Thursday, September 27, 2007

Rajgara Seero with salt taste or Farali Seero

This is my contribution for Celebrations for Ganesha Chaturthi – Event. This event announced by Latha Narasimhan….the basic purpose of this event is…. festivals are not really so much for feasting and indulgence but more for socializing and devoting time to celebrate our culture. And how can there not be an online community celebration of the birthday of a God who has such a powerful and universal appeal? Ganesha - the elephant headed god with all his various forms and distinctive iconography will surely be delighted.
This is the first time, I combined sweet with salt andit turned out very nice. If you will try this thenYou will always sayThat sweet and salt taste together feels like heaven.I get this idea from one of my favorite biscuit"Little Hearts".


Ingredients:
1-cup Rajgara flour
1-cup sugar
1\2-cup ghee
One small piece dry coconut
3-cub cheese

1\2-cup mava
Dryfruits (Cashew nuts and rasins)

Rajgara flour is easily available in Indian grocery store.


Method: Step 1: Grate dry coconut, cottage cheese and Mava(in hindi it is Khoya,in english it is calledcondensed milk) Step 2: Heat the 2-cup water in another vessel and keep aside.
Step 3: Heat the ghee in heavy bottomed pan. Add the rajagara flour.


Step 4: Cook over low flame and stir continuously.

Step 5: Cook till flour color turns into golden brown. Approximately 10-15 minutes.

Step 6: In low flame add grated cheese in it and mix well.


Step 6: Turn off the flame and add grated mava in it. While mixing , if ghee appears on top of the flourthen consider that flour is roasted nicely.



Step 7: After that add hot water in low flame.

Step 8: Add the sugar in above mixture.

Step 9: Let it simmer for another 10-15 minutes. Also add clean and washed rasins in it.

Step 10: When all the water is absorbed remove from the heat.

Step 11: Place it in another bowl and add half of the grated coconut in it.

Step 12: Decorate with cashew nuts and another half of the grated coconut.
Serve hot……

36 comments:

musical said...

Yummy yummy! Seero looks so delicious!

Roopa said...

thats very interesting dish i never heard of it that too with cheese in it :)looks great

sangeeta said...

hi kajal..

very recently i have been visitin ur site,,,,and i must its really beautiful and the recipes are so tempting and the new recipe rajgara seero looks yummy....can u tell me where can i get the flour it or what is the other name of the flour....i tried ur tuvar dal this mornin it was very nice goin to try ur farsi puri tomoroow...can u tell me with measurement of farsi puri how many can we make?
i must thank you for ur efforts all these recipes are so helpful

Padma said...

Looks yummy, but wondering the amount of calories that are loaded in!!

TBC said...

I've never heard of Rajgara flour...or maybe I know it by a different name?
How do you manage to take so many pics while cooking? Do you do it on your own?

Kajal said...

Hello Musical,

Thanks a lot!!!!!!!
Good day.:)

Laavanya said...

I love little hearts too.. but what is Rajgara flour? What a unique combination of ingredients.

Kajal said...

Hey Roopa,

Yes, I was tried first time with cheese but I like it so I post here. Thanks for your lovely words :-)

Kajal said...

Hi Sangeeta,

First of all thanks for your nice words. About Rajagara flour you online bye from this below two sites....just check it.

http://www.mahabazaar.com/singleitem_form.cfm?type=5&catid=1&id=I86

http://www.indiansupermarket.co.nz/productrange.html

In my 250gm flour I made one big jar of Farsi Puri and quantity of the puri pieces is near about 50-60. Wait for your post also my dear. I just check your blog but you not post any single item.

Asha said...

Beautiful post Kajal!:))
Seero is unique, looks delicious!:))

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Excellent presentation Kajal....It was interesting to go thru the Ganesha's pic...Learnt a lot of interesting things :-)

Pooja said...

this looks Yummy... !
reminding me of those fast day, i used to do on ramnavami , Janmasthami and shivaratri :) .
the fast was like a great feast instead by having this kind of rich dishes on plate :)).
thanks for posting ,this will be helpful to me anytime i wish to
make.
-Pooja

Latha Narasimhan said...

