Vermicelli cooked in milk and dry fruits. Made in every household on the occasion of Eid.
Eid al-Fitr literally means ‘The Festival of Breaking the Fast’. It is also known as the ‘The Sugar Feast’ or ‘The Sweet Festival’. It marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. For the first time in several years Eid-ul-Fitr has fallen on a Friday adding more value to this auspicious day.
No celebration is complete without some good eats. Create a sumptuous spread with lots of joy, pomp, love and a few festive flavors.
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2 Tbsp butter
100 gms sevai/ Vermicelli
25 gms cashew nuts
25 gms pistachios
25 gms raisins
600 ml milk-2 ½ cups
3 Tbsp sugar (or to taste)
5 green cardamom cloves
Saffron, a pinch
In a pan, fry butter and sewai together.
In a different pan, boil milk, sugar and smashed green cardamoms.
Add the fried sewai, pista and raisins mix into the milk pan. Combine ingredients together and add saffron.
Add a little extra milk to loosen the dish, towards the end.
Key Ingredients: Vermicelli, Sugar, Green Cardamom, Butter, Cashew Nuts, Almonds, Raisins, Saffron