Khara Semiyah with Keema | How to make Khara Semiyah with Keema
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About Khara Semiyah with Keema Recipe
Khara Semiyah is a popular savory dish from Bangalore made with either thin semiyah/ sevaih or thick roasted vermicelli. In this dish I have used thick roasted vermicelli. The red shade in the dish comes from tomato puree and chilly powder. At home we roast vermicelli in bulk and stock them for later use. Comes handy when you want to churn out a quick fix dish. Khara Semiyah can be prepared in both veg or non veg versions. Both taste absolute good.
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Ingredients to make Khara Semiyah with Keema
- Semiya/ vermicelli - 200grams
- - 1
- - 3
- leaves - few
- garlic paste - 1/2 tspn
- Keema - 100 to 150 grams
- powder - 1/2 to 1tspn
- Green - less than 100 grams
- - 1
- Garam - little
- or lemon juice - 3tspns or 1/2lime
- according to taste.
How to make Khara Semiyah with Keema
My Tip:Spices can be varied according to individuals taste. Water must be adjusted accordingly. Vermicelli can be fried in bulk and stored for later use.