Suji is a coarse and purified wheat middling of durum wheat. Suji aka semolina is a favourite in India when it comes to various breakfast and Indian dessert (halva) options. This light flour is filling and keeps you full for longer- thus acting as a helpful substitute for people on a diet. Boiled, this can be eaten as porridge. Down South, suji is used to make a lot of delicacies like Rava Dosa, Upma, Idli, and what not. Suji is also used as the final batter to give things an extra crunch. It is also used to make a variety of desserts apart from the pudding. You can make halva and Rava Kesari using much loved suji. Added to bread batter, suji helps provide a crunchy taste to the final produce. When used to flour the baking surface, suji also helps avoid material sticking to the base. You can now buy this popular raw material from Dinesh Flour Mills.