Vermicelli pudding - Meethi Seviyan

by 9:50 PM 22 comments
Hello people
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On last Thursday Dussehra festival has gone and on coming Friday Karwa Chauth festival is coming. There are so many festivals in queue till November. So you just keep on enjoying all the delicacies and put on some weight like me with these heavenly recipes.
Vermicelli pudding (Meethi Seviyan) is a classic Indian dessert which is made during festive occasions, but it has more importance on Karwa Chauth . On this day married women keep fast for the good health, prosperity and long life of their husband. To charge up their body to survive for the whole day without a drop of water, they have this dessert along with mathris and parathas before the sun rises. I will tell you in brief about rituals and customs of this fast in next post.
Vermicelli is like a thin spaghetti and can be used to make various sweet and savoury dishes. When I was a kid, my mom used to cheat me sometimes, instead of giving noodles she prepares vermicelli for my school tiffin and I happily gulp them, I felt very nostalgic while preparing them.
Try this super simple and quick recipe, your family & friends are surely going to love it.

Ingredients:
  • 1 cup - Vermicelli
  • 3 cup - Milk
  • 1 cup - Condensed Milk
  • 1 tbsp - Sugar
  • 1 tbsp - Clarified Butter
  • 2 tbsp - Cashew nuts (chopped) 
  • 2 tbsp - Almonds (chopped)
  • 1/2 tbsp - Green Cardamom (powder)



Method :
  • Take a pan and dry roast the vermicelli till they get little brown color, it will take only 4-5 min on high flame.
  • Now keep aside the roasted vermicelli in a plate and in the same pan add butter + cardamom powder, saute for few minutes.
  • Add milk + condensed milk to the pan, and let the milk boil.
  • When milk starts boiling add the vermicelli + sugar to it and let it simmer for 4-5 min till vermicelli get cooked.
  • Serve them hot with cashews and almonds garnishing.
Note:
  • You can serve vermicelli cold also, let them come on room temperature and then refrigerate for few hours.
  • If you don't have condensed milk , skip it and add 2 more tbsp of sugar to it.




 
 

22 comments :

Spice Goddess said...

we make a very dish that is identical.It is called Payasam.Recipe up on my blog tho my blog is down at the moment

Amila @ Food Corner said...

This sounds and looks delicious.And nice pictures too....

Hannah Spannah CB said...

I bet this is lovely. I'd love to give this a go, I really enjoy reading about your different recipes. Thanks for linking to #featurefridays

Rocket Looks said...

Ohh great Spice Goddess, would love to check your recipe soon.
Thanku so much Amila
Yes it is, give it a try and share your experience with us.

Helen said...

you have some of the most interesting and unique recipes! Thanks for Sharing on What's for Dinner at the Lazy Gastronome

http://www.lazygastronome.com

Miz Helen said...

This looks awesome! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great day!
Come Back Soon!
Miz Helen

Danita Carr said...

This looks great! Thanks for sharing! #SmallVictories

Something Crunchy Mummy said...

These look lovely. Thanks for sharing on #justanotherlinky xx

mimiroseandme said...

Wow this looks so delicious. I will have to bookmark this recipe.

Sue Loncaric said...

I've never heard of vermicilli in a pudding but it sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing with us at #WednesdaysWisdom.

Bethan Sian said...

I've never heard of this before. Looks and sounds delicious.
thank you for linking up with #justanotherlinky

Sarah Eliza said...

Yummy! This reminds me of rice pudding...

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Helen, you just stay tuned for upcoming recipes, there are many to come.
Thanku Miz Helen, Danita Carr,Something Crunchy,Mimiroseandmine for stopping by and leaving a comment.
It's same like Rice pudding Sue, but with soft volume.
Give it a try, you will love it Bethan
Great to know that Sarah :-)

Leigh Powell Hines said...

This looks very good, and I enjoyed learning more about it.

Sandy Sandmeyer said...

I so appreciate you sharing your post at the #AnythingGoes Link Party. I'm looking forward to what you'll share with us next week.

Rebecca Mclellan said...

This sounds so yummy and nourishing too. I love to learn about different cultures and the rituals they have. What a great day to pray for your husband. Thanks for sharing.

Swathi Iyer said...

Payasam looks delicious, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning.

Sue Loncaric said...

Thanks for linking up and sharing your recipe with us at #AnythingGoes. See you next week.

Miz Helen said...

Your Vermicelli Pudding looks fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great day.
Come Back Soon!
Miz Helen

Debra Clark said...

Mmmm! What a delicious pudding!! Thanks for sharing with us at #TryaBiteTuesday, I've tweeted to pass the word - please join us again this week with another yummy recipe!

April J Harris said...

Cashew nuts are a favourite of mine so I know I would love your Vermicelli Pudding! It looks so creamy and tasty too. Thank you for bringing it to the Hearth and Soul Hop!

Rocket Looks said...

It's always great to explore new culture, food, people around the world Rebecca McClellan
It's great that you liked my recipe Swathi,Leigh Hinns, Sue, Debra, Sandy. Thanku for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Give it a try April you will surely love it.