Spread the peeled chironji on a plate and allow it to dry for some time.
Ina pan, heat 3/4 cup of ghee, sauté slivered almonds, pistas, chirongi until it just picks up golden colour, but not burnt.
Immediately take it out on to a plate and set aside.
In a same pan, add dates and fry for few seconds until aromatic, ensure it does not burn. Take it oit and keep it aside.
Add fine vermicelli and roast until just golden and aromatic.
Carefully keep an eye, as fine vermicelli tends to burn fast. Take it out and set aside.
Pour milk in a large heavy bottom pot and place in on the stove top.
Bring the milk to a boil and then simmer on low heat for 10 minutes
Then add cardamom powder and simmer for another 5 minutes until aromatic.
Add saffron strands mix and simmer for 10 minutes.
Now, add fried dry fruits, dates, vermicelli, sugar and mix.
Simmer for another 10 minutes atleast. I usually prefer a little longer simmer time (20 minutes) after adding all the ingredients until it turns creamish in colour for the best sheer khurma taste.
Switch off the heat and prepare for tadka. Heat remaining ghee in a pan and add green cardamom pods, fry for few seconds.
Finally, pour the cardamom tempering over the sheer korma and it is ready to serve