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Vermicelli and Cornflakes Kheer Recipes

Updated on February 18, 2014
Vermicelli Kheer
Vermicelli Kheer

Vermicelli Kheer Preparation

Vermicelli Kheer or Semiya Payasam is a sweet dish which is made in every Indian household for special occasions like birthdays, weddings or other festive occasions.


1 Cup good Quality Cut Vermicelli
1/2 litre milk
1 tsp ghee
1 tsp Powdered Cardamom
Cashews and Raisins
1 pinch salt

Method of Preparation

Fry the cashews and raisins in ghee until golden brown and keep aside. Heat ghee in a Kadai and fry the Vermicelli till golden Brown. Add half the milk to the Kadai and allow the vermicelli to cook. Once done add the rest of the milk and let it simmer on medium heat until the milk starts to condense. Add sugar, salt and powdered Cardamom and keep stirring on low heat. Add the cashews and raisins and mix well. Serve hot or chilled.

Cornflakes Kheer
Cornflakes Kheer

Cornflakes Kheer Recipe

Cornflakes Kheer is a favourite with Children. I tasted this recipe when i visited a friends house and liked it very much. Hope you would like it too.


  • Cornflakes 1 Cup
  • Milk 3 Cups
  • Sugar 50 grams
  • Coconut Milk 1 Cup
  • Cardamom Powder 1 pinch
  • Cashews roasted in Ghee

Method of Preperation

Cook the Cornflakes in milk. Once done add Cardamom powder, Sugar and Coconut milk and cook for another 10 minutes. After that add the Cashews roasted in ghee to the kheer and remove from flame. Allow to cool and serve chilled.

Vermicelli Kheer (Semiya Payasam) Preperation Video

4 stars from 3 ratings of Kheer Recipes


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    8 years ago

    In every sites,in all recipe, they mention the quantity in terms of "cup". what exactly the size of the cup?

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    10 years ago

    Semiya Payasam Vermicelli Kheer recipe

    Great insight~~~!!!

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    Kavitha Rajeev Kumar 

    10 years ago from India

    You can also add saffron dissolved in little warm milk to the kheer for variation of flavour, color and taste.


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