I just love sabudana khichdi, basically people eat this when they are fasting, but for me I don’t have that rule to enjoy my favorite food any time of the year. If I am in mood of this, I will make that and enjoy it. This batch of my sabudana was awesome, just needed 10-15 minutes of soaking and it becomes so fluffy and nice and anything I make it from that , turns out nice, did you see my post on sabudana vada that too not fried.? Made from this only and since then I was wishing that this my pot of white pearls never end but it has to end so this was my last cup of sabudana and what else I can make from this then my favorite khichdi. You have to make sure you soaked the sabudana in not too much water, and make sure its dry not dry as lentil but not water is coming out of it. So soaked it in water depend upon your product few minutes to few hours, washed it and leave it on sieve to drip out extra water. By that time, you can roast your peanuts, cashew, cut the potatoes, green chilies and chopped fresh coriander leaves so you are good to go.
1 cup soaked and dry sabudana
2 tbsp. oil
2 tbsp. roasted peanuts
1 potatoes in small cubes
Few roasted cashews
1 chopped green chili
Salt as per taste
1 tsp. Turmeric powder
Small pinch of Clove powder
Freshly chopped coriander leaves & Lime juice
In a pan, add oil in it.
When it’s hot, add green chili, when its cooked, add potatoes and cover and let it cook on low flame.
When potatoes are done, add peanuts, cashews, turmeric powder, clove powder and mix it.
Then add your fluffy sabudana in it.
Don’t cover it and mix it gently and let it cook for two minutes. If you wish you can boiled the potatoes and use it , it will save your time too.
When it’s done, sprinkle lime juice and coriander leaves and enjoy as a snack or a meal or just as it is.