Sunday, 17 February 2013

Hareera

Hareera is a sweet soup or drink made from sooji / semolina usually served with parathas or bun enjoyed in almost every hyderabadi home especially during winter season.
This delicious soup is a liquified form of the sooji halwa garnished with dry fruits and is good to keep you warm during winter days.







Ingredients :

  1. Sooji / semolina - 1 cup
  2. Sugar - 2 cups
  3. Ghee - 1 tbsp
  4. Cardamom -  2
  5. Water - 4 cups
  6. Chopped Almonds and Pistachios - 1 cup
 

Method : 

  1. Heat ghee and add the cardamoms .
  2. Then add  sooji / semolina and fry till it slightly changes its colour. Do not burn it.
  3. Then add water and cook on medium heat for about 2-3 minutes till semolina is properly cooked, keep stirring.
  4. Now add sugar and mix well.
  5. Cook for another minute or two, the consistency in the end should be runny but thick. 
  6. Garnish with nuts of your choice. 
  7. And serve warm.
  8. It can be served with  parathas, buns, bread or can be enjoyed plain.







                       Enjoy and Good luck :)

 

Luv,

 







Linking with :
Vardhini's Sweet Luv - 2013
Winter Food - 30 Min Challenge @ - Sizzling Tastebuds  
  

23 comments:

Kitchen Queen said...

something new for sweeth tooth.

divya said...

superb, looks yum

nisha s said...

Looks new to me...will be trying this soon:-)

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Very interesting..looks so yumm.

Julie said...

unique & tempting color,yummy!!

Arthy Suman said...

I hv tried this my uncle used to buy this for us its called sweet sooji poridge....yummm love the flavor it has been many years since i hv had this.....

Love to Experiment said...

This is new to me. But looks interesting,

Asiya Omar said...

Looks delicious..

Rafeeda A. Raheem said...

looks really yummy... we also make something similar but in a more liquid format... BTW, I like that image on the side regarding the cupcakes!!! :)

Priya said...

Quite a new dish for me, inviting and droolworthy.

Nupur said...

Ohh I had it at my cousin's home last year and simply loved it. Forgot the name though, found it here.. Thanks for sharing !

So glad to be your new follower here .. See you around :)

Maha Gadde said...

very innovative recipe dear..

Latha Madhusudhan said...

Never heard nor had. Looks delish though.

Beena.stephy said...

New to me . Looks yummy. first time your blog am following u . glad if u will follow me back.
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Priya said...

This sounds so delish! Would love to try it some time :)

Savitha Ganesan said...

Its just like phirni..love the textur.

♥LOVE2COOK MALAYSIA♥ said...

Very new to me...so appetizing!

Amelia said...

Hi Kausers, something new to me, have not seen or eaten this. But it look delicious. Yum Yum!

Best regards.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

New to me...Looks yum..

FOODILICIOUS said...

Looks delish!!should try it!.first time on ur blog..its a lovly one

Amy said...

interesting recipe,new to me but sounds yum...
thanks a lot for sharing with my event...

Princy Vinoth said...

Really interesting very new and u have a lovely collection of hyderabadi recipes.glad to have found u.

Vardhini said...

New dish and looks inviting. Thx for linking.

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