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Vermicelli custard or Semaiya custard is a simple and delicious milk pudding recipe made from vermicelli and custard powder. A spoonful of this classic one-pot Indian dessert will give you a taste of aromatic flavours of Indian Kheer mixed with the freshness of fruits and the nuttiness of dry fruits.
Our Vermicelli custard recipe is simple to make and can be put together in minutes. It can be the perfect end to your family dinner, a great conversation starter for your friends’ get-together, an ideal way to satiate your sweet cravings, , or can also add the sweetness for your Ramadan moments.
Our Semaiya custard recipe is a delectable crossover of creamy and flavourful Kheer or classic Indian pudding and fruit custard. It will remind you of the royal rice pudding. It is made from three ingredients- Semaiya, custard powder, and condensed milk. Many people also use cardamom powder and saffron to enhance the recipe’s flavour.
With each bite of our Vermicelli custard recipe, you will get a rich, cream-like texture of Kheer and custard and the irresistible freshness of fruits- a mingle of different flavours in a single dish.
The traditional method of making Vermicelli custard at home can take up to an hour or more. But with condensed milk, you can make this recipe in minutes because it already contains cooked milk and sugar, which reduces the cooking time.
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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.
To serve Vermicelli Custard, add some of your favourite fruits to the serving dish before filling it up with Vermicelli Custard. Finally, top with additional fruits, such as dry fruits, glazed cherries, and candied fruits.
Many prefer eating chilled Vermicelli custard. However, there is no instruction for eating this popular Indian sweet dish. You can choose what suits you best.
Vermicelli, made of semolina, is gluten-free with a low glycaemic index. It is also fat and cholesterol free.