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Vermicelli Kheer (Vermicelli Pudding)

This is a traditional Indian pudding made during special and auspicious occasions. The saffron, cardamom and nutmeg give it a beautiful flavour and will remind you of India.

Prep time: 45 Minutes
Moderately Easy
Serves 4
  1. Heat the ghee in a non-stick pan on medium heat. Add the broken vermicelli and sauté till it turns golden brown.
  2. Pour in the milk and cook the vermicelli, stirring continuously till the milk starts to boil. Reduce the heat.
  3. Once the vermicelli becomes soft add the condensed milk and cook on low heat for 10 minutes, continuously stirring the mixture.
  4. Turn off the heat and add the Spice Drops®. Mix well. If the kheer seems too thick, add a bit of milk
  5.  Garnish with the almond and pistachio flakes and serve.
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