Suji Ka Halwa
Suji Ka Halwa
Things You Need
4 sticks of unsalted butter. 2 cups of unsalted butter or desi ghee
3 cups of Suji, Cream of wheat or Farina
6 cups of water
6 cups of sugar
10 cardamon seeds
20 Sliced Almonds
How to Make it
Making donuts on a snow-day is one of the favorite things to do when my own kids were growing. Credit goes to one of the Hybla Valley teacher Miss Hunter, she gave me a donut recipe that requires lots of frying and sugary stuff. years passed, I lost that recipe as well as the taste of deep frying and loads of sugar. But the tradition remains once a while. Suddenly this tradition pop up this year during my stay with Z set of grandkids on this snowy day. the best part was that Sumi is old enough tp plan. I was so excited that forgot to take pics of first few steps of mixing and battering. i have tried my best to include all the necessary steps.Enjoy as much as i enjoyed them with my Z and B set of grandkids. Yes B's too i guess they smelled them 10 miles away.
Things you Need
Cheesy Biscuit Swirls
This morning I had a meeting with a few community members and whipped up some buttermilk biscuits. Follow any buttermilk biscuit recipe of your choice, or even the store bought ones. Form them into a circular shape and cut half. Then, arrange them in a pan with the straight edge of one biscuit again the curved edge of another. Sprinkle with shredded cheddar cheese and butter. Follow the baking instructions of your biscuit recipe, and when you take them out of the over drizzle some more melted butter on top.
Shakshuka is one of my all time favorites, if you love eggs, you'll love this dish! It is of Arab origin and is basically poached eggs mixed into a tomato sauce. I call it Snowy Shakshuka because I made it on a snow day :)