Kajjaya/athirasam is very traditional festival food, prepared usually during DeepavaLi festival. This is a tricky sweet until you master the jaggery syrup consistency, then it is going to be an easy dish.
The most popular south indian festival sweet is Kesari bath or sooji halwa. This dessert is perfect for festival days or just to quench the sweet cravings! With the touch of cardamom and natural color and cooling effect from the saffron makes it more festive and delicious sweet.It is common to relish kesari bath with khara bath/uppittu , popularly called chow-chow bath. This combination dish can be prepared in 30 minutes( yes , both sweet and khara), good for sudden unexpected guests. You can put the kesari bath on a greased plate and spread it and cut into desired shapes, it will be semolina cake, best for the parties and get together.
Pineapple Kesaribath is delicious mouthwatering sweet made with fresh pineapple and Rava/Sooji. This dessert is perfect for festival days or just to quench the sweet cravings!
Kesari Bath is a traditional sweet prepared during festival days. It has so rich aroma of Saffron, it is do appetizing and irresistible sweet :) Along with giving rich color to the dish, saffron has many medicinal benefits too.
Preparation of this kesari bhath is quick and easy.