Fruit and nut kesari- easy sweet recipes

Fruit  and nut  kesari- easy sweet recipes
I am bored of baking cakes? No..thats not the truth. The baking bug has bitten me. I would want to make cakes and cookies everyday. My blog seemed like some baking blog one day(I would't mind that). Not only that , my family also got bored of eating cakes frequently. And I too needed a change.I decided to stop baking for sometime and try making other sweets and desserts. I have bookmarked so many of them. So when it was my birthday last month, I made this fruit kesari and for my hubby's birthday last week, I made carrot halwa. But could not take a photograph, so will be posting the next time I make it . This kesari was definitely good, a small change from the regular , plain one.
Fruit and nut kesari- easy sweet recipesI am bored of baking cakes? No..thats not the truth. The baking bug has bitten me. I would want to make cakes and cookies everyday. My blog seemed like some baking blog one day(I would't mind that). Not only that , my family also got bored of eating cakes frequently. And I too needed a change.I deci...

Summary

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  • Coursedessert
  • Cuisineindian
  • Cooking Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Preparation Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Total Time30 minutesPT0H30M

Ingredients

Rava/sooji/semolina
1 cup
Granulated sugar
3/4 cup
Apple- small, peeled and cut into fine pieces.
1
Cranberries
a few
Almonds
5
Cashews
5
Raisins
5
Milk
1 cup
Yellow edible food colour- dissolved in the milk
a pinch
Ghee
1tbspn

Steps

  1. Heat the ghee in a pan. Add all the fruits/dry fruits and saute for few minutes. Then add the rava and keep stirring till it just begins to get slightly golden in colour and gives out a nice aroma. Then mix sugar in it and stir for sometimes. Add the milk (with dissolved edible colour). Add a cup of water if needed and stir till it becomes thick. Serve hot.