Sheera/halwa or kesari is made throughout in all the states of India with slight variations. I have posted a couple of varieties of kesari or sheera in this blog too. This recipe also is not much different from the other varieties I have posted before, but just has a small amount of besan or chick pea flour in it. So there is slight change in the taste, a hint of the besan flour added. It tastes wonderful. My friend made this for a religious good together one day and I loved the taste of it. I have seen my north Indian friends roast the rava till it almost turns to a light brown colour unlike South where we just roast till we get a nice aroma and a slight change in colour. You can try roasting for a long time sometimes for a different taste which I have always loved for a change. The final texture is also a little different.
Hi!!I am the person behind this blog. This blog is primarily a collection of recipes I learnt to make in the past few years with the help of my family,friends and blogging world.I have a few recipes of my own too!! Its basically a collection of vegetarian recipes which are healthy and delicious. I am also exploring into using newer and healthy ingredients I come across in my daily life. I hope you enjoy browsing and do come back again!!