Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

“Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.”

― Ruth Reichl

What do want to taste though? How about some Sweet Sevaiya? How about we give you the Sevaiya Recipe so that you can eat it whenever you want to?

This is a good deal for both of us. We get to share what is in our head and you get to enjoy this sweet delicacy called Sevaiya. what’s more, if you want to, you can modify this into Kheer Sevaiya as well with just a small effort.

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It is really simple to make a Sevaiya. All you need to do is take a few ingredients and boil them together. Let’s take a look at its recipe to know how to make this sweet dish in detail. But as always, before we move on to the recipe for any dish, let’s know the ingredients first.

Ingredients for Sevaiya

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!
  • Vermicelli: 800 Grams
  • Milk: 2 Liters
  • Sugar: 8 Tablespoon
  • Ghee/Clarified Butter: 2 Tablespoons
  • Roasted Unsalted Almonds: 8 pices

How to make Kheer Sevaiya: The Sevaiya Recipe

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

To make a Sevaiya, you need to geat up some ghee, fry some Vermicelli and boil some milk on top of it till it’s thick. Coincidentally this will also give this dish a Kheer-like texture and taste. So this dish is also called Kheer Sevaiya and Doodh Sevaiya as well.

Total Time: 20 minutes

Step 1: Fry the Vermicelli

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

– Melt some ghee in a pan
– Dry Vermicelli till golden brown in color

Step 2: Boil the Milk

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

– Add in the milk
– Bring the milk to boil at medium heat
– Add in the sugar
– Let it simmer for 8 to 10 minutes

Step 3: Garnish and Serve

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

– Garnish with chopped almonds
– Serve on a Bowl

Before we Go,

Sevaiya Recipe: An Easy 3 Step Process!

Since the texture of this dish is similar to Kheer this recipe can also be called Kheer Sevaiya Recipe or Doodh Sevaiya Recipe. But since Vermicelli is made from rice flour, the taste between a Kheer and Sevaiya is quite similar but at the same time, enough subtle differences do exist to make someone prefer one or another.

Another subtle feature of this dish is that, unlike some other dishes, this one can be served both hot and cold. While the taste does vary a bit between temperatures, the overall sweetness remains the same.

So hope you liked our Sweet Sevaiya Recipe. If you have any suggestions for us, do let us known them down in the comments below. And as always, thank you for reading till the end.

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