Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Rose flavoured sooji halwa



Hello friends!  How is everyone today? I have two queries and I would appreciate your feedback on that. 1)  Is my way of writing appealing,engaging,boring,dull or exciting or anyother?

2) Are my fonts here correct or do I need to change them?
Would love to know what my readers really think and I tend to write as I am speaking to the readers face to face. Humor is much needed that's why I add a dose of humor in my posts.  Do let me know what you think either in comments below or mail me using contact form above.


Now coming to the recipe. It is said necessity is the mother of invention and we mothers make new invention in our kitchen all the time. This recipe was the result of some brainstorming and to make something new. Well, for me it was a new dish though.
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Ingredients:

1 cup sooji/semolina
2 tbsp ghee
water as needed
1-2 tbsp rose syrup
sugar as needed
dry fruits for garnish

Method:

Its the same as we make rava kesari or normal sooji halwa except change the flavour. Heat ghee and roast sooji for few mins. Boil water on side.  Once sooji is roasted add water and rose syrup and mix well. Heat till sooji and water is mixed and sooji is cooked.  Halwa would look pink at this stage. Add sugar as needed as rose syrup itself is sweet so be careful with sugar. Mix and remove on plate.Garnish with dry fruits of your choice. Serve hot.
I got lovely pink color to the halwa. What do you think of this?  Over to you for your lovely comments.

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46 comments:

  1. I think times new roman font will be better. By the way Sooji halwa looks delicious.

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    1. hi swathi, hmm thanks i kept thinking my fonts appear small, thanks for feed back

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  2. wow yummy halwa dear... tempting me...

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  3. Hi meena.... font style is fn.... sooji halwa with rose flavor sounds grt....

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    1. thank you ok font is fine cool
      and rose flavour halwa was yummy

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  4. Rose flavour sooji halwa looks delicious..

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  5. Hi Meena Rose suji halwa looks yummy in the pic plus its simple just with addition of rose syrup!

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    1. yup gauri try it but be careful with sugar

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  6. Wow.. yummy yummy.. Nice treat for my bday aunty!!!!
    Thank you very much!!!

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  7. The font size could be a bit bigger dear... Coming to the halwa, it looks so yum. Nice flavoring

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    1. thanks vimitha for ur feedback
      ok next post i wud try to adjust my fonts

      halwa is yum na
      i loved making it

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  8. I liked ur blog page settings n the way u have organised the gadgets.

    Halwa looks tempting thanks for linking to my event meens

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    1. thanks siri
      ya i kept all unwanted gadgets either on side or on footer
      thts why i liked this template so middle part stauys clear of anything else

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  9. Meenu am fine with your writing, your humor touch, your font style and everything else..No worries :) As always a nice recipe here..Loved the rose flavored halwa..Must have smelled and tasted great :)
    Soya Chunks Curry / Meal Maker Curry

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    1. haha thanks divy
      ya do try rose flavoured halwa
      quick easy

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  10. I have given you the Sunshine Award. Check the details here: http://thoushaltcook.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/sunshine-award/

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    1. oh thank u pallavi
      heading to check

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  11. Hey,

    Suji halwa must have been too good with the fragrance of the rose syrup.

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    1. hi latha thanks ya flavour and essence of rose syrup just enhanced in the halwa

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  12. Lovely Halwa Aunty... Rose syrup is my favorite and I love to try new dishes with it..

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    1. cool yes flavour changed do try it

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    2. I have made Rose cashew halwa, rose kheer, rose peda Qunty.. It came out really well

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  13. Your writing, your front, your blog and moreover you..I love all dear. Don't worry pls.

    Rose flavoured sooji halwa tempts me a lot dear. Anyway parcel me now...

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    1. thanks sano sure u parcel me ur mocktail i parcel u this one

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  14. Arial is a neat font to read and you are good in detailing recipes :) and i dont find you boring trust me... love this sooji sweet with rose syrup must be great

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    1. haa i did use arial default font but i thought with white backgroud the font seemed dull
      thanks for feedback
      and thanks for not finding me boring
      hmm ya try sooji sweet ths way

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  15. you can increase the size of your font dear.. it would look too good.. and i am using arial font for my recipes.. you can try that..

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  16. wahh meena....its absolutely yummy n flavorful
    Tasty Appetite

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  17. Your page looks fine Meena, at least to me (another amateur blogger), only one thing I would like to say, better pictures, I can't really see the beautiful pink color, but the sooji halwa with the rose syrup is a superb idea..

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  18. Hi Meena... Halwa looks gr8. About your blog everything will be fine if you change the template. Bright color template looks good.

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  19. Halva looks delicious.....Please collect your award from my space meena...

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  20. pictures are very beautiful.n dish looks simply superb...I know this tastes awesum...
    BTW If gets sumtime plz visit my space n check out my new FB page dear..Thankx in advance.....
    Maha

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  21. Nice looking halva.

    I definitely think you change the font. It is too small. Also, your sidebars take a lot of space leaving very little for the main middle column. You may wanna change that too :)

    Christmas Cook Off Contest!

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  22. Congrats aunty!!! Please grab your award aunty!!!

    http://yashodhaskitchen.blogspot.com/2012/12/liebster-sunshine-awards.html

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  23. Hi Meena,
    Very innovative dish...as you said, we should always keep trying something new.
    Meena, I feel you should increase the font size to make it readable easily... In the main recipe part the font is very small.

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  24. thanks all for ur lovely feed back

    would try to implement from my next post onwards.

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