Rava Kesari is one of the simple and colourful eye-catching desserts in India. In the southern part of India, people call it as Rava Kesari or Kesari bath. In the northern part, it’s Sooji ka Halwa.

Basically, Kesar means saffron. The outcome of this dessert is an energetic orange colour that is the reason it’s named as Kesari.

Mostly Southern people make Rava Kesari with breakfast especially, during festival seasons. Certainly, this is super easy to prepare at home as it takes only a few minutes of your precious time.

We can prepare Rava Kesari with different flavours like milk and various fruit tunes. I am sharing the milk tone and I recommend you to try both possible ways to enjoy the Kesari.

The final dish outcome is smooth, orange coloured with mild milk and ghee flavoured one.

Tips: Use can follow the same method for sevai (vermicelli) Kesari. For other ways to make Kesari, add water instant of milk along with smashed fresh fruits.

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