Friday, 5 October 2012

Sabudana Kichadi

Hi Friends ...
        Sago or sabudana looks like pearls (don't think of using it as jewellery LOL),which is cooked in many forms like sabudana kheer, sabudana kichadi, sabudana vada etc...
Sabudana kichadi is very famous in Maharashtra and Gujarat. It is also called as VRAT KA KHANA.....In Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur, it is available as street food. 
Sabudana is rich in carbohydrate but by adding peanuts, it will be rich in proteins too....So Sabudana kichadi is a complete energy giving food for adults and kids.



Ingredients:

1 cup sabudana (sago)
1 boiled and chopped potato
1/2 cup  roasted peanuts (roughly powdered) 
salt to taste
1/4 tsp pepper powder
1 tsp oil
For tadka:
1 tsp cumin seeds
A pinch of hing
1-2 green chilies (finely chopped)
Few fresh coriander leaves (finely chopped)
5-6 fresh curry leaves

Method:
  1. Wash the sabudana till water looks clear, drain off the excess water and   keep it for 6-8 hrs or over night.
  2. Next morning, you will see sabudana is translucent and double the size. Separate the sabudana, in case lumps are there.
  3. Heat oil in a non-stick, add cumin seeds and hing. Add the chopped green chilies and curry leaves and saute for a 3-4 secs.
  4. Now add potato, sabudana, peanuts and dry masalas. Mix well.
  5. Cook the kichadi on low flame for 8-10 mins. Keep stirring in between.
  6. Remove from fire.
  7. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot.
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24 comments:

Meena B said...

my fav sabudhana khichdi. i have fond memories of it and any time i feel i want sabudana i keep it for soaking very early

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supriya kabra said...

its a staple food in mumbai... i just love eating it.. i cook it almost the similar way u have written but i never add hing to it.. this time i vl try with hing... :)

Asmath Nawaz said...

New to me....sounds delicious...

Reva said...

Kichadi looks superb.. simple delectable dish..
Reva

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Adding hing makes a difference ...... Thanks for the comment :-)

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Thanks Meena :-)

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Thanks Reva :-)

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Try this Asmath .... You will like it :-)

PT said...

will surely try it..

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Thanks Preeti :-)

Priya Satheesh said...

Wow...Love this!

Sanoli Ghosh said...

Love this delectable dish. You made very nicely Shruti.

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Vimitha Anand said...

Healthy khichadi

Saraswathi Tharagaram said...

Perfect and delicious Upma..

kitchen queen said...

delicious and awesome sabudana khichdi

Neha said...

Delicious looking saboodana khichidi...

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Tamilarasi Sasikumar said...

Lovely kichadi...looks yum...

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Thanks all :-)

Asiya Omar said...

Looks yummy.Thanks for sharing.

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Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Thanks Asiya :-)

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Divya said...

Making this today for breakfast... :)

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Do tell me how was it ???