Coconut Sevai is a popular south Indian breakfast which is also known as Thengai Sevai or Thengai Idiyappam. In certain parts of south India this dish is also called as Sevai Upma. Coconut Sevai is a very simple dish made with rice vermicelli roasted in ghee and other Indian spices. It is often served with coconut or tomato or ginger chutney and/ or pickles. The key ingredient is the Rice Sevai or rice vermicilli ( also called as rice string hoppers) which is commonly available in Indian/Asian grocery shops. Most of the other ingredients are available in Indian grocery shops.Please try this recipe and if you like it, please share with your friends. I would appreciate if you can leave your feedback with any suggestions and comments.
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