Pakistani Traditional Sheer Khorma (Seviyan) Recipe – A 20-Minutes Cook!

May 20, 2022

Pakistani Traditional Sheer Khorma (Seviyan) Recipe – A 20-Minutes Cook!

0 Comments  /  Jump to Recipe

Sheer Khorma is a creamy dessert made with vermicelli (Seviyan), almonds, dried dates, and milk. On special occasions, it is a traditional Muslim breakfast as well as a celebratory dessert. It originated in Hyderabad, India, and Pakistan, its neighbouring nation, embraced this savoury treat, which has now become their favourite. It is best served hot. So, if you have Pakistani friends, have them treat you to Sheer Khorma at least once. Follow this Sheer Khorma (Seviyan) Recipe to learn how to make The Best Pakistani Traditional Home-made Sheer Khorma at home.

 

Seviyan Intro:

 

sheer korma recipe

 

The term ‘Seviyan’ refers to the South Asian-style vermicelli noodle that is used to produce a variety of sweets. Sukhi Seviyan can be made dry or with milk (Doodh Seviyan/Seviyan Kheer or Sheer Khurma). In this usage, Seviyan refers to a milk-based toasted vermicelli pudding.

 

Seviyan To Sheer Khorma (Seviyan) Recipe:

 

Sheer Khurma is a milk-based toasted vermicelli pudding that is frequently flavoured with dried dates, almonds, and other ingredients.

Sheer means milk in Farsi (Persian), while khurma means dates. It’s no wonder, given the name and opulent toppings, that Sheer Khurma has Persian origins and developed into the vermicelli form we know today.

 

 

Difference Between Sheer Kurma & Seviyan:

 

The key distinction is that Sheer Khurma is more sophisticated in its use of luxuries such as dates and nuts, whilst Seviyan is more straightforward in its procedure and ingredients. However, each household’s understanding of these foods differs.

 

Our Best Pakistani Sweet Dish-Pakistani Jalebie Recipe

 

Ingredients With Using-Tips for Sheer Khorma (Seviyan) Recipe:

 

 

  • Pakistani or Indian vermicelli (Seviyan) — This dish requires South Asian vermicelli made particularly for Seviyan/Sheer Khurma. It has a more delicate texture than other vermicelli kinds of pasta. Ahmed Foods, National, and Shan are a few brands I’m familiar with. They’re commonly referred to as ‘Roasted Vermicelli,’ but we’ll toast them nonetheless. (See below for instructions on how to utilise gluten-free rice vermicelli.)
  • Whole milk — I didn’t get a chance to test dairy-free alternatives, but I believe coconut milk would complement the tastes wonderfully.

 

  • Heavy whipping cream Heavy whipping cream, often known as Double Cream in the UK, is the secret ingredient that allows you to prepare a rapid Sheer Khurma. Without the cream, you’d have to spend time decreasing the milk to provide depth. I’ve given a measurement of 1 1/4 cup, but you may experiment to get your optimum creamy ratio. If you want it lighter (or don’t want to use more than an 8 oz package of heavy whipping cream), try 1 cup, or up to 1 1/2 cup if you want it richer.

I used just enough butter, ghee, or oil to coat the Seviyan while toasting it. If you use ghee, keep in mind that it may rise to the top of the Sheer Khurma.

 

Sheer Khorma Recipe

Green cardamom pods – I don’t like biting into cardamom seeds in my Seviyan, so I used a lot of the pods to flavour and fragrance it. I crack a couple open to get the flavour.

  • Sugar or sweetener of choice – The sugar amount I’ve included is the amount you’ll need if you use 1 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream. Increase the sugar to taste if you use an extra 1/4 cup.
    Blanched, slivered almonds — I purchase these already prepared, but you can make them yourself:

 

Rosewater and Kewra water are both diluted extracts that provide a lovely scent to the final meal. Because the intensity of each brand varies, adjust to taste.

 

How To Cook Sheer Korma?

