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Try This Yummy Beetroot Semolina Kesari If You Want An Unusual Dessert

Posted: October 5, 2017

Make this beetroot semolina kesari as an evening snack. Or make it as a different dessert on a festive day, or just like that, to tickle your sweet tooth. 

This beetroot semolina kesari is a healthy and delicious dessert. It is not only a treat for your tongue, but also a visual treat for your eyes.

Beetroot Semolina Kesari recipe


Semolina   –  1 cup

Water – 2 cups

Sugar –  1 cup (or as required)

Ghee – ¾ cup

Beetroot juice –3/4 cup


In a pan pour some ghee. When it is hot add semolina and roast and  keep it aside.

Boil the water and add roasted semolina to it slowly without forming lumps. Keep on stirring, till it is cooked.

Add sugar and little more ghee. Stir it till the sugar is completely dissolved.

Now add the beet juice. Stir till the juice is completely incorporated in the mixture and water content has evaporated.

Add the remaining ghee and stir.

Remove from the flame and let it cool.

Decorate with cashew nuts & raisins.


Your delicious and colourful  beetroot semolina kesari  is ready.

Images source: Lisha NR

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