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Recipe for Kesari Bath

Recipe for Kesari Bath

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Kesari Bath or Semolina Pudding is a dessert item that can be made in a jiffy. As the name suggests Kesari in Hindi means Orange so this Orange coloured dish got its name from its looks. The main ingredient here is the fine Semolina which adds upto a filling dessert!



Preparation Time:

10 mins

Cooking Time:

15 mins


Fine Semolina - 1 Cup
  Sugar - 1 Cup
  Few Cashews
  Few Raisins
  Cardamom Powder - ¼ tsp
  Saffron strands - 2
  Warm Milk - 1 tbsp
  Ghee - 4 tbsp
  Water - 2½ Cups


• First in a small bowl, soak the Saffron strands in warm Milk and keep it aside.

• Roast the Cashews and Raisins in Ghee and keep it aside.

• Heat Ghee in a pan, roast the Semolina for 5-7 mins or until it gives out a nice aroma.

• Meanwhile put Water in another pan, add Sugar to this and bring it to boil.

• Next add this boiling Water to the Semolina little at a time and mix well.

• Add the Cardamom Powder and mix well. Cover and simmer until the Ghee separates.

• Take off from heat, garnish with Cashews and Raisins


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