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meethi seviyan recipe with step by step photos a sweet dessert made from

seviyan (whole wheat vermicelli), ghee, milk, dry fruits and sugar.
meethi seviyan - a sweet dessert made from whole wheat vermicelli.
author: dassana
recipe type: dessert
cuisine: north indian
serves: 3-4

ingredients (measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)


1 tbsp ghee/clarified butter
1 cup of broken vermicelli/seviyan
2 cups of milk or 500 ml milk
th cup sugar or add as per taste
tsp cardamom powder/elaichi powder
th cup milk powder
10-12 raisins/kishmish
4 to 5 almonds sliced thinly
4 to 5 pistachios sliced thinly
4 to 5 cashews sliced thinly

how to make the recipe:


prepping

1.

firstly keep all the ingredients ready for the seviyan. break the seviyan and
keep aside.
2.
chop the dry fruits and place aside.
preparing seviyan

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heat a pan and then add 1 tbsp ghee.


let the ghee melt and then add 1 cup of the broken seviyan.
on a low to medium flame, with frequent stirring roast the seviyan till they
become golden. since i used pre roasted seviyan, i didn't have to roast the
seviyan much. however, if you use seviyan which is not roasted, then you will
need to roast for some more time.
add all the chopped dry fruits and raisins. stir them nicely.
lower the flame and pour 2 cups of milk. instead of milk you can also add
water.
stir and mix very well. then continue to stir for 2 to 3 minutes.
now add cup of sugar. keep stirring the mixture.

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add cup of milk powder. if you do not have milk powder, then just skip it.
mix again
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sprinkle tsp cardamom powder and stir well.
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the mixture will start thickening and the seviyan will also begin to absorb
milk. when all the milk has been absorbed, switch off the gas.
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serve meethi seviyan hot or warm or chilled. you can even garnish with
some sliced dry fruits while serving

notes
!few tips for meethi seviyan recipe
1. you could double up or triple up the recipe if you need more quantity.
2. allow the seviyan to absorb the milk and become dry. otherwise it would taste more
like kheer.
3. if you like seviyan kheer then add more milk.
4. dry fruits of your choice can be added.
5. once the milk is absorbed by the seviyan switch off the gas otherwise the vermicelli
would taste dry.