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Gits Vermicelli Kheer (100 gm)

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A favourite Indian dessert made from milk and vermicelli. Thick and creamy, kheer is garnished with almond pistachios and raisins flavoured with saffron and cardamon. Makes 5 servings. Only need to add milk.  Also called semiya In India, vermicelli also known as, seviyan, are used in a...

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A favourite Indian dessert made from milk and vermicelli. Thick and creamy, kheer is garnished with almond pistachios and raisins flavoured with saffron and cardamon. Makes 5 servings. Only need to add milk.  Also called semiya

In India, vermicelli also known as, seviyan, are used in a number of dishes including a variation of kheer, a sweet dessert similar to rice pudding, or to make a popular dish called upma. To prepare it, dry oil-roasted vermicelli are boiled with a choice of vegetables. Also called sewiyan or seviyan. Egg Less. Also called semiya

I love gorging on noodles. Well, I think most of us do but if you’re looking for a healthier version of noodles, then Vermicelli is your best bet.

What is Vermicelli?

Vermicelli recipes are popular in India. Vermicelli, also known as Seviyan or Semiya, is used to prepare a variety of dishes such as Seviyan Kheer, or a savory breakfast dish called Upma.

Upma recipe using Vermicelli- Semiya Upma

Upma is a light breakfast prepared using Vermicelli, lentils, peanuts, traditional spices, and herbs. Upma has many variations that also include ingredients like soojisabudanapohamillets, oats, and quinoa. Today let’s learn the recipe of preparing Vermicelli Upma (Semiya Upma), a delectable breakfast to start your day.

Ingredients

  • Uncooked Vermicelli noodles- 2 cups
  • Ghee- 4 tablespoons
  • Peanuts- 10-12 
  • Onion- 1 medium-sized finely chopped 
  • Carrot- One small finely grated
  • Green chillies- 1 finely chopped 
  • Curry leaves- 6 to 7
  • Ginger- One small slice grated
  • Chana Dal- 1 tablespoon (soaked for 2 hours and then water strained) 
  • Mustard seeds- 1 tsp
  • Salt- as per taste
  • Hing- A pinch
  • Chopped coriander- 1 tablespoon
  • Lemon juice- 1.5 teaspoons


Method

  • Add 2 tbsp ghee to a thick bottomed pan and let it heat on a medium high flame.
  • Add vermicelli noodles once the ghee melts.
  • Roast the vermicelli noodles for about 30 seconds with constant stirring. 
  • Skip the above three steps if you already have bambino roasted vermicelli. You need not roast the already roasted vermicelli.
  • At this point, add some water and bring it to a boil.
  • Once the water starts boiling, cover the pan on low medium heat for 5-6 minutes. Turn off the heat once the water is absorbed.
  • In a separate pan, dry roast the peanuts, on a medium heat. Keep stirring till they turn golden and crunchy. Transfer the roasted peanuts to a plate.
  • In the same pan, heat 2 tbsp ghee. Then add mustard seeds, soaked Chana Dal, curry leaves, chopped green chilies, grated carrot, chopped onions, and salt. 
  • Shallow fry the onions till they turn golden. Now add Hing and finely grated ginger. Stir for a minute till you smell the aroma of ginger. The yummy masala is ready.
  • Now add the above Masala to the boiled Vermicelli along with roasted peanuts.
  • Cook for 1-2 minutes, stirring gently. 
  • Garnish the Upma with chopped coriander and lemon juice. Savor the delicious breakfast to your heart's content! 

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