A-Grade prepares Seviyan (or Vermicelli) from high-standard refined flour or Maida. Vermicelli is similar in appearance to noodles but is much thinner. And are a form of rice noodles. We often call them rice noodles or rice sticks.
Vermicelli does not have much flavor of its own, but when we cook it with other ingredients, it readily absorbs its flavors. Due to the lack of any particular taste, we can add it to any dish for an exotic touch.
We often prepare Seviyan on the festivals of Diwali and Eid. Many people also consume it as breakfast (Santhakai) in Southern India.
- Seviyan is low in fat and cholesterol.
- It is very light in sodium.
- It is rich in carbohydrates that are essential for energy production in the body.