Semolina Fine


Semolina, known as “sooji” in India, is a coarse flour that is commonly used in Indian cuisine. It is made by grinding durum wheat into a granular texture. Sooji has a distinct yellowish color and a slightly grainy texture. It is versatile and used in a variety of dishes. In India, sooji is most famously known as the main ingredient in the popular breakfast dish called “upma,” which is a savory porridge-like preparation. It is also used to make desserts like “rava kesari” (a sweet semolina pudding) and “rava ladoo” (sweet semolina balls). Sooji is often used as a thickening agent in gravies and as a coating for deep-fried snacks like “pakoras” and “cutlets.” Its versatility and easy availability make sooji a staple in Indian kitchens.

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