Wednesday, April 7, 2010


"Kesari Bath" is the authentic sweet of South India preferably Karnataka,Tamil Nadu,Andra Pradesh. It is known by many names like "Sajjigey","Kesari Bath" etc

I prepared "Pineapple Kesari Bath" this "Raam Navami" and it came out well..!!

Here is the Recipe:

1/2 cup rava
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup milk
3/4 cup sugar
1 Tbsp Ghee
1 cup of cut pineapple pieces
cashews,raisin as per taste

1>Add the milk,water and sugar to a frying pan and allow the milk to boil.
2>When the milk starts boiling, add rava and mix well immediately avoiding the formation of lumps
3>Keep it for 5 mins and just 30 secs before removing it from fire, add the pineapple pieces to it and then add 1 Tbsp of Ghee
4>Remove from fire and garnish with raisins and cashews

1>Rava should be added after milk boils in order to prevent formation of lumps
2>Ghee is added to give the "Authentic" Kesari Bath taste!!

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Kesari Bhath! Yummy! No cakes, pastries or pudding can match the joy of relishing it!


looks like the fastest recipe!!! first i thought it might involve kesar (saffron) and since i have it at home right now, i planned to prepare it today. then i saw pineapple... ;) will have to try after my next fruit shopping. thanks for the lovely recipe!

Swathi Pradeep

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Yup! Its the fastest recipe! My hubby taught me this.. do try it out and let me know how it comes :)



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tasty recipe...sound yummy