Jul 31, 2010

Thanks Giving With a Sweet Note


This post is dedicated to all those beautiful people who believed and connected with me & my work. This simple and delicious sweet is my dedication to all of them.
This Vermicelli Kheer is a famous & instant sweet prepared down South of India by many at all occasions.Be it a birthday, a function or any festival, the first thing that my mother-in-law prepares is this sweet concoction.



Ingredients;
(makes 4 servings)
  • 100 grams of Vermicelli or Semiyan
  • 1/2 ltr.of whole milk
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • Handful of dried fruits
  • 2 tsp of Ghee (Clarified butter)

Method: Dry roast the vermicelli till it turns golden in color. Heat a heavy bottom vessel and boil 2 cups of water in it. Add the fried vermicelli in the boiling water and let it cook for 10 minutes. Pour the whole milk and keep boiling the mixture for another 10 minutes. Take it off from the flames and keep aside.
Heat a wok and add 2 tsp of ghee in it. Add the coarsely crushed dried fruits such as Almonds, cashew and raisins in it. Fry for a minute and put off the gas.
Pour this fried dried fruits in the cooked vermicelli as a garnish and serve hot.

Now is the time to show my respect and give credits to all who deserve it.

My Web Linkers & friends: These are the beautiful people who believed in me and linked to me when I was just learning to walk.
Indira, Dk, Sunita, Claudia, DivyaSushma, Satya, Shaheen, Sra, Juliana, Supriya and others. Feel humble and honored at the same time.
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10 comments:

  1. Lovely and tasty kheer.It looks devine.

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  2. Such a sweet post! Thanks for the mention. :) I'm honoured.

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  3. even my mom makes this whenever we have guests at home. We usually boils the roasted vermicelli in milk itself so that it gives a creamy texture. Urs look so nice and i am craving for kheer now

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  4. my sons al time fav.. he can eat this for breakfast lunch dinner or as an any time snack!! ofcourse with less sugar! nice click!

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  5. Thanks for linking me here, Sanjeeta. It is so warm and thoughtful of you. I would love to have a bowlful of that kheer please.

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  6. hi snjeetha evn i prepare same kheer..n finally i add cardamom powder which gives gud flavour n taste too..

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  7. sasikalavasudevanAugust 2, 2010 at 9:49 AM

    it is easier to do with roasted vermicilli and of course boil it in milk itself

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  8. Hey Sanjeeta.. Thanks for stopping by my place. You have alovely blog here. Really good pictures!! Cheers and I'll see you around!

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  9. Hi.. First time here.. you have a good space.. This dish is my all time fav with lots of nuts and raisins.. Looks yummy.. I wish i could have some right now!

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