Monday, 27 June 2016

Rava Kesari - A hit recipe


It was a big experience... For me πŸ˜›. Yes making Rava Kesari the first time😊.  Rava Kesari is considered as one of the easiest dessert at Indian homes but to me it was a challenge. If you don't cook properly you might end up with raw rawa... Or with the wrong consistency. It might be too runny or get too hard. It has a huge risk of forming lumps or getting burnt... which is definitely not good. Phew.... 😰. I'm just wondering... Is it one of the easiest dessert??? πŸ˜…

I had relatives from Singapore last week to Chennai. And their daughter's favorite dessert was Payasam and Kesari. She had a couple of chances to have payasam in hotels we dined at. So I thought will make Kesari at home for her😊. I googled Rava Kesari and directly clicked Rakskitchen link, one of my go-to blog for many recipes. I blindfoldedly followed the measurements and steps as it is and guess what??? I ended up with yummy rava Kesari πŸ‘Œ(sorryπŸ˜”πŸ˜“... No photo).

Everyone liked it. And yes... My best critic, my Mom, loved it a lot. She was full of praises (which is very rare πŸ˜‰) for the recipe, the consistency, the taste, the flavor and so onπŸ˜€...

Thanks a lot Rajeswari (Rakskitchen) πŸ™‡... For the perfect  Rava Kesari Recipe. A new (traditional) recipe learntπŸ˜‡.

2nd September 2016...
Picture updated... Made the delicious Rava Kesari, again, for my birthday yesterday 😝. Definitely it's a fool-proof recipe. Tastes yummy everytime (though I made it only twice πŸ˜†).