Monday, 6 July 2009

Sevai ki Kheer

Milk 1 liter,
Vermicelli 2 cup (Sevai),
Sugar 1 and 1/2 cup,
1 teaspoon Cardamom powder,
2-3 stick of saffron,
4-5 almonds,
5-6 pistachio,
9-10 raisins,
1 table spoon ghee.

Procedure To Make Sevai Ki Kheer:

1. Heat the ghee in a pan and rost Sevai into it. You can make sevai about 1" in length. Saute sevai in ghee till it becomes light brown (May take 4-5 minutes but dont let it burn)
2. Boil the milk and add sugar and cardamom powder while boiling. Add saffron , it gives nice color to the milk.
3. Add sevai to the boiling milk and stir it for 4-5 minutes. Add chopped cashews,almonds, pistachios and raisins into it.
4. Let it cool for sometime and server it.


  1. OMG! its mouth watering!

  2. Excellent dish...pls come and collect ur award from my blog dear

  3. Wow! you have a wonderful space here...and this kheer is mouthwatering...yummyyy

  4. Oh wow, I've never had anything like this before. Looks wonderful! Love your blog.

  5. Kheer. Love it and haven't had it a in while. Your recipe looks simple and easy so I think I will try it soon.


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