Seviyan Kheer Recipe

With a festive vibe around, there is no better way to celebrate it by indulging into mouthwatering delicacies like Seviyan. Vermicelli or seviyan cooked with milk, cardamom, nuts and sugar to make a thick and delicious Kheer. An easy recipe to prepare at home and serve at the dinner party.


70 gms vermicelli

25 gms pure ghee

400 ml milk

50 gms grain sugar

5 gms green cardamom

2 gms cloves

20 gms whole almonds

10 gms sultanas / kishmish

for garnishing fresh rose petals


  1. Roughly crush the vermicelli.
  2. Cut the almonds into thick slices. Soak the sultana/kismis in hot water and set aside.
  3. Heat the ghee and fry the almonds. Drain and keep aside.
  4. Lightly fry the cloves and the cardamom and add the vermicelli. Allow to brown lightly.
  5. Add the milk and bring to a boil. Simmer on a slow fire till the milk thickens.
  6. Add sugar and sultanas. Remove from the fire.
  7. Allow to cool completely.

To Serve

  1. Adjust the consistency to a kheer.
  2. Transfer a portion to a serving bowl and garnish with the fried almonds. Can be served warm, at room temperature or cold

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