Diwali Sweets, Independence Day Recipes, Sweets


Independence Day is celebrated as a mark of freedom of our country from the British Rule. It is a National Holiday for all and it is celebrated throught the country with the usual pomp and gaiety. When we think of our country the tri colour instantly comes to all our minds. Keeping that in mind , I as a food blogger made a small attempt and gave the usual Sooji Cake to a Tri colour Sooji Cake. This can be easily made with the ingredients available at home and it was a pleasure to make this with three different colours . I had to pack a box of these to each of my husband’s and daughters’s friends office and college respectively.

Coming to the Sweet it is made with just four ingredients and can be made in a jiffy. The only thing to be borne in mind while making this is to give a constant stir and you will make it no time. Regarding the pan in which I have made this, I can speak a lot about the wonderful Premium Selec+ range from Nirlep which I have used here. The handles were sturdy to hold and the mixture was easy to stir in it as well. The most important part, the cleaning was so easy. I will be making so many healthy dishes with this and share with you all. As far as this sweet goes it is apt for the festive occasion. Wishing all my readers a Very Happy Inependence Day.


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Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 20 min
Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 20 min
  1. In the pan add semolina.
  2. Add ghee.
  3. Add milk.
  4. Add sugar.
  5. Mix well and cook.
  6. The mixture boils.
  7. Slowly it will thicken.
  8. Add green food colour now.
  9. Mix well.
  10. Once it leaves the sides switch off the flame.
  11. Keep a greased palte with ghee ready.
  12. Pour the green mixture.
  13. Wipe the pan and add in it add the second batch of semolina, ghee, mik and sugar.
  14. Mix well and cook.
  15. It will bubble away.
  16. Once it leave the sides switch off the flame.
  17. Now pour this white mixture on top of the green mixture on the greased plate.
  18. Wipe the pan once again and add the third quota of semolina, ghee, milk and sugar.
  19. Add orange food colour.
  20. Mix well and cook.
  21. The mixture will bubble away.
  22. Slowly it will start to thicken.
  23. Once it starts to leave the sides switch off the flame.
  24. Pour this mixture on top pf the white mixture on the greased plate and cool it.
  25. Cut in to squares.
  26. See the colours.
  27. Serve and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

1. You can use any colours, but since it is Independence Day Eve, I have made like this.
2. Be careful while mixing.

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