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Sheera recipes


Last Updated : Oct 07,2019



शीरा - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Sheera recipes in Hindi)
શીરો / બરફી / હલવો - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Sheera recipes in Gujarati)

80 Sheera Recipes, Sheera Recipe Collection 

Sheera, Bari and Halwa are traditional Indian mithais that no one can ever refuse. With their intense flavours and rich textures, mithais like Badam ka Sheera, Lapsi and Doodhi Halwa have become timeless treasures!

Rava sheera and varieties

Pineapple-SheeraPineapple Sheera

One of the most popular Indian sweets, the Rava Sheera is very easy to prepare. You just have to roast semolina, cook in a milk-water mixture and add sugar. To enhance the taste you can add dry fruits, cardamom powder and cook. While the classic version might take a long time, this will be ready in around 15 minutes if you use a microwave. You can make it quickly to surprise a sudden guest or to offer to God after puja. Apart from the normal sooji sheera, you can make endless varieties by adding different flavoring agents and essences.

1. Kesari Bhaat is a South Indian counterpart of the sheera made with the addition of saffron

2. Chocolate Sheera is a unique sheera made using cocoa powder and chopped dark chocolate

3. Mango Sheera made using fresh mango pulp

Dry fruit sheera

Walnut-SheeraWalnut Sheera

Dry fruit slivers are not only used as a garnish for Indian desserts but, they can form the base ingredient in cooking up an array of delightful sheera recipes. They give a rich texture and mouth-fell and are heavy on the stomach.

1. Badam ka Sheera is my most favorite sheera recipe made using blanched almonds

2. Akhrot Kaju Sheera combining a rich graininess from coarsely crushed walnuts and cashewnuts

3. Kaju Kopra Sheera can be packed and carried in the tiffin.

4. Almond Sheera

You can even layer these sheeras to make a lip-smacking Layered Sheera which is a treat for the palette. It will surely garner you many praises from the guests if served at a party or get together.

Collection of sheera recipes

Atta-Ka-Sheera
Atta Ka Sheera

Apart from semolina and mixed nuts, you can even make sheera using varieties of flours or a combination of flour and fruits and even dals. Here are some of my favorite variations.

  1. Jowar Apple Sheera
  2. Jowar Banana Sheera
  3. Besan Sheera
  4. Ragi Sheera


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Happy Cooking!


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Pineapple Kesari, Microwave Recipe
Recipe# 4934
20 Aug 10

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
The Pineapple Kesari is a variant of the ever-popular Kesari Baath, a dessert made in Karnataka. The people there love it so much that they have it even for breakfast! While the original recipe uses fresh, chopped pineapples to flavour the cooked and sweetened semolina, here we have used pineapp ....
Laal Math Ka Saag ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables)
Recipe# 32792
16 May 11

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
A nutrient-rich, quick and versatile subzi that can be had with chapattis as well as rice. You can add garlic to the tempering for added flavour.
Moong  Dal Sheera ( Know Your Dals and Pulses)
Recipe# 32814
16 May 11

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
For all the sheera lovers, this recipe is divine. It is coarse and sweet. It takes a long time to cook, but it’s worth the effort.
Singhada Sheera ( Know Your Flours )
Recipe# 33161
16 May 08

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Singada/chestnut is usually consumed by ladies during fasting. This sheera is so tasty that you are unlikely to yearn for any other food, enabling you to practice the fast sincerely!
Kaju Kopra Sheera (  Mithai)
Recipe# 2039
16 May 11

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
With striking similarities in flavour and colour, powdered cashewnuts and grated coconut get along very well in this exciting sheera. Rich in feel and flavour, this Kaju Kopra Sheera turns out wonderfully well if you sauté the ingredients carefully till they shed their rawness and start giving out a ....
Layered Sheera
Recipe# 42622
03 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Sheera made with semolina is one of the most popular and easiest of Indian mithai, which we tend to make very frequently for pujas, festivals ....
Recipe# 13083
26 Feb 01

 
 by savi_ram
If u do not get a tinned pineapple, u can make with the fresh riped one.

when using the fresh pineapple, cook with little water until it becomes soft and finally add to the seera.

even if seera/kesari is not your favourite, it becomes one when u make it with pineapple. try and enjoy!
Dessicated Coconut Burfi
Recipe# 37499
03 Nov 12

 
 
by Vijaya Seshadri
This is made from desicated coconut, suji,milk,ghee and sugar. The burfi tastes very good and suitable for festivals like diwali.
Recipe# 37218
01 Sep 12

 
 by sharan 2206
No reviews
The season for mangoes is here. Mangoes are rich in beta- carotene which is converted to vitamin – a in our body. It is also rich in vitamin – c.
Recipe# 35190
21 Apr 15

 
 by Foodie #497215
No reviews
Apple Halwa in this recipe apples are simmered in milk and flavoured with cardamom and honey. Serves best when served chilled.
Recipe# 37024
27 Jul 12

 
 by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
This is a complete dry fruit mithai that is the one which is usually seen in mithaiwala's shop decorated with silver foil
Recipe# 9518
04 Jan 07

 
 by pippallashilpa
No reviews
Simple coconut barfi is a traditional sweet barfi recipe of dessicated coconut powder mixed with milk and sugar. The coconut powder are mixed with sugar and ghee and blended together in the barfis. Simple coconut barfi is a tasty and healthy barfi( square or rectangular sweet cake) recipe.
Recipe# 13573
18 Oct 00

 
 by meenal72
No reviews
Prepare the delicious Instant almond burfi instantly by mixing together the almond paste with sweetened and thickened milk or condensed milk, sugar and ghee.
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