Thanks a ton for this wonderful entry Kajal! I knew you will come up with something great for the event!:)) I am a great fan of yours! I just love talented and artistic poeple!:)
Sorry for the delayed reply as I was on a short tour!
I am making your rasmalai this sunday! Will mail you how it turned out!:))

Sharmi said...

very delicious post. Kajal you are such an amazing cook. your mom must be so proud of you!!

Pari said...

Hi Kajal
I am new to blogging and actully the inspration is through you as after visiting your blog for couple of times i thought of posting my recipes too and to help all the wonderful cooks If you get time pls visit my blog its parisrecipekhazana and let me know what you feel.And yes the seero looks yummy.

Kajal said...

Hi Padma,
YAaaaaaaaa....this is loaded with calories my dear..........but sometime we love it........My mom is always worried about my health. She say that some sweet always take in your launch box!!!!!!!!!

Kajal said...

Hello TBC,

If you know another name of the Rajgara flour than plz says me also. Yes I capture all pictures with my hand and also need more time when I capture picture with cooking.:))

Kajal said...

Hi Laavanya,

This is new combination with cheese. I like the taste of sweet with salt so I was tried it. I am really very sorry your recipe for “Patara” is ready my dear but the dead line of event is very near so not post your recipe. But I am sure next post is only for you.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Asha,

Master Queen of cooking thanks for your pretty words. Good day.:))

Kajal said...

Hi Sirisha Kilambi,

I find this picture from another site my dear but I also like it very much so post here. Thanks for your nice words.:)))))

Kajal said...

Hi Pooja,

First of all I say this is very beautiful picture of your hand with mehandi. I like it very much. Ok you make it in Ramnavami or Shivaratri my dear........Good day and Take care.:)))

Kajal said...

Hi Latha Narasimhan,

Don’t say sorry my dear some time we not get time to reply all people within sort period. My mom was not feeling good than I also not get time to reply all. Some time we are busy in other work also. Thanks for your wonderful words and take it easy if you not get time to mail.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Sharmi,
My mom always says me in my hand Magic.
Thanks for your lovely words.
Good day and Take Care :-)))

Kajal said...

Hello Pari,

I am glad to see your beautiful comment here. I am definitely got time for you and every body who always give me inspiration. When I start the blog I also feel like you my dear. My sister and Asha always give me inspiration for blog. Thanks for your Wonderful words my dear.:))))

sangeetaskitchen said...

hi kajal,,,

thanks for replying, u can check my site i have posted 1 recipe have jus created blog....let me know ur comments....will be making ur farsi puris and will post photos plz do chk them

Kajal said...

Hi Sangeeta,

Thanks for your pleasant reply. I will check your blog my dear. Without visiting your blog I know you made puri very well but let’s check it......

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Thankyou for visiting my blog and thanx for your precious comments:))
I am feeling happy and proud hearing from you.Infact you people inspired to create a blog(dream);))
Thankyou again and keep do visiting our blogs!!!

Kajal said...

Hello Raks Kitchen,

Thanks for your lovely comment. I am surely to visit your blog. Have a nice Day.:)))

Vcuisine said...

As usual unique recipe from you Kajal. Never heard about this. Viji

Kajal said...

Hello Viji,

Thanks for your wonderful comments. Have a nice day.....:)

Mansi Desai said...

rajagraano sheero!! oh man, it takes so much ghee, but its totally worth it!! i usually don't wait for festivals to make this one:) mast sheero chhe yaar...

Kajal said...

Hey Mansi Desai,

Ha.....this is healthy dish with lots of ghee.....but we first exercise and after eat this dish....ha ha ha!!!!!

Foodie said...

Kajal wonderful recipes as usual. I am kind of curious to know what kind of cheese you have put in the Rajgira sheera. Is it the Amul cube cheese or something else. Could you please let me know. Email me so I can see it.
I would love to make this for my kids as they would love anything with cheese in it. Loved your patra recipe too and the choli shaak too.

TS said...

This is so good...! Kajal. Wonderful pictures too.

trupti
The Spice Who Loved Me

Shailee said...

this recipe was godsend! i was suprised to even find it online!Needless to say ..it turned out great!Just like my granny makes it at home.
Thank you...

Anonymous said...

thank you kajal