Sabudana khichdi is an easy, light and healthy breakfast recipe. It usually made during fasting days like shravan month, navratri , shivratri. This dish made with tapioca pearls(sabudana/sago), peanuts, potato and few spices. Sabudana khichdi is most popular and common recipe make on fasting days and it is my favourate fasting food and i always love it. It is prepared in so many different ways. My Daawat is sharing simple sabudana khichdi recipe with you.
1 cup tapioca pearls(sabudana).
1 medium size potato(aloo).
½ cup dry roasted peanuts(moongfali dana).
1 finely chopped green chilli(hari mirch).
1 tsp cumin seeds(jeera).
1 tsp sugar.
1 tsp lemon juice.
½ tsp turmeric powder(haldi).
1 tbsp oil(bada chammach).
How to cook Sabudana Khichdi Recipe
1 . Firstly wash tapioca pearls(sabudana/sago) with water.
2 . Now soak fully in water for 15-20 minutes and remove extra water ,cover it and keep overnight.
3 . After that add sugar and keep aside.
4 . Boil the potato ,peel and chop it.
5 . Now take peanuts in a grinder and semi grind it.
6 . Now heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds allow to crackle .
7 . Now add green chili(hari mirch) and sauté for a minute on medium flame .
8 . Now add potato, semi grinded peanuts, salt and turmeric powder(optional if you are making for fast then ignore it) saute for a minute.
9 . Now add the sabudana and stir well on low flame for 1-2 minutes.
10. Now off the flame and cover it,keep aside for 5-7 minutes.
11. Now garnish with coriander leaves and add lemon juice.
12. Serve hot and delicious sabudana khichdi with curd.
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