June 19, 2015

Badam Sevai Payasam | Almond and vermicelli Kheer or Pudding

Nuts and dry fruits are an integral part of our snack and both kids like it. Sometimes the husband (as all husbands, I think, who love to shop) goes a little overboard with buying these. So, I am literally left with a lot of nuts, and that’s not a nutty feeling J I do end up making pesto sometimes or the microwaved spiced nuts or add them to Ladoos. The elder one celebrated her birthday recently, and keeping in with a subdued celebration (according to her, a bigger party was in order) a Kheer was made for the morning before we went to the temple.  

So made this for a quick sweet treat to end the meal on her birthday. As promised in this week’s theme on BM : just 3 ingredients (excluding salt, sugar, oil) and you have a wonderful treat. Hope you enjoyed the series with Amrud ka Panha, Morkali and today’s Badam Sevai Kheer.


Prep time : 10 min, cook time : 15 mins, Serves : 4
Course : Dessert, Indian Sweets
Shelf life: Can be stored in the refrigerator up to 3 days : Micro the required quantity only for 15-20 seconds before use if consuming on the subsequent days.

To make:
  • Roasted Semia/ Sevai /Vermicelli – ½ cup
  • Ghee – ½ tsp
  • Condensed Milk – ¼ cup (Adjust to taste)
  • Almond Meal – ¼ cup (roasted almond slightly powdered with a dash of cardamom and saffron)


How to :
  1. In a pan, add the ghee and the roasted vermicelli. Sauté for 1 min, add ½ cup of water and close and cook for 8-10 mins till fully done.
  2. Now Add the condensed milk, almond meal and mix well.
  3. Keep stirring till you get the required consistency.
  4. Serve warm or cold or at room temperature.


17 comments:

  1. Aw can have this kheer anytime Kalyani..looks so nicely clicked!

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  2. I too alike throwing some nut meal to kheer to give it a nice texture. Kheer looks sinful..

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  3. Very rich looking payasam..love that beautiful texture, delicious definitely.

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  4. Such a luscious keer Kalyani.Love the last pic- so festive!

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  5. Such a nice and rich payasam.

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  6. Lovely Kheer Kalyani. Wish your daughter a belated birthday.

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  7. hearty and delicious kheer..love the look of it..

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  8. Addition of almond meal to the semya must make it so creamy and delicious. Will have to try your version some time.

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  9. I usually never make kheer without any nuts in..This is one of our fav kheers

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  10. Tempting Kheer! Would love to have some of this creamy and nutty Kheer.

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  11. Love the idea of using almond meal in the payasam. Gives it a nuttiness and an awesome flavor.

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  12. This is one tempting kheer.

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  13. Awesome idea to add almond meal to vermicelli payasam ! Makes it richer and creamier....super.

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  14. Rich and creamy kheer!! Looks delicious! !

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  15. Very rich and delicious desert bowl.

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Cheers
Kalyani

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