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There are many, many versions of Seviyan (& spelling), you will find it differs from house to house & of course there are regional variations. Seviyan is the name of the toasted vermicelli used to make sweets aswell as savoury dishes in countries such as Pakistan & India. It is eaten throughout the year but comes into it's own during Ramadan. This is great fro Suhor (the morning meal before dawn) or as a desset after Iftar (the evening meal). I also like to make this a little drier & reduce the sugar somewhat. Recently I discovered that it's fun to swap the almonds & pistachios for a handful of prepared 'tropical fruit & nut mix' like you find in the health food shops & supermarkets). Seviyan is easy to find in most Asian supermarkets as well as the international isle in your regular supermarket - where it'll be sold as Pakistani Vermicelli. I most recently bought mine from Tesco in the UK - 2 packs for 50p
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Serving Size: 1 (220 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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