Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Seyun (Sindhi Sevai) - Sweet Vermicilli

Hello Friends,


Here is something that I had bookmarked and had to try it out immediately. Today is usually the day when I make something sweet in the morning/evening (worshiping Hanuman). I know that this is a breakfast dish, but I enjoyed it as my prasadam/dessert.
It is called Seyun, which is basically Sindhi Sevai or what some would call Sweet Vermicilli. But, it is made differently than how we usually make sevai with milk. I used this recipe from Vaishali. I liked how quickly I could make it, almost immediately and loved it. This will be made again and again in my house from now on. Thanks Vaishali :)


This is my submission to Bookmarked Recipes - Every Tuesday (Volume 42) event of Aipi and Mine.

That's all for now. Take care till next post.

31 comments:

Kurinji said...

Very tempting recipe and picture too.
Kurinjikathambam

Umm Mymoonah said...

It does looks like a delicious dessert, yumm.

Radhika said...

Prasad or breakfast Priya, the click is so tempting. like to make a grab.

sonu said...

sweet vermicilli looks super delicious..yumm

Mélange said...

Tempting with colour..lovely .

PriyaVaasu said...

Looks Delicious Priya!!!!never tried them!!! Bookmarking ur Bookmarked recipe!!!! :)

Priya said...

Ur picture itself makes me drool,cant wait to try..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

This sindhi version of vermicelli looks yummy

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Prathibha said...

Nice semiya..looks yummm

Prathibha said...

Nice semiya sweet..looks yumm

notyet100 said...

umm this looks delicious,..-)

Babli said...

Vermicili looks wonderful, yummy and tempting.

Suja said...

Drooling..delicious dessert.

Raksha said...

this is very nice. Loved this.

Anjali Bapna Shukla said...

This one has always been my favorite and we generally have it as a midnight timepass... :)

Sensible Vegetarian said...

This looks so delicious. Feel like grabbing the bowl.

G.Pavani said...

yummy n tempting vermicilli..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Yeah dear you can have stuffed okra fry as an appetizer also. We Bengalis are big fan of mustard seeds. In this particular recipe i have made a paste of yellow mustard seeds

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Nitha said...

That looks interesting...

Rumana Rawat said...

Yummy :)

Ms.Chitchat said...

Very different from the regular sevai kheer,looks tasty.

Now Serving said...

I have had this on many an occasion! Yours looks absolutely FABULOUS and Tempting!

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

looks very delicious and wonderful !!

divya said...

Mouthwatering here, super delicious sweet,yumm!

SouthIndianHome said...

Looks delicious and yummy
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Joanne said...

This looks so good! I would eat it as dessert as well!

Swathi said...

Sindhi sweet looks delicious. Love take a bite.

Mugdha said...

looks so delicious. Feel like grabbing it..:)
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aipi said...

Hey girl ~ I totally love experimenting with different cuisines and you made me realize that sindhi cuisine being so close to home I have not tried it yet. Hubby has a sweet tooth and should totally like this one. Will get to it soon.
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Hari Chandana said...

Wow.. looks so delicious and tempting.. very nice picture.. thanks for sharing dear :)
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Krishnaveni said...

as always beautiful picture, delicious and i like those almonds too, yumm

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