Meethi Seviyan / Sweet Vermicelli :

Seviyan

Meethi Seviyan / Sweet Vermicelli

Vermicelli (Italian: [vermiˈtʃɛlli], lit. “little worms”) is a traditional type of pasta round in section similar to spaghetti. In Italy vermicelli is slightly thicker than spaghetti, but in the United States it is instead slightly thinner.

Rakhi/Raksha Bandhan Special

Hi Friends!

To make the Desserts made with seviyan, meethi seviyan/Semiyan, today I have used the handmade vermicelli.  The handmade ones are healthier, taste the same but are also available in whole wheat flour. These seviyan/Semiya are shorter and slightly thicker, they add to the taste!

Recipe Servings: 6

Prep Time: 10 Minutes

Cook Time: 20 Minutes

Total Cook Time: 30 Minutes

Difficulty Level: Easy

Ingredients:

  • 2  tea cups seviyan/Semiyan/Vermicelli
  • 6 Green Cardamoms /peeled and powdered
  • 2 cloves
  • 2 Tb spoon Almond Slivered
  • 1 tea Cup Sugar
  • 11/2 tea Cups water
  • 2 Tb spoons Clarified butter/Ghee

Method:

Step1.

In a heavy bottom pan fry the seviyan/Semiyan/Vermicelli in ghee,add cloves, stirring continuously till they turn light golden brown .

Step 2.

Add water to the fried seviyan/Semiyan/Vermicelli and bring it to boil. When the water starts boiling reduce the heat , cover and cook till 90% cooked.

Step 3.

Add sugar, powdered green cardamom powder to the cooked seviyan/Semiyan/Vermicelli. Stir to mix sugar well and let it cook through till all the water has evaporated.

Serve garnished with slivered Almond .

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