Besan Ka Seera
If there is one food which is the food that I associate to mum’s warm cooking in Delhi Chilly winters, a dish that would have had sitting in a cosy rajai in the night and than slowly drifting to sleep after reading a book its besan ka seera. And according to my mum its very healing for cold (and indeed it is, mum’s are always right aren’t they?) and I remember how as kids we would get happy for a cold because that would mean getting besan ka seera… sigh and now when I am writing this post I am craving for it yet again. I think post finishing this post I will go and make some for myself.
- Heat ghee in a pan and add the besan to it. Roast till it changes color and leaves a nice aroma.
- Add cardamom powder to it and add cold milk constantly stirring it so that no lumps are formed.
- Add sugar and boil for 4-5 minutes and eat it really hot.
I love it hope you do too