Seviyan Recipe | Sweet Vermicelli

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What Is Seviyan’s recipe?

A delectable vermicelli pudding meal to prepare for festivals or celebrations is the Seviyan recipe, Semiya Recipe or sheer khurma. Sheer Khurma, which translates to “milk with dates,” is a dish that is well-known throughout Asia and the Middle East and is typically prepare for the Eid festival. The name is Persian in origin.

About Recipe

Sheer Sewai is a traditional food that is simple to prepare and is prepared in many ways in different homes, but this recipe for Seviyan is the conventional way to prepare Seviyan.

 In Indian households, the Seviyan /vermicelli kheer is a dessert frequently served. In India, the seviyan recipe is made in a variety of ways. Seviyan is made in Maharashtra in two different ways.

Try this amazing Seviyan from Maharashtra!

Seviyan Recipe | Sweet Vermicelli

This delectable Indian delicacy is made of vermicelli, or Seviyan, saffron, milk, khoya, and a tonne of nuts.
Servings 4 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 25 mins

Equipment

  • Gas stove
  • Rubber spatula
  • Pan

Ingredients

  • 250 gram. Seviyan or Vermicelli, roasted
  • 4 tbsp Ghee
  • 750 ml. Milk
  • 400 gram. Sugar
  • ½ tsp. Saffron strands (soaked in 1 Tbsp of water)
  • 100 gram. Khoya (crumbled)
  • 2 tbsp. Raisins
  • 1 tbsp. Pistachio nuts
  • 1 tbsp. Almond slivers, roasted
  • 2 tbsp. Cashew nuts
  • To decorate Silver leaf

Instructions

  • Boil 2 litres of milk till it becomes 1 litre.
  • With 1 bay leaf and 2-3 cardamom small.
  • Then fry the Seviyan in ghee for 1-2 mins till light brown.
  • Then add milkmaid according to taste in that milk.
  • When the milk consistency is like little ghana.
  •  Switch off the gas.
  • Let it cool but to moderate temperatures then add Seviyan.
  • Should not be too hot or too cold.
  • That time as Seviyan need less time to cook.
  • Then garnish with pistachios and serve.
  • Add a silver leaf, the leftover saffron, and dried fruit for decoration.
  • Serve

Notes

Note:
  • You can add dry fruits of your choice.
  • If you like seviyan kheer then add more milk.
Author: Moni Deepa
Calories: 110kcal
Cost: 200 rs.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: semiya, Seviyan

Frequently Ask Questions:-

Q.) How is Seviyan produced?

3 hours or so of soaking parboiled rice in cold water and using a wet grinder, grind soaked rice into a fine paste. Making dumplings from steamed rice chunks and rice paste and using a specific kind of Seviyan press, cooked dumplings are pressed into thin strands.

Q.) What materials make up Lachha Sewai?

Sewai is mainly rice vermicelli spun into long, thin lines and is well-known as the most preferred ingredient for Eid-ul-Fitar desserts. It certainly is a sight to behold when prepared with milk, almonds, pistachios, cardamom, and sweetened with sugar or jaggery.

Q.) What is Seviyan’s English name?

Little worms, commonly known as “Vermicelli” are a sort of traditional pasta that is round in section and related to spaghetti.

Q.) Seviyan, is she a maid?

It only contains maida, water, and a dash of salt. As a result, popular instant food item is vermicelli and it is a maida-based extruded product that belongs in that category.

Q.) Does Seviyan make you fatter?

As a result, you stay fuller for longer and avoid gaining weight.

Q.) Importance of seviyan in Eid?

This Meethi Sewai or Seviyan recipe combines vermicelli with almonds and pistachios in pure desi ghee and is a cook in creamy milk.

Q.) Which city famous in Seviyan?

The most popular celebration dish to mark the end of Ramadan is this. In fact, Eid-ul-Fitr is also known as “meethi Eid” among the general public. In Uttar Pradesh and the Hindi heartland, means “the sweet festival,” which is identical to sweet Seviyan.

Sheer Khurma and the delectable Kimami Seviyan are the two types of seviyan preparations that you would find if you visited Muslim houses to observe the occasion.

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