Sweet Sheer Khurma in Earthenware

Sheer Khurma Cuisine Canvas

Make this Eid extra special with these rich, flavourful dessert glasses of Sheer Khurma. This hand-me-down recipe is made just the way our grandmothers did it back in the day using earthenware! Enjoy this dessert guilt-free for it is packed with calcium, potassium, protein and omega-3.

  • Prep Time : 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 10 mins
  • Difficulty Level: Beginner

INGREDIENTS:

  • Full fat Milk:  750ml
  • Sabja/ Basil Seeds: 1/3 Cup
  • Vermicelli: 1 Cup
  • Clarified Butter/ Ghee: 3 Tbsp
  • Chopped Cashews: 3 – 4 Tsp
  • Raisins: 3 – 4 Tsp
  • Thinly sliced Almonds: 3 Tsp
  • Thinly sliced Pistachios: 3 Tsp
  • Green Cardamom/Elaichi Powder: 1/2 tsp
  • Sugar: As needed

METHOD:

A sweet milk dessert made in earthenware
  • Preheat your earthen pot for half a minute on a low flame. Add milk and stir occasionally. Bring milk to a boil. You may observe the milk rise and become foamy. Let the milk simmer on a low flame for about 1/2 a minute. Add about 1/2 a cup of vermicelli and Sabja seeds. Stir the concoction and turn off the flame.
  • In a separate earthen wok roast chopped cashews and raisins as shown in the video for not more than 30 seconds. Keep it aside.
  • In the same wok add additional clarified butter to roast vermicelli till it turns soft and changes colour to a dark beige. Add almonds and pistachios and stir roast them for another 20 seconds.
  • Add the milk concoction to the wok of roasted vermicelli, almonds and pistachios. Add sugar as per preference with a dash of green cardamom/elaichi powder for flavour. Stir.
  • Mix roasted raisins and cashews in the prepared Sheer Khurma. Turn off the flame. Serve.

This delicacy is best enjoyed hot.


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