Fruit Kesari

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Preparation time
10 mnts mins
Cooking time
25 mnts mins
Difficulty
easy
Serves
3 people
Meal course
Snack
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1 cup
Rava (Semolina / Sooji / Ravai)
1 cup
Pineapple slices chopped
1 cup
Sugar (can increase or decrease depending on your taste).
6 Nos
Cashew nut
2 Nos
Cardamon (crushed)
1 1/2 cup
Water
2 tea spoon
Ghee (for toasting)
1 Tables spoon
Ghee (for drizzling)
1 tea spoon
Pineapple essence
8 Nos
Dry fruits (for garnishing) – optional
Fruit Kesari

This delicious sweet is prepared during special occasions especially on festival eve and wedding ceremonies. It is usually prepared with indian cherries and tutty fruity. Here i tried with pineapple.

  1. 1. Dry roast rava/sooji in a pan until it changes to light golden color or until it releases nice aroma. 2. Add 2 tsp of ghee to the pan and roast the cashews. Keep it separate. 3. Now, roast finely-chopped pineapple pieces in the left over ghee for 5 mins. 4. Switch-off the stove and add sugar to the roasted pineapple pieces. Coarsely smash the pineapple pieces using spatula. 5. In another pan, add water. Once it starts boiling, add the pineapple sugar mixture and roasted rava/sooji. Keep stirring it continuously. 6. Sprinkle ghee little by little at this stage. Then add the roasted cashews and crushedcardamom along with pineapple essence 7. Switch the stove off once the kesari starts leaving the sides of the pan. 8. Garnish with dry fruits. This is optional.
  2. This fruit kesari tastes good when served hot.

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