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5 Easy Sabudana Recipes That Can Be Relished As A Snack Or When You Are Fasting

Posted: December 2, 2016
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Sabudana recipes are the must have items while fasting, and are yummy too! Here are 5 popular sabudana recipes that you cannot miss.

Sabudana recipes are both versatile and come with an easy to handle ingredient. You can prepare almost all kinds of sabudana recipes that categorize into snacks, starters, main course, sweets etc. Sabudana is an easy ingredient to work with because it does not need much of cooking. Most sabudana recipes call for just soaking sabudana for a couple of hours.

Sabudana or tapioca pearls or sago is also famous in fasting recipes. It is also said to have a cooling effect on our bodies and is recommended to have it more frequently in summers. Here are 5 popular sabudana recipes that you must try.

Sabudana khichdi

Khichdi is a comfort food and when you want to eat something light then this is your best bet! This khichdi recipe is mostly recommended as a fasting recipe but you can even have as a variety in breakfast.

Sabudana khichdi recipe

Sabudana vada

Another fasting recipe but a more appetizing one in the form of crispy vadas. This deep fried variety also forms a good snack option along with the combination of some hot chai.

Sabudana vada recipe

Sabudana payasam/kheer

This recipe is next to the most common kheer with vermicelli. Due to the starchy nature of sabudana, the texture of the payasam turns out to be creamy and just right to enjoy. Here is the recipe.

Sabudana kheer recipe

Sabudana thalipeeth

This is a roti recipe, a good change from otherwise daily rotis with atta. Unlike the regular rotis, here you need to flatten the dough using your hands. It tastes good as it is or can be served with curd or green chutney.

Sabudana thalipeeth recipe

Sabudana paniyaram

Paniyaram is a crispy food without the need for deep frying. It is made with dosa batter in a paniyaram mould, which looks similar to an idly plate. This is a famous south Indian breakfast variety which is made tastier with the addition of sago.

Sabudana paniyaram recipe

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Image source:By Nick Gray (originally posted to Flickr as Sabudana Wada) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Sowmya Baruvuri

Sowmya Baruvuri

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