Roasted vermicelli is a type of pasta made from wheat flour that has been roasted until it turns golden brown. Vermicelli is thin and long, resembling spaghetti, and is often used in a variety of Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Roasting vermicelli gives it a nutty and toasty flavor, which makes it a popular ingredient in many savory and sweet dishes.It is commonly used in Indian cuisine to make a variety of dishes, including upma, a breakfast dish made from roasted vermicelli cooked with vegetables and spices, and kheer, a dessert made from roasted vermicelli cooked in milk with sugar and cardamom. It is also used in Middle Eastern cuisine to make a traditional dessert called kunafa, which consists of roasted vermicelli layered with sweet cheese and soaked in syrup.
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Origin : India