Sabudana is an integral part of the Vrat ka Khana. And best to fullfill your hunger on the fast days. It is pure starchy food, full of carbohydrates that gives an instant source of energy, which is much needed during fast. These white pearls are converted into various delicious both savory and sweet and are often loved by all.
Here are a few simple recipes that you can prepare at home.
1. Sabudana Papad:
It’s a spicy snacks dish made with boiled sabudana pearls. You can add flavoured with ground spices, which further sun-dried and then deep fried in ghee Or oil.
2. Sabudana Kheer:
It is sweet dishes that you can make on fast day “Upvaas”. Basically it is a sweet pudding made with tapioca pearls and milk, which is creamy, small and easy to digest.
3. Sabudana Thalipeeth:
Sabudana Thalipeeth is a popular dish in Maharashtra and commonly known as “Maharashtrian Pancake”. This recipe made with tapioca pearls, mashed potatoes, ground peanuts. As is it famous in Maharashtra it is mainly made I every house.
4. Sabudana Khicidi:
Sabudana khicidi is the nutrients main course dish, made with sabudana pearls, desi ghee, bay leaf, cardamon, cinnamon, potatoes, peanuts, and for garnishing you can use lemon on chopped coriander leaves.
5. Sabudana Vada:
Sabudana vada is also popular and famous in Maharashtra. Deep-fried discs loaded with ground spices and use black salt, which makes them flavoured and are best paired with masala chai.
6. Sabudana Poha:
Sabudana Poha is mainly used to make breakfast or for evening snacks. Which is made with roasted peanuts, roasted cumin seeds, onion potatoes, green chili’s and soaked Sabudana pearls and salt.