Sometimes, you need a light lunch or a tea time snack or simply an easy appetizer. This instant Rawa (Sooji, Suji, Rava, Semolina) Dhokla recipe can be made with some basic ingredients that are found in the pantry in most Indian homes. With no long term soaking, grinding or fermentation required, you’ll be enjoying this delicious Gujarati snack in no time."Rawa Dhokla | Instant Suji Dhokla"
Rotis made with Sooji (Suji) or Semolina can be enjoyed hot off the stove or later, without the fear of them getting hard. They are perfect for the lunchbox — with no need for reheating. Enjoy a break from the normal roti or chapati with this easy Sooji Roti recipe."Sooji (Semolina) Roti"
Besan Puda is a perfect quick and easy to make item. This with the combination of with Spring Onions which provide the color, the crunch and the subtle flavor is a match made in heaven. Besan (aka Chickpea flour) is known to provide warmth to the body which is perfect for rainy or colder days. The Rice Flour in the recipe gives the Puda a great crispy texture and makes sure the Puda does not…"Besan Puda (Savory Pancake) with Spring Onions"
Who wants to store a bunch of different types of Sooji (suji, semolina)? Watch this Tip Tuesday video for a quick remedy. Update: Unfortunately we did not win the Food Network Challenge but are ever so grateful and touched by the support of our viewers who wished us the best and went in and made sure that they vote everyday! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and we truly do feel like winners.…"Coarse vs Fine Sooji Tip"
Many different recipes call for Roasted Sooji (Suji, Semonlina, Cream of Wheat, Farina) but it’s a time consuming effort. Watch this week’s Tip Tuesday video for some time saving ideas about roasting sooji."Tip – Roasting Suji (Sooji)"