Saturday, 24 November 2012

Sheerqorma / vermicelli pudding

Sheerqorma / sheer korma / vermicelli pudding  is a traditional preparation made on the festival of Eid-ul-fitr. It is served after eid prayers and throughout the day to the family and guests.
Its always my mum or my elder sis who makes this delicacy but this time I decided to make it, after all I'm a big girl now ...lol...So with assistance of my lil sis finally I prepared it .Everybody enjoyed it thoroughly and I was really happy cuz this was the first time I made it and was successful in pleasing everyone..yeah!
So here is an authentic version of this delicacy loaded with lots of dry fruits and of course love.





 Ingredients :

  1.  Vermicelli -  1 pack
  2.  Milk - 1  1/2 ltr
  3.  Sugar - 3 cups
  4.  Pure ghee - 2 tbsp
  5.  Cardamom - 4-5 (powdered)
  6.  Almonds - 1 cup (slivered)
  7.  Cashew nuts - 1 cup (slivered)
  8.  Pistachio -  1/2 cup (slivered)
  9.  Dates - 1/2 cup (chopped ) 
  10. Milkmaid - 2 tbsp (optional )

 Method :

  1. Heat pure ghee / oil in a deep pan on medium heat , add the vermicelli and fry till it turns golden brown, do not  burn it.
  2.  Remove and keep aside.

 





3. To the remaining ghee add 1 ltr of water , let it come to boil.
4. Now add the vermicelli and let it cook for few minutes.
5. When the vermicelli is soft and done add the sugar and mix well.
6. Cook for another 1-2 minutes till the sugar dissolves completely .



 7. Then add the milk and mix gently.
8. Now add cardamom powder, simmer and cook for about 2 minutes .
9. Add the milkmaid if u desire more sweetness. Mix well.







10. Add the toasted dry fruits (almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios ).
11. Add the chopped dates and Serve it hot.

























                                    Enjoy and Good luck :)

 

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10 comments:

Swasthi Blank said...

yum and delicious sheerqorma!

Shabbu said...

Delicious..love this..

Roha said...

My Favorited looks yum yum :)

Kitchen Queen said...

My favorite kheer.
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Priya said...

Rich looking kheer makes me drool.

divya said...

ohhh....such a yummy recipe ...love it

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

That sounds different from how I make it, yummy dessert!

Veena Theagarajan said...

simple and yet delicious dessert. Addition of Dates is so good
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Vidya said...

Lovely kheer..very inviting.
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Asiya Omar said...

Wow! Looks yummy.

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