Kesari is a sweet prepared with Semolina/Rava/Sooji. It is commonly prepared all over India. It’s one of my hubby’s favourite dish, I prepare this very frequently. This is a must in all South Indian marriage breakfast menu, may be the ingredient would di
Note: If you feel the food colouring as unhealthy, you could use saffron. Soak saffron in hot water and pour them into the boiling water, before adding rava. When you have roasted rava/semolina, you no need to roast the rava/semolina.