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A sweet dish with semolina
Published On: 23 Mar 2011
telugu: Bombai Rawa
kannada: Sajeegai / Ravae
hindi: Sooji / Ravo
Gujarati: Sooji / Ravo
Konkani: Lellav / Rovo / Soji / Rulaun
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English: All Purpose Flour
tamil: Maida Maavu
malayalam: Maida Mavu
telugu: Maida Pindi
kannada: Maida Hittu
malayalam: Nalikeram / Thenga
telugu: Kobbari Kaaya
Gujarati: Naliyer / Nariyal
Punjabi: Gola / Nariyal
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
For preparing sweet semolina fried balls in sugar syrup, first roast the grated coconut till the aroma starts coming.
Slowly add condensed milk and stir till it reaches a slightly thick form.
Allow it to cool. Add the cardamom and nutmeg powder. Keep this aside.
Meanwhile, boil water and add sugar to make a syrup. Make it a thread like consistency.
Make a batter of rava, maida, a pinch of salt and baking soda. The batter should be thick.
Make balls out of the coconut mixture and dip the coconut balls in the batter and deep fry it in ghee.
When the balls become golden brown in color, dip it in sugar syrup. Allow it to absorb the syrup for at least 2 hours.
Sweet semolina fried balls in sugar syrup is ready.
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