There are thousands of different types of sooji, also known as semolina, to work with when cooking, but who has enough pantry space to keep all these varieties in stock at once? The trick to always having the sooji you need is to purchase a coarse variety and then grind it down to the consistency you want for the recipe.
To learn how to adjust your sooji consistency, check out this episode of "Show Me the curry." Make sure you have a blender around.
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