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Sabudana Upma

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Sabudana Upma Recipe, sago upma, How To Make Sabudana Upma Recipe

Sabudana (Sago) based dishes are very popular in Maharashtra for breakfast and during fasting times. It is used to prepare Kichidi Sabudana upma is a simple yet delicious dish speically made during fasts - sago cooked with potatoes and crushed peanuts.

Sabudana also was known as Pearl tapioca or Sago is used to make Sabudana Khichdi normally eaten throughout the fast, that individuals usually do for some special occasion. like Navratri, Shivratri and lots of this kind of occasion when folks fast.

Sabudana khichdi is additionally one of the street food in several major towns like Mumbai, Pune, Indore, Bhopal, and Nagpur.

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About Recipe

Saggu biyyam upma, Javvarisi uppma, Saboo uppma

How to make Sabudana Upma

(52 ratings)
61 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
Sabudana Upma
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Sabudana/Tapioca
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : October 02, 2018


Ingredients used in Sabudana Upma
• Cumin seeds - 2 teaspoons.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Sugar ( optional) - 1 tea spoon.
• Peanut powder - 1/2 cup.
• Onions(chopped) - 1 numbers.
• Lemon juice - 1 teaspoons.
• Green chilies - 3-4 numbers.
• Curry leaves - 1 springs.
• Sago (tapioca) - 2 cup.
• Coriander leaves - 1 bunch.
• Mustard seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Urad wash - 1/2 tea spoon.
Method:
  • Soak sago in water for 3 hrs. Drain the water and keep it aside.
  • sometimes the sago needs to be rinsed in a little bit of water).In pan add oil, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, urad dal, onions, salt, turmeric, chopped green chillies, curry leaves, mix well then add sago mix well and cook for 5 minutes then add crushed peanuts, mix well and close it with a lid for 4 minutes and lastly top it of with lime juice, and coriander leaves.

Serve hot.






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Sabudana also was known as Pearl tapioca or Sago is used to make Sabudana Khichdi normally eaten throughout the fast, that individuals usually do for some special occasion. like Navratri, Shivratri and lots of this kind of occasion when folks fast.

Sabudana khichdi is additionally one of the street food in several major towns like Mumbai, Pune, Indore, Bhopal, and Nagpur.

 

Sabudana khichdi is preferred for an evening snack, breakfast and brunch and another pot fasting meal for many Indian festivals. It is usually preparing in 15-20 minutes using the soaked sabudana.

 

Most of us think the fasting foods would be the most delicious even though they are made with limited ingredients, despite the fact that everyone knows it's not the meager ingredients that make the food delightful tasting it's the way the ingredients are cooked and seasoned that matters most in connection with this.  sabudana or sago pearls is certainly one ingredient that is tasteless. odorless and sticky when cooked. No simple ingredient also cooks if you're a new experimental cook but responds perfectly once you learn it well.

 

 Varieties:

Both Sago and Sabudana looks quite similar and can be used as an alternative to each other. It appears it various shapes from small, medium too large. Even though Sago ought to be soaked for a couple of hours prior to cook, Sabudana doesn’t require just as much soaking. Just washing Sabudana with water once or twice adds moisture so it helps it to fluff in size, thereby maintaining it dry and non-sticky.

 

Nutrition Value:

Sago or Sabudana is lower in fat. but exactly, however, don't have a lot of nutritional value. Sabudana is starch and it is regarded as a source of carbs and therefore ate as food during fasts. People usually combine it with ground nuts and dairy to boost its nutrition value.



 

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jaanash Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

glad to post 1st cumment thnak you sanjay!!!!

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AvishCar18 Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

Sanjay SIr.....where is the HD version of this video....???? Well this is my favourite dish on the day I fast. But this is just a casual dish. Looks good and yummy....Thanks!

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Harini Sabnis Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

y r u so glad to post the first comment....

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Harini Sabnis Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

its the same as poha recipe... only instead of poha add sabudana....

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jaemonxD Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

Thanks Sanjay and wife team :) one small tip: you can put a link of the recipe on the left description, it will help those trying to find the recipe after this video becomes old. Sometimes it gets difficult to find them on the website later :) Tha

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VahChef Posted on Fri Jun 12 2009

did it for roomali roti

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Loosh Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

I love it when you sing! Thanks Vahchef!

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allush29 Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

Hi, What is Sabu Dana made of?

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allush29 Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

Thanx alot.

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texichan Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

it's tapioca :D

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allush29 Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

Thanx :D

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Ela Toabsi Posted on Sat Jun 13 2009

I just visited your website. You really have an amazing, well-rounded recipe archive. Your talent humbles me. I've already learned some new things. How exciting! Thank you again for sharing your hard work and talents.

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