My new hobby is not an outcome of my interest, but a result of my predictions of my own life. The time has come for me to learn some cooking in order to secure my kitchen hunger. So I started with something that was very essential, like Sabjji! After successfully adding two Sabjjis to my Menu, I then shifted my attention to Desserts. Don’t expect any puddings or pies, I am a great fan of Indian sweets and have been following my vow of eating at least one sweet dish every day since my childhood.
My relationship with sweets is more strong than any other and I am proud of it. As my family members and close friends are aware of it, they use it regularly to get their work done by preparing yummy dishes. I have no problem with that, the deal is always a lucrative one for me. 😛
Coming back to the point, well I never made any point, but still. One more point before I make the main point is when i realized that it is pointless to learn Sabjjis when you don’t really like it. So why not learn something that you can prepare and eat daily for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner. The answer was simple. It was ‘Sheera’ or Halwa, Kesari Baath, Sanja etc. I will call it Sheera.
I am a big fan of ‘Satyanarayan’ waala Sheera. It is the best and tastes the same everywhere. So this attempt is to enjoy the same taste today.
The recipe is written in a very unprofessional language, as I don’t know proper words for few things (and I am not interested in finding out as long as I make the Sheera properly)
1. Take 3 spoons of Cow’s ghee in a container. Gas on kar do.
2. Put 1 bowl ‘Rawa’ into that. Thoda hilaao. Keep it for a while, till the color becomes slight pink
3. Put 1 cup milk and 1 banana into it. (Banana is not mandatory but recommended)
4. After 5mins, put 1 bowl of sugar. Stir.
5. Put Cashewnuts, Almonds, and other dry fruits to enhance the taste.