Singhada Sheera

I have purchased Singhada flour assuming it is Jowar flour . After bringing home I checked and found I was wrong. While searching online what to do with this flour I found this Tarladalal recipe

I have just followed the recipe and made few changes.

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Ingredients for Singhada Sheera

Singhada Flour 1 cup
Sugar 1/2 cup ( use 3/4 cup if like sweet)
Nuts (I have used Cashews and Badam)
Ghee 3-4 tbsp
Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp
Water 2 Cups
Salt a pinch

Making of Singhada Sheera:

Take a pan and add ghee. When ghee is melted , roast chopped nuts till they are golden brown and remove nuts into a bowl.

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Into the same pan add Singhada flour. Roast flour in ghee on very low flame for couple of minutes. You can smell nice aroma . I loved it 🙂

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In another bowl start boiling 2 cups of water.

After flour turned into darker color. Add water slowly into the flour. I used whisk to avoid lumps pf flour. Stir until water is absorbed by the flour.

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Now add sugar into it and mix it until it is melted . Don’t stir for long time. As soon as it dissolves switch of the flame. ( I stirred for little longer time and my sheera became semi hard after it is cooled a bit)

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Stir in cardamom powder and fried nuts. Singhada Sheera is ready.

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My baby boy also like it. This recipe is a keeper for me.

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Singhada Sheera

Making of Singhada Sheera
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Servings 4
Author Sravanthi

Ingredients

  • Singhada Flour 1 cup
  • Sugar 1/2 cup ( use 3/4 cup if like sweet)
  • Nuts (I have used Cashews and Badam)
  • Ghee 3-4 tbsp
  • Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp
  • Water 2 Cups
  • Salt a pinch

Instructions

  1. :
  2. Take a pan and add ghee. When ghee is melted , roast chopped nuts till they are golden brown and remove nuts into a bowl.
  3. Into the same pan add Singhada flour. Roast flour in ghee on very low flame for couple of minutes. You can smell nice aroma . I loved it 🙂
  4. In another bowl start boiling 2 cups of water.
  5. After flour turned into darker color. Add water slowly into the flour. I used whisk to avoid lumps pf flour. Stir until water is absorbed by the flour.
  6. Now add sugar into it and mix it until it is melted . Don't stir for long time. As soon as it dissolves switch of the flame. ( I stirred for little longer time and my sheera became semi hard after it is cooled a bit)
  7. Stir in cardamom powder and fried nuts. Singhada Sheera is ready.
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