 

  1. Boil milk – In a nonstick saucepan, boil the milk and heavy whipping cream. Bring to a boil before lowering it to a simmer. (Don’t worry, the milk will not stick if you use a nonstick pan.)
  2. Toast Seviyan – Toast the vermicelli and cardamom pods together for around 5 minutes. The colour should shift dramatically without being burned.
  3. Combine – Add the toasted vermicelli, sugar, and any desired add-ins to the boiling milk.
  4. Bring to a boil – Increase the heat and bring the mixture to a boil. Stir continually for 5-6 minutes, or until the sauce begins to thicken. You’re cooking the Seviyan and decreasing the milk at the same time. The crucial thing to remember here is to cease boiling when the mixture becomes runnier than you desire. When you remove the pan from the heat, some vermicelli will climb to the top and remain there.
  5. Finally, decorate with nuts and rose or kewra water.

 

How Add Dry Fruits In Sheer Korma?

 

I tried adding dried dates (chuware) and was pleasantly delighted to find that I liked them. They give Sheer Khurma a sweet, subtle taste. If you want to include them, follow these steps:

  • Soak 6-7 dried dates (35-40 grammes) in water overnight.
  • Drain, pit, and slice them to the size you want. (It’ll be approximately a third of a cup)
  • Melt ghee or butter in a medium pan over medium heat. Toast for 7-8 minutes, stirring frequently, until crisp.
  • Add them to the milk as it starts to boil, or with the Seviyan and other ingredients.

 

I’ve made it easy and kid-friendly, but Sheer Khurma may be as complex as you want it to be. Here are several add-ins that are common across areas. With the exception of saffron, most of them are normally soaked, and then roasted with ghee before being added to the boiling milk.

Serving of Sheer Korma:

 

Sheer Khurma is often ladled into bowls from a deep dish. I prefer it cold, but I believe it would be delicious served warm in the winter.

 

The Best Water Bottles on Amazon

 

This recipe has no ratings just yet.

Pakistani Sheer Khorma Recipe - Home Made

May 20, 2022
: 5
: 15 min
: 20 min
: 35 min
: Low Difficulty Level

Sheer signifies milk in Persian, while Khorma denotes dried dates. Sheer Khorma, also known as Sheer Khurma, is a delicious creamy dessert made with vermicelli, almonds, and dried dates. It is mostly prepared during Eid festivities. As a breakfast or dessert, it can be served warm or cold.

By:

Ingredients
  • 1-liter Milk
  • 1/2 tbsp Cardamon Sugar
  • 10-15 Dry Dates, Sliced
  • 1/2 Cup Pistachio, Chopped
  • For Vermechilli
  • 1/2 Ghee
  • 250 Gram Vermicille
  • For Garnish
  • 10-12 Almonds
  • 10-12 Pistachio
  • 4-5 Dry Dates, Sliced
Directions
  • Step 1 In a medium saucepan, heat the milk over medium heat. Once warm, whisk in the cardamom powder and sugar.
  • Step 2 Then cook for 5-10 minutes on low heat.
  • Step 3 Heat ghee in a frying pan and toast the vermicelli.
  • Step 4 Cook them in boiling milk after they have been roasted.
  • Step 5 Cook until the dried dates are soft.
  • Step 6 Then toss in the chopped pistachio for 2 minutes.
  • Step 7 Serve garnished with almonds, pistachios, and dried dates.
  • Step 8 Enjoy! Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

 


Related Posts

Pakistani Jalebis Recipe & More

Pakistani Jalebis Recipe & More

Pakistani Jalebi is one of the famous and delicious sweet dishes, not only in Pakistan but also in many other regions of the world. It is a local sweet dish that is made with deep-fried Maida and then deep into the sugar syrup. This dish […]

Home Made Special Pakistani Suji Ka Halwa Recipe – A 15-Minute Cook!

Home Made Special Pakistani Suji Ka Halwa Recipe – A 15-Minute Cook!

Suji ka halwa is a traditional Pakistani confection made of fine semolina (SUJI) or cream of wheat (SUJI), sugar, ghee, almonds, and cardamom powder. This sweet is known as SUJI KA HALWA in Pakistani Dessert cuisine. Suji and Sooji are all names for semolina. This […]



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.