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Safed Halwa ( Semolina Pudding)

I am very delighted to share with you that I have done a guest post for a very dear friend of mine Jagruti. Jagruti herself is a wonderful cook and share her delicious culinary journey in her food blog -Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey.She invited me to write a guest post for new venture- Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey...."You're Invited"! The reason behind this concept was to meet so many of you wonderful food bloggers and display your cooking expertise. So you too can join this venture and show your cooking expertise.In the meantime visit her site to get the recipe of delicious safed halwa or semolina pudding.I am sure you will love the taste of this white color divine dessert.

Happy Cooking!


  1. I made this safed halwa few days was awesome..Thank you for the lovely recipe and guest post :)

  2. What nice pudding Sutapa ! we love semolina!

  3. like the name you have given this 'safed halwa'...nice pudding

  4. What a fabulous pudding! Irresistible and divine.



  5. Found you through Linkedin. Love the recipe. Halwa looks really delicious.



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