We are a bit confused about the right way to spell it. Most of the time we see it written as ‘Suji’, but then there’s ‘Soojie’ and even ‘Soojee’. Anyway, we’ve decided to stick with Suji, and it could easily be one of the most comforting drinks around.
A couple of things before we get to the recipe; we didn’t add any sugar as we found the condensed milk to be sweet enough. But you can of course sweeten it up as much as you like. Also, we prefer our Suji to have just a hint of rose water, but if you want a stronger rose water taste, feel free to add some more as well. Okay and the most important thing; make sure you brown the onions and the kanamadhu and the raisins well, that's where the nutty caramel like flavour comes from, but not to the point of burning though, so keep an eye on it.
Serves: 6 to 8