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Kheer

Sevaiyan, or sheer-khurma, as it is otherwise called, is a highlight of the Ramzan Id feast, and people queuing up for it at sweet stalls is a common sight on that day. This special sweet which is a "must" is prepared in every Muslim house during the Ramzan days.

Vermicelli - 50 gm 
Condensed milk - 250 gm 
Full cream milk - 500 ml 
Sugar - 100 gm 
Ghee - 20 ml 
Cardamom - 2 pods, powdered 
Raisins - 25 gm 
Cashew nuts (broken) - 20 gm 
Almonds (sliced) - 20 gm 

Break the vermicelli into small pieces. Heat ghee in a cooking pan and fry the vermicelli in it till it evenly becomes light brown. Ensure that it does not get too brown. Heat the milk, stirring continuously so that the cream does not come to the surface. When the milk boils, reduce heat to a minimum and add the condensed milk and vermicelli. Stir well, cover the pan, and leave to cook. After three minutes, add the cardamom powder, cashew nuts, almonds and raisins. Stir well and take off the flame. Leave it aside for a few minutes so that it thickens. Serve hot.

 

 

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