Celebrate Eid with luscious recipes of Sewaiyan 
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Celebrate Eid with luscious recipes of Sewaiyan 

Homemade mithai is essential to any festivity

Celebrate Eid with luscious recipes of Sewaiyan 

Ultimately the day which has been long waited has arrived and now it is the time to celebrate Eid. Everyone is really busy with festival’s preparations at present and no celebration can ever be completed without the special homemade mithai. Sweet vermicelli dish is a very well-liked item during the Eid celebration and a few delicious dishes like dried sewaiyaan or milk sewaiyaan are very much admired . You may make delicious vermicelli very easily at home..

Dried Sewaiyaan

Credit - Dassana's veg recipes


1/2 cup pistas
1/2 cup almond
1 packet Vermicelli/ sewaiyaan
1 cup milk
1 cup of sugar syrup
1 pinch of saffron
A pinch of cardamom powder
Handful of Khoya


Almonds and pistas should be blanched in water. They'll become pliable, making it simpler to remove their outer layers.

Boil them for around 45 seconds in a pan.

Cook the vermicelli in the ghee till it turns a nice golden brown color.

Take the pan off the heat and set it aside once you're finished.

Put the milk to boil in a separate pan. Bring the milk to a boil, then stir in the sugar syrup.

Grate the khoya very finely, and then stir it into the milk. Keep cooking until a thick paste forms.

Then, once the 5 minutes are up, add the roasted nuts and eliachi powder.
Sprinkle grated khoya over top and savor.

Milk Sewaiyaan


2 tbsp butter
100-gram sewaiyaan
25-gram cashew nuts
25-gram almonds
25-gram raisins
600 ml of milk
3 tbsp sugar
5 green elaichi
A pinch of saffron


Brown sewaiyaan by roasting it in melted butter.

We'll be throwing in some nuts, raisins, and cashews now. Cook them in the oven until they reach a golden brown color.

In a second pot, bring the milk, sugar, and chopped green eliachi to a boil.

The milk should have the roasted sewaiyaan blend added to it. Blend effectively.

The sewaiyaan needs to be cooked for 15 minutes over a medium-low heat.

You can always add more milk if it dries out. Mash some khoya and use it as a garnish.