Sabudana kheer | How to make Sabudana Kheer for Vrat | Sago Kheer with detailed photo and video recipe – Sabudana Kheer or Sago Kheer is the commonest type of sweet dish, enjoyed during the fasting period, as well during celebrations and festivals. This Tapioca Pudding or Sago Pudding is a fav Indian dessert and is super easy to make as well. Here is how to make Sabudana Kheer Recipe.
Sabudana also known as sago pearls or tapioca pearls are very salubrious. Since sago has a bland taste by itself, the addition of spices, dry fruits and milk is a great way to use this ingredient. Sago can be used in myriad different ways. It can replace rice dishes, added into desserts and cooked for a filling breakfast as well.
In India, sabudana is mostly eaten during fast or vrats as we popularly call them, however, the delicacies made during vrats are so tempting that one feels like eating them even on general days.
I prepare Sabudana Khichdi often for breakfast and light supper. Another fav is this sabudana Kheer.
It is delicious, mildly flavored and very easy to prepare. This dish is highly nutritious and therefore, this tapioca kheer is a good option to make during fasting days.
Even when we are not fasting, Sabudane Ki Kheer gets made at my home at least once in a month because we all have a sweet tooth and a quick to make dessert is always on my mind.
Before preparing this sabudana kheer, we needs to soak sabudana. Today I am using tiny sabudana pearls , these days we are getting both big and small sabudana in super markets. If you are using big pearls , soak at least 3- 4 hrs . For small pearls it needs 15 – 30 mins is fine. To reduce cooking time.
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How to make Sabudana Kheer with Step by Step :
1.Rinse the sabudana pearls till the water runs clear of the starch.
2.Cover and let the pearls get soaked in the water for 15 mins
1.Add 1 tbsp ghee to fry pan
2.Add cashew nuts and raisins.
3.Fry until golden and keep them aside.
4.Take a thick bottomed pan or sauce pan on the stove top
5.Add milk to that sauce pan, and boil the milk.
6.After milk is boiling, add soaked sago.
7.Cook on medium heat until sago is completely cooked.
8.Add sugar, saffron strands and cardamom powder and simmer till the sugar is dissolve completely on a low flame.
9.Keep on stirring occasionally
10.Switch off the flame and add Fried cashews and raisins.
11.Serve sabudana kheer hot or warm or cold.