Time required: 40 mts
Serves: 12 persons approx. (1 scoop each)
Chiroti Rava 1 cup (chiroti rava/semolina/fine sooji)
Sugar 1 cup
Ghee 1 ¼ cup
Milk 2 cups
Banana 1 ¼ cup (riped ones, fine chopped to pieces)
Method of preparation
Roast rava in a pan on low flame using the whole quantity of ghee mentioned above till you get a very nice aroma. Make sure it doesn’t turn brown. Switch off the flame. Then keep the pan aside. Mix this well with thoroughly boiled milk. Make sure there are no lumps. Now keep this mix for boiling.
Note: Milk can be boiled in advance and mixed later with roasted rava.
Add sugar, start stirring at intervals and let it continue to boil for 10 to 15 min. Now add fine chopped ripe banana pieces, mix well and stir for 2 to 3 min. more. Switch off the flame.
Sajjige Prasadam is now ready.
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Recipe Contributor Smt. Yashodamma, a regular cook for preparing Prasadam recipes as offering in a temple at Malleswaram, Bangalore has this to say:
“Top up ingredients like raisins, cashewnuts, saffron and elaichi generally used for sajjige are not used when I prepare as Prasadam for offering to God”
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