Sabudana Khichdi on one rainy day

One more favorite from India. It makes a wonderful breakfast and is extensively used during fasts in India. Credit to the original blogger.

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One rainy venture

 

What would you do when bright and sunny day transitions into cold cloudy and rainy evening? Yesterday was one such day and we lazed, gossiped had hearty laughs, rolled on bed, played pranks on each other and yes!!! We cooked together.

Our maiden venture together is now being presented to you

Sabudana Khichdi

 

1 ½ cups sabudana or sago

¾ th cup curds

1 medium potato peeled and finely diced

1 ½ cup ground nut

1tbsp sugar

Salt to taste

2 green chillies finely chopped

2 sprigs curry leaves

1 tsp mustard

½ tsp cumin seeds

1 tbsp ghee / refined oil (as per one’s preference)

5 tsps of grated coconut

A small bunch of cilantro/ coriander leaves finely chopped

Making time 20 minutes

Serves 4

Soak sago in curds for minimum of 3 hours. This will infuse the taste of curd into sago and…

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This entry was posted by Quick Asian Recipes - Ashish Negi.

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