Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Project 365 Days Of Food- Day 17, Sabudaana Khichdi!

सुख म्हणजे नेमकं काय असतं ? 
चूकुण अप्रतीम झालेली आपल्याला हवी असणारी मौथ्वातेरिंग 'साबुदाण्याची खिचडी' :-)
Hope you my readers get this Sabu Khichdi Right!
Please share your experience, where- you have had the Best Sabu Khichdi ever- the Maharashtrian Way !

2 Cups sabudaana (sago)
1/4 Cup peanuts (ground coarsely)
1/2 Tsp mustard seeds
7-8 Curry leaves
3-4 Chopped green chillies
1 Tbsp Ghee  (clarified butter) or Vegetable oil
1 tsp Sugar(optional)
1/2 Tsp lime juice(optional)
Salt to taste
For Garnishing :-2 Tsp finely chopped cilantro

1. Wash sabudaana in a colander or a strainer and soak for 3-4 hours in 1/4 cup of water. 
***Sabudana should be soaked in 'just enough' water in which it is just submerged and no more.
2. In a food processor coarsely grind peanuts (I have used Planters, salted peanuts)
3. Mix ground peanuts, sugar and lime juice with sabudana.
4. Heat ghee/oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. 
5. When they crackle, add curry leaves and green chillies. After a few seconds add sabudana mixture. 
6. Add salt to taste ONLY
7. Cook on medium heat for about 5 minutes stirring all the time. 
8. Do not cover the pan otherwise you will get thick lumps. 
9. Each pearl of sago should be separate. Garnish with finely chopped cilantro and
10. Serve hot with fresh homemade yogurt!


Anonymous said...

First of all..love your blog and the food photography!

Sabudaana khichadi (maharashtrian style) is my all time favorite and for all these years I never got it right.. no matter how much I asked my friends, aunties about the best way to cook it, I ended up making a gooey mess. But not any more.. Make the khichadi in Microwave and you will get a non-gooey but perfect soft delicious khichadi.

"oops-in da kitchen wid Roops!" said...

Thank you so much and extremely sorry for the tardy reply. Please share your microwave recipe if you can, I would really appreciate that :-)

Thanks again, for stopping by and leaving a comment!

Rashmi Aparajit said...

Tried it and loved it!!! (Actually Apu made it!). Perfect soaking proportions! Keep up the good work of bringing yummy foods into other people's homes!!!