Friday, 28 September 2018

Easy Milk Seviyan Recipe/ Vermicelli kheer

Hello friends

Is there any reason to debate? Sweet Vermicelli  cooked in milk tastes delicious even though it has so many different names. Humko toh khaane se matlab, naam me kya rakha hai. Right? This vermicelli pudding is sometimes referred as seviya kheer or seviya or Sheer kurma too.
Sheer Khurma which literally means “milk with dates” in Persian, is a vermicelli pudding prepared during the holy month of Ramadan or on the last day which is celebrated as Eid by Muslims around the world.


Any which way you call it, the end result  a delicious milky dessert served with love in a bowl. Can be savoured hot or cold. Some methods are a labour of love.


Ingredients

1 cup thin Vermicelli
1 tbsp Ghee
1 litre Milk
8 tbsp Sugar
1 tsp Cardamom Powder (Elaichi Powder)
A few strands of saffron
1/2 tbsp Raisins
1 tbsp chopped Cashew nuts
1 tbsp chopped Almonds




Method

1. Heat 1 tablespoon ghee in a heavy bottomed pan over medium flame. Add the thin vermicelli and roast till the rawness of the vermicelli goes away and it gets coated with ghee.

2. Now in a saucepan, add milk and bring to a boil.

3. Let the milk boil for about ten minutes, until the milk is creamy and reduces.



4. Add the seviya and boil. Stir often to ensure the milk does not burn in the bottom of the pan, and also keep scraping the sides of the frying pan.
Add the milk and increase the heat to

5. Now its time to add the sugar,  saffron, cardamom powder.

6. Keep on low flame and let the seviya kheer simmer over for about 5 more minutes.

7. Now add half of the cashew nuts, almonds and raisins.

8. Turn off the heat but keep stirring so it doesn't burn at the bottom. As the seviyan kheer cools it will become more thicker in texture.

9. Before serving further garnish with nuts and raisins.

 Seviyan can be enjoyed chilled or even warm.



Note - Some quicken the process by adding condensed milk. You can add chopped dates to the boiling milk stage.
If you wish add honey instead of sugar. Jaggery is not recommended as the milk can split. 

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