Sunday, January 13, 2013

Rangoon Puttu/Semolina Fudge using Jaggery

Wishing All My Readers a Very Happy and a Prosperous Harvest Festival!!!! 
Ragoon Puttu is same as Rava/Sooji/Semolina Kesari, except for its made using Jaggery. I saw this recipe in a TV Program , have tried it twice. A Very Easy, Tasty and a Healthy Recipe.
Ingredients
1/4 Cup Sooji/Semolina/Rava
1/4 Cup Powdered Jaggery
1/2 Cup Milk
1/4 Cup Water
2 tbsp Cashewnuts
2-3 Cardamom Pods, Crushed
1 tbsp Raisins
2 tbsp Ghee/Clarified Butter
Method
  • Dissolve Jaggery in Water, Strain impurities and Keep it aside.
  • In a Non-Stick pan, add a tsp of Ghee, Add cashewnuts and raisin, roast them, then add the Sooji/Semolina/Rava and roast it until golden brown. Take it off the Stove. 
  • Keep the flame Low and roast. Even though you are using roasted rawa/Sooji/Semolina, i would recommend roasting it again.
  • Heat Milk in the Same pan,When it starts boiling add the roasted nuts, Crushed Cardamom Pods and Sooji/Semolina. Do not reduce the flame while adding Sooji/Semolina. The Sooji/Semolina will not form any lumps. It will form lumps only when you reduce the flame and add Sooji.
  • Reduce the Flame after, and allow it cook for 5-10 minutes. Stir frequently. By this time, Sooji/Semolina would have cooked. Now Add the strained jaggery water. Allow the liquid to be absorbed. 
  • Add Ghee little by litte and Stir. When the Mixture comes together without sticking to the pan. Take it off the Stove.Serve Warm.
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Notes

  1. The Ratio of Rava/Sooji/Semolina to the Cooking Liquid is 1:3. For 1 Cup Sooji it is 3 Cups of Cooking liquid. 
  2. If using 1 Cup Sooji, then it is 2 Cups of Milk and 1 Cup of Jaggery Water. Use the Same Cup for all the Measurements.

11 comments:

  1. The name looks special :) A different sweet for pongal this year? happy pongal priya!

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  2. happy sankranti Priya! puttu looks perfect.

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  3. though i have no clue why the name has some foreign adage, the puttu sounds a versatile variation to our regular kesari. Bookmarking this for another festival neivedhyam.

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  4. Happy Sankranti !
    Thanks for linking into my blog event.

    http://easycooknbake.blogspot.com/2012/12/event-announcement-hot-beverages-and.html

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  5. The name itself is truly very attractive, rangoon puttu looks fabulous.

    Happy pongal wishes to you.

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  6. Very innovative recipe for me. Will try soon.

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  7. Wow delicious.Happy Pongal to you.

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  8. new dish to me :-) looks delish, Priya !

    would appreciate if you add the event link too - thanks :-)

    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Winter Foods : 30 min Challenge

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

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