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Sabudana Khichdi For Diabetic Patients



Sabhudana Khichdi

This khichidi is prepared from sago which is tapioca starch or cassava starch white granules, available in three sizes - small, medium and large. Very light and easy to digest, and is said to be good for diabetic patients.

Sabudana khichidi, a vrat ka khana (fasting food) and popular breakfast food, purely because of its simplicity and flavor. Softened medium sized sago pearls (sabudana/saggubiyyam/saboonari/javarisi) are combined with coarsely powdered roasted peanuts and sugar and constantly tossed in a seasoning of curry leaves, green chillis and cumin on a low heat. Potatoes are also added to enhance the flavor. Simple hearty food at its best that is flavorful and filling!

Sabhudana Khichidi Recipe

Preparation: 20 mts, standing time to soften sago - overnight

Serves 3-4 persons

Cuisine: Maharastrian

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Ingredients:

 

1 cup sago (medium size pearls) wash, drain and let it stand overnight

1/2 cup coarsely pound roasted peanuts

1 tbsp sugar (adjust)

salt to taste

1 tsp oil

1 tbsp ghee

For poppu/tempering/tadka:

1 tsp cumin seeds

3-4 green chillis, finely chopped

10-12 fresh curry leaves

1 Wash the sago thoroughly, drain off the water and let it stand over night. Next day morning, run your fingers through the sago pearls and loosen the lumps if any. The sago should appear clear, translucent, swelled up and separate pearls.
2 Combine coarsely pounded roasted peanuts, sugar and salt to the sago and keep aside.
3 Heat both oil and ghee together and once hot, add cumin seeds and let them brown a bit. Add the chopped green chillis and curry leaves and toss for a few seconds till the flavors come out but don’t burn them.
4 Finally add the sago-peanut mixture and combine well with the seasoning on low heat and toss the sago mixture continously for 8-9 mts. Serve hot.

Sabudana (Sago) Khichdi

Note:

Check if the sago has softened by pressing between the thumb and forefinger. If you find that the centre (core) is still hard, sprinkle some water and let it stand for a little while before cooking. Don’t ever cover the vessel during the cooking process since you might end up with a rubbery thick mass of khichdi. Add grated coconut towards the end of cooking process or a dash of lime for variation. If using potatoes, chop them into small cubes, add them after the seasoning and fry for about 8-10 mts until almost cooked and then add the sago-peanut mixture.

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This article was published on Friday 19 September, 2008.



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