Siwainyyan :)

ghazala zafar By ghazala zafar, 3rd Jan 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/17ole7-./
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Sweets are in demand in winter...
Vermicelli, we name it 'siwaiyyan'
The dish is associated to 'Eid' especially :)

Sheer Khurma

Some times when we add Khurma 'dried dates' siwainyyan can be named Sheer Khurma :))

Ingredients...

1-Vermicelli 'Siwainyan' crushed 1 Cup
2-Almonds, Pistachios & Coconut crushed (all together) 1 cup
3-Dried dates 6/7
4-Cardamom 6/7 seeds
5-Butter/ghee ½ cup
6-Milk 1 liter
7-Condensed milk 1 tin
8-Sugar ¼ cup
9-Saffron 2 pinches

Cooking Process

Heat butter or ghee along with cardamoms on a medium flame in a large pan. after a few seconds add all nuts when it is slightly roasted add all siwainyyan and fry well all together when siwaiyyan smell roasted pour the milk, turn fire to the high flame and after a few seconds of the boil, turn the flame to below medium add saffron ….let it be boiling…
When it will become slightly thick, pour the tin of condensed milk into the siwainyyan
After 10 minutes taste it and add sugar if required.

Nutrition value...

It is a tasty dessert. Nuts, Milk, Saffron, Cardamom, Butter & Vermicelli have high nutrition values so the combination of all these make it rich...It's a favorite dish for all age. Some like it hot and some cold :))

Helping Tips...

If you don't have saffron...leave it
If you want a rich flavor...add some drops of Kewra
Serve it as per your friends' desire... hot or cold :)

Tags

Delicious, Delicious Food, Delicious Sweets, Dessert, Desserts, Sweet, Sweet Dish, Sweets, Vermicelli

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author avatar Denise O
4th Jan 2011 (#)

It sounds darn yummy and so full of flavor. Good recipe my friend. Love the pictures also.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar ghazala zafar
4th Jan 2011 (#)

So sweet of you Denise!
Thank you :)

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author avatar Jerry Walch
4th Jan 2011 (#)

Good recipe but, to be honest, it sounds way too sweet for my taste. I'm really not into sweets.

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author avatar ghazala zafar
4th Jan 2011 (#)

So, you're a salt & sour lover!
Anyway... thanks for stopping by :)

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
4th Jan 2011 (#)

LOVE your use of pictures! Very Different!

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author avatar ghazala zafar
4th Jan 2011 (#)

Hey Mark! thanks a lot for you sweet comment :)

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author avatar F E FITCHETT
5th Jan 2011 (#)

Sounds yummy.

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author avatar Carol
6th Jan 2011 (#)

yummy, sounds verygood. Many thanks

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author avatar ghazala zafar
8th Jan 2011 (#)

Yeah, try it :)

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author avatar LG Hinan
7th Jan 2011 (#)

my wife would love to make this, thanks

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author avatar SiddiQ
8th Jan 2011 (#)

Sawwaiyans really are a good treat for Eid. Well done! However, like Jerry, it's too sweet for me. :(

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author avatar Stable
8th Jan 2011 (#)

wow, this looks really tasty, I'd not heard of it before. Love anything that asks for saffron

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author avatar Sparz
8th Jan 2011 (#)

Mmm mom always makes them for Eid :D

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author avatar Humza
14th Jan 2011 (#)

wow, did u make it/ the pi u hv added??/ wow yummy but i like the dry ones more!!!

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author avatar ghazala zafar
15th Jan 2011 (#)

No Humza...but mine is also similar and my mom used to make 'qiwami' the one you like :)

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author avatar Humza
29th Apr 2011 (#)

where have u been since ages????

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author avatar Retired
15th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing

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author avatar Angelique Newman
26th Jan 2011 (#)

Looks delicious, thanks for sharing :)

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author avatar Dafeenah
6th Mar 2011 (#)

My MIL makes this but hers looks nothing like that. I prefer kheer. Although I might have to give this recipe a try as it looks absolutely yummy

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author avatar Aileen Tecson
29th Mar 2011 (#)

I like to try this at home. sweet :-)

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author avatar Delicia Powers
11th Apr 2011 (#)

Wonderful, thank you...:0)

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author avatar Humza
30th Apr 2011 (#)

here on wikinut we do hv some members who can read urdu as well, why dont u put it here???

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author avatar khael
28th May 2011 (#)

We currently have quite a bit of vermicelli. Looks like I'll be trying this out, with a bit less condensed milk perhaps. Thanks for the recipe! :)

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author avatar Asghar Khan
26th Jun 2011 (#)

Eidul Fitr and Sawayyan... How can I forget those days? :(
Thanks for the share,Ghazala !

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
3rd Oct 2011 (#)

I love your lanuage and your names...........I am delighted to follow you.

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author avatar Bridgitte Williams
13th Oct 2011 (#)

YUM!! :-) Enjoyed. Great photos with.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
14th Oct 2011 (#)

I am an addict of raw almonds. I am sure you can prodce a recipe with these included.

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author avatar Athena
22nd Feb 2012 (#)

Looks like an interesting dish! Thanks!

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