Semolina drink (thari kanji). THARI KANJI / RAMADAN RECIPES FOR IFTAR. Today am with a Malabar special drink for Ramadan, especially during iftar. It is very hard for Muslims when Ramadan falls in summer.
Ramadan speciality drink that's served warm or chilled… As I have mentioned before that during Ramadan I like dishes that are more liquid in nature, for Yet another dish that's made in my family is a drink made with semolina or it is called thari or rava kanji in Malayalam. I drink my thari kanji without any of the tempering and my umma calls it, kutti kanji (kid's payasam). Hi Rafee,Thari kanji sure is a filling drink for ur kind of fasting. You can have Semolina drink (thari kanji) using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Semolina drink (thari kanji)
- You need 2 glasses of milk.
- You need 1 glass of water.
- It’s 3 tbsp of semolina/rava.
- You need 6 tsp of sugar.
- Prepare 1 pinch of salt.
- You need 3-4 of whole cardomom.
- It’s Few of cashews,raisins,coconut pieces and shallots(pearl onion).
- Prepare as needed of ghee.
But I really wonder what would you do if you want to drink some water in the middle of the fast. I know ur mind and body is trained not to yet it. This is also called as semolina payasam/ rava kanji. This is a sweet relish and a popular unavoidable drink which is made daily at home during iftars.
Semolina drink (thari kanji) step by step
- Take a heavy bottom pan,add 1 tsp ghee and roast the rava till nice aroma comes.no need to change the colour.
- Add water +milk and let it boil..
- Add the sugar, salt and cardmom. when it starts to boil medium the flame and cook for 8-10 mins..
- Take another pan,add ghee and fry the raisins, cashews and coconut pieces and add to the drink.Fry shallots in ghee till brown and add to the drink.Serve hot or cold..
This is made in a drinking consistency but as I like it thick I made it that way. This is a simple dish with simple. Ramadan speciality drink that's served warm or chilled. As I have mentioned before that during Ramadan I like dishes that are more liquid in nature, for that reason I love rice porridge or kanji. It's easier to digest and it's more healthy.