Vermicelli Kheer | Seviyan Kheer | Semiya payasam

Cooking Time: 20min

Item Quantity
Vermicelli or Seviyan 1 Cup
Milk3 Cups
Butter or ghee3 Tablespoons
Sugar1 Cup
Milkmaid (Optional)3 Tablespoons
Mix dry fruit's 2 Tablespoons
Cardamom or elaichi1 Tablespoon

  1. Let's get started with the boiling of milk, till that we need to fry the vermicelli or Seviyan.
  2. Take a pan, add butter or ghee and after heating it up, add Seviyan in it, saute it till it becomes golden. On this stage, we can add some almonds or cashew nuts in it, don't add any type of Raisin on this stage, cause milk to get sour after adding it into the mixture. Keep the flame medium or low in this process, cause it gets burned otherwise.
  3. After milk gets boiled, add the fried mixture in it, add cardamom or elaichi powder in it. Add sugar and milkmaid. Keep stirring the mixture till seviyan puff up. And the good news is here!😄 our kheer is ready to eat. Test it once, if you want, you can add some more sugar in it. Garnish it with some dry fruits and some ghee on top of it.
Seviyan kheer

1) We can use sugar-free instead of normal sugar to reduce the calories in it.

Hello all, here we come up with very famous and testy seviyan kheer, which contains around 500 calories in one serving bowl. Ohh!😯 we can reduce the calories by using sugar-free, as we suggested. And the main thing is, we are not gonna eat this twice in a week. 

It's very delicious and healthy also. How??? Let us explain...Vermicelli is a traditional type of pasta round in section similar to spaghetti, but its made from semolina or suji or ragi or wheat flour, which is very healthy in nature, as it has the perfect balance of nutrition and carbs.

Previously we have added one vermicelli upma, which one of the spicy version of Seviyan. 

In India, we have a tradition of welcoming new things into the family with sweets, whether it is to celebrate a new car or something even smaller. 

Furthermore, we consider a few ingredients auspicious, like saffron, some spices, and flowers. Similarly, dry fruits also form an integral part of our celebration. And this dish is very easy and perfect for any kind of occasion. 

This dish can be prepared with any kind of spaghetti, which available in the market, but it should be thin in size. 

This recipe is popular in south India, as a sweet dish and often made during festivals or during certain occasions. In Maharashtra, the people used to eat any kind of kheer with poori, which we shared earlier in the recipe of poori bhaji.

Enjoy the kheer and share experience with us. We will be glad to hear from you back. Thank you for reading and enjoy the kheer. 

Semiya payasam with poori