Wheat Rava Kesari is a delicious and delightful dish with goodness of wheat. Wheat Rava Kesari is almost similar to Rava Kesari, the only difference being in the grainy texture of added broken wheat. The added broken wheat multiplies the nutrition and filling of the dish. The delicious dish is apt for festivals and special occasions. There is a bit variation of taste while adding broken wheat. But still the dish is yummy and delicious. The dish is comforting to your belly and the dessert can be treated as a healthy delight. This is one of the most easiest of dishes that can be easily prepared at home. Even newcomers and bachelors can lend a hand at the dish. The most important thing to keep in mind whie preparing kesari dishes is that the measurement of quantities should be accurate otherwise the sweet dish will be spoiled. Kids love the yummy sweet and they will keep asking for more. You can explore a well detailed recipe here.
For preparing the tasty dish, dry fry the wheat rava in a pan. Fry to a golden brown color. Stir fry in very low flame otherwise broken wheat will get burned.
Boil the required quantity of water in a bowl or pan. Be very specific while adding water. The measurement should be correct.
Add colour powder and wheat rava mixing well. Stir well while adding to avoid lumps. Lumps will destroy the sweet dish.
Allow the wheat rava to cook for 15 minutes in medium flame until the wheat rava gets cooked properly. Wheat rava should become smooth and soft.
In another pan, heat the ghee and fry the cashews.
Transfer the fried cashews into the kesari dish and add cardamom powder. Mix well.
Now add sugar and mix well and allow to cook until the wheat rava becomes in kesari consistency. Keep stirring in low flame so that kesari will not stick to bottom of pan. You can see the ghee breaking forth as bubbles on the top surface.
Now the delicious sweet dish is ready. Garnish with cashews.
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