Any special occasion calls for a celebration and no celebration is complete without desserts and sweets. In India for every good thing or news we have a culture to make something sweet and share our happiness with friends and family. One such dessert that is made in every Indian home is Suji Ka Halwa. One humble dessert that never goes wrong and once in a life time everyone try making it with trial and error method. Technically there is no one perfect recipe for halwa….because some like to have it in a sticky form, where as some like dry. So it totally depends on one’s choice.
In India the halwa travels from place to place and adapt various flavors that are not just delicious and exotic but also carry a tale along. A tale of it’s origin and significance. One such amazing version of suji halwa is ANANAAS SHEERA aka Pineapple halwa. Semolina roasted in ghee and favored with saffron and pineapple makes a an amazing dessert that is loved universally. To add a bite we add some fresh pineapple pieces to it as well. Served as an offering to God and also to the disciples, Ananaas Sheera is a show stopper in all forms.