Suji ka halwa is a popular Indian dessert made with semolina, ghee, sugar, and water. It is a sweet and aromatic dish that is often served as a prasad (offering) in religious ceremonies. The semolina is roasted in ghee until golden brown, then cooked with sugar syrup to create a rich and creamy texture. It is garnished with nuts like almonds and cashews, adding a crunchy element to the dish. Suji ka halwa is best enjoyed warm and is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth.