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      Does anyone know sookhi sawain recipe??

      not the ones in doodh, i dun like.

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      oh my mom makes them Sooooooooooooo GOOD, i lurve them.

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      in butter?

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      You just boil them add sugar and ghee and fry... but I don't know details...yes, waiting for recipe Sehar!
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      My mom also makes sawaiyon ka zarda kind of thing... I don't like sawaiyan so I have never bothered to learn how she makes them...lol...


      Nikki baji, I guess my mom adds litle bit milk too to the oil, sugar and stuff....
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      my mom makes them so good...and i love them...(no I am not copying Sehar here......)
      i tried 'em a few times but they never turn out well so i have given up on them...

      she first kinda "bhoon-ifies" them in ghee and then adds some hot milk/sugar/cardamoms to it and puts it on 'dum' for a while...i guess its all about the proportions to get the perfect zarda sawaiyaan....

      sehar post your recipe....and i might give them another try...
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      Lesson # 1

      its SIWAYYAAN, not sawain
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      ^^ I was close
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      Sawaain is Bihari and so is the pronounciation

      Waiting for recipe, I dont wanto add any milk to the recipe, i hate Sher Korma type thing.

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      ^^ No they are not sheer khorma type, you can use water instead of milk but milk gives them rich flavor i guess and they look like zarda and taste different not like sheer khorma.
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      I basically follow the recipe that Chip6 posted, except I use water instead of milk.
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      Quote Originally Posted by adrasteia View Post
      Sawaain is Bihari and so is the pronounciation

      Waiting for recipe, I dont wanto add any milk to the recipe, i hate Sher Korma type thing.
      as LUSI said you just add a very little amount of milk and that too is completely absorbed up by the sawaiyaan and they remain separated and dry and are not floating in milk,like the sheer khorma thing....

      i hope someone posts an alternative recipe which u can try...
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      Quote Originally Posted by adrasteia View Post
      Sawaain is Bihari and so is the pronounciation

      Waiting for recipe, I dont wanto add any milk to the recipe, i hate Sher Korma type thing.
      are you bihari?

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      Quote Originally Posted by adrasteia View Post
      Sawaain is Bihari and so is the pronounciation

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      Quote Originally Posted by adrasteia View Post
      Does anyone know sookhi sawain recipe??

      not the ones in doodh, i dun like.
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      you can make sookhi sewaiyan this way..

      ingredients:

      1 cup Sewaiyan
      4 tbs. ghee or butter
      3-4 green cardamom (Chhoti Ilaichi)
      4-5 tbs. sugar
      1 cup water
      1 pinch of yellow food color (optional)
      Dry fruit

      in a pan,add ghee or butter then add cardamom seeds.add a cup of sewaiyan,roast them on very low flame till their colour changes to a darker shade.in another pan,add sugar,water and cardamom seeds,add food colour if you like,and bring them to a boil.then add the sewaiyan to this sugar syrup.stir constantly.add dry fruits.Cover and let cook for 5-6 minutes till the water has dried and the sewaiyan have become tender.
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      Quote Originally Posted by shay9164 View Post
      are you bihari?
      Yes from my father's side

      Shining Star, that sounds like the recipe Im after, My dadi amma makes sookhi sawain for breakfast and Im after that recipe, I'll try this tomorrow and let you know

      Thanks

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      shining star, i used the recipe you listed and the sivayan turned out perfect. The only thing i didnt do was make a seperate syrup. I just bhoonafied the sivayan in butter (3 tbsp seems enough for 1 cup) and then directly added sugar and water and turned the heat high. After most of the water evaporated i put on dum. Perfect ratios of ingredients. Thanks for sharing.
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