Beetroot Vermicelli Kheer Recipe | Beetroot Semiya payasam | Beetroot Kheer with step by step photos .I tried this kheer keeping in my in to make my daughter eat beetroot. I made a fusion of Vermicelli Kheer and Beetroot halwa to prepare this yummy kheer. Beetroot has a pretty pink colour which makes everyone fall for it, however when cooked and to feed as a vegetable many kids, even my grown up kid (hubby) sometimes find it difficult. So this beetroot vermicelli is one of my project to feed them beetroot and it was a super success.
2.In the same pan add the grated beetroot and cook till the raw smell leaves. Remove from the pan and allow it to cool down. In a blender add the beetroot along with 2 tbsp of milk and grind it to a fine puree.
3.In the same pan add in the vermicelli and roast for 2 mins in low flame. Next add in the Milk and cook till the vermicelli is cooked completely.
4.After that add the beetroot puree and Sugar to the pan.
5.Mix well and cook in a low flame for 5 mins. Add in the Cardamom powder and ghee roasted cashews and raisins and switch off the stove. Beetroot vermicelli kheer is now ready.
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Beetroot Vermicelli Kheer | Beetroot Semiya payasam
Standard 1 cup measures 240 ml
- Grated Beetroot – ¼ cup
- Vermicelli – ¼ cup
- Milk – 3 cup + 2 tbsp
- Sugar – ½ cup
- Ghee – 2 tbsp
- Cashew nuts – 6
- Raisins – 6
- Cardamom Powder – ½ tsp
- In a pan add in the ghee roast the cashew nuts and raisins till golden brown and remove from the pan.
- In the same pan add the grated beetroot and cook till the raw smell leaves. Remove from the pan and allow it to cool down. In a blender add the beetroot along with 2 tbsp of milk and grind it to a fine puree.
- In the same pan add in the vermicelli and roast for 2 mins in low flame. Next add in the Milk and cook till the vermicelli is cooked completely.
- After that add the beetroot puree and Sugar to the pan.
- Mix well and cook in a low flame for 5 mins. Add in the Cardamom powder and ghee roasted cashews and raisins and switch off the stove. Beetroot vermicelli kheer is now ready.
Wow ! How innovative ! Two in one kheer ! I love the idea of adding Beetroot purée to the kheer along with vermicelli , it’s giving it such a pretty Color besides making it healthy . Bookmarked !
How catchy and delightful this kheer looks, wish i get some to enjoy rite now. And that mild rose colour from beets makes this kheer more pleasing.
Fusion cooking at its best !!! Love the idea of adding beetroot puree in vermicelli kheer !!! Sounds delicious,Sharmila.
Sema pa... fusion of beetroot halwa and semiya paayasam. Super combination and as you mentioned that color is very catch. I am sure everyone will start eating beets with this kheer.
The kheer looks awesome Sharmila. Love the pinkish hue of the kheer and this is a great way of including beets in recipes..
Fantastic idea of adding beetroot here! Semiya kheer is a go-to kheer in our families. Whenever the craving strikes, that is what I make 🙂 Next time I shall try sneaking in some beetroot !
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What a fab color, looks delicious!!! I make this often, but i add cook beets in milk directly and blend, will try this method next time!!!
What a lovely looking kheer this is. Adding beets makes it so nutritious and adds such pretty pink color. Lovely kheer for sure.
That surely is such an innovative dish Sharmila..the kheer looks fantastic!
A healthy kheer with both vermicelli and beetroot. Love that idea. It must have been so filling and delicious.
wow such an luscious kheer and fantastic combo sharmila. these look so divine, loving the natural colors oozing out from the beets to make this kheer taste and look so yummy !!! wonderful recipe there !!
What an innovative recipe and the beets give the kheer such a beautiful color. I am always scared to use vegetables in my dessert. This is a great one to try to get over the fear.
Beets gave a beautiful color to the vermicelli kheer and made the humble kheer a star dessert.
It had never occurred to me to sneak in beetroot to a kheer recipe. It adds lovely color besides nutrition.
Very healthy and colorful kheer recipe.
Lovely shade of pink. I need to try this as this is one way to get my lil one to eat beetroot!