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1 cup(s) clarified butter (ghee) 2 cup(s) fine semolina (or cream of wheat) 4 cups milk 1 cups(s) sugar 4 ripe bananas cut in fine roundels Heat the clarified butter (ghee) in a pan and roast the semolina on low heat stirring continuously for about 3 minutes or till the raw smell is gone and it gives a nice aroma. Add the milk and sugar. Stir well. Add the banana roundels and mix well. Keep stirring on very low heat heat for about 3 minutes or till all the moisture has evaporated. Note: The bananas need to be very ripe. In fact, over-ripe bananas would give the best flavor and taste to this dish.

Semolina and Banana Pudding


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(posted July 14, 2008)

1 cup(s)
clarified butter (ghee)
2 cup(s) fine
semolina (or cream of wheat)
4 cups
milk
1 cups(s)
sugar
4
ripe bananas cut in fine roundels

Heat the
clarified
butter (ghee) in a pan and roast the semolina on low heat stirring continuously for about 3 minutes or till the raw smell is gone and it gives a nice aroma.

Add the
milk and sugar. Stir well. Add the banana roundels and mix well. Keep stirring on very low heat heat for about 3 minutes or till all the moisture has evaporated.

Note: The bananas need to be very
ripe. In fact, over-ripe bananas would give the best flavor and taste to this dish.


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