How to Make Kara Rava/Sooji/Semolina Kozhukattai

Kozhukattai or Modaks are steamed dumplings generally made of rice flour, jaggery and coconut. The practice of making Modaks came to our country India from East Asia through traders in olden days. It is a tasty and a healthy snack suitable for both young and old. Kozhukattai or Modaks are a wonderful delicacy which is soft and smooth. It makes a perfect morning breakfast or even an evening snack. This dish comes in various shapes and sizes and is prepared with rava and rice flour. The recipe given below uses

How Rava is used in our Indian Kitchen?

Beetroot Rava Kesari

Sooji/Suji/Rava is a gritty coarse type of flour that comes from durum wheat. Granulated wheat which is otherwise called Semolina is produced from the hard red wheat berries whose bran, germ and endosperm are separated and the endosperm breaks into fine grains during the milling process. It is called Semolina or Sooji in North India and Rava in South India. Buying the ingredient Semolina is off-white or yellow, depending on the variety of wheat it was made from, and resembles coarse sand in texture. There are many kinds of semolina