Recipe- If you feel like eating sweets then make banana pudding at home like this, the recipe is very easy!


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Bananas are extremely beneficial for the body and are a regular part of the diet of many people. Often called a powerhouse of energy, banana halwa is not only delicious but also nutritious. While homes generally make halwa from wheat flour, moong or carrot, very few people would have seen or tasted banana halwa. If you are fasting and want to try something new in your fruit-based diet, then you can try this dish. So let's know about its recipe.


Ripe bananas – 3

Semolina – 1 cup

Saffron – 1 pinch

Sugar – 1 cup

Cardamom powder – 1 teaspoon

Milk and water mixture – 3 cups

Cashew nuts – 8-10

Raisins – 1 tablespoon

Ghee – 2 tablespoons


- Heat ghee in a pan on medium flame.

- Peel the banana and mash it well in a bowl.

When ghee melts in the pan, add cashews and raisins. Fry them until they turn golden brown.

-Put semolina in the pan and fry it until it turns golden brown.

-In a separate bowl, mix saffron, sugar and cardamom powder with milk and water.

-Add mashed bananas to the mixture. Cook it in a separate pan.

-When the banana-milk mixture comes to a boil, add roasted semolina to it.

-To avoid lumps, keep stirring continuously and cook until the semolina absorbs all the moisture.

-Turn off the flame, cover the halwa and leave it for a while so that the semolina absorbs the remaining moisture.

-Your banana pudding is ready. Garnish it with cashew nuts and raisins.