Butter – 425 g

Rawa (Semolina) – 500 g

Sugar – 750 g

Water – 1.75 l

Pineapple (small size) – 1 No



  • Peel and remove the thorns from the pineapple and cut it into small pieces (20 mm cubes).
  • Make a hot sugar solution by boiling sugar and water together.
  • Put the butter in a heavy bottom pan and start heating on a slow flame. Add rawa when the butter melts. Continue roasting on a slow flame, till the rawa becomes golden brown.
  • Add the hot sugar solution and increase the flame. Add cut pineapple and continue to stir the mixture till it comes to the consistency of Halwa.
  • The Pineapple Halwa is ready for Krishna’s lunch.
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