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Seviyan Custard Recipe

Seviyan Custard is a delectable, creamy, and flavourful Indian fusion delicacy that combines vermicelli (Seviyan) with fruit custard. With each spoon of our Seviyan Custard, you'll get a Seviyan pudding with the consistency of custard and the melt-in-your-mouth aromatic flavours of Indian Kheer, as well as the freshness of different fruits. The traditional method of making Seviyan Custard takes up to an hour or more but is quick when using condensed milk. You can now make this simple Seviyan Custard recipe at home as a Diwali treat because it only requires a few ingredients. Learn how to make Seviyan Custard at home using Nestlé MILKMAID.

  • Servings - 10
  • Preparation - 5 Min
  • Cooking - 15 Min


  • ½ tin (200gms)Nestlé MILKMAID
  • 1 ltrNestlé a+ Nourish Milk
  • ½ tspEveryday Ghee
  • 2 tbspChopped Dry fruits
  • 100 gmsThin seviya/semiya
  • 2 tbsp Custard Powder
  • 1 cupFruits

How to make Seviyan Custard

  • Roasts chopped dry fruits in 1/2 tsp ghee for 2 mins. Add ½ cup thin semiya/seviya and roast for another 2-3 mins. Keep it aside, once done
  • Boil the milk and add roasted semiya/seviya & dry fruits mixture to it. Cook on low-medium flame for 2-3 mins. Now add MILKMAID and mix well. 
  • Mix 2 tbsp custard powder in a bowl with ½ cup milk. Add this custard milk in batches to the seviyan prepared above. Cook for 3-4 mins or until it turns thick. Turn off the flame and transfer in a bowl. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours

Pour in a serving bowl/glasses and garnish with some dry fruits, fresh fruits and semiya/seviya. 


Tips on how to make Seviyan Custard

  • Always use cold or room temperature milk to dilute custard powder. If you use hot milk, it will get lumpy.
  • If your custard appears to be dry after cooling it in the fridge, add about 2-3 tablespoons chilled milk and mix well.



  • What fruits can be added to Seviyan Custard?
    You can use any seasonal fruits and berries, such as pears, bananas, apples, mangoes, grapes, kiwi, and pomegranate arils, strawberries, papaya, raspberries, blueberries, chikoo, and cherries. 
  • How to serve Seviyan Custard?
    To serve Seviyan Custard, add some of your favourite fruits to the serving dish before filling it up with Seviyan Custard. Finally, top with additional fruits, such as dry fruits, glazed cherries, and candied fruits.
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