Monday, August 18, 2008

SabhuDhana kichadhi

Sabhudhana Kichadi is a Breakfast / Evening Snack / Upvas Khana


Ingredients needed:
1. Sago (Javvarisi) 1 cup
2. Finely Chopped Potatoes 1/2 cup
3. Powdered Groundnuts 1/4 cup
4. Salt to taste
5. Green Chillies chopped finely 2
6. Jeera 1 tsp
7. Ghee 2 tsps
8. Lime/ Lemon Juice
9. Coriander Leaves for garnishing
Method:
1. Wash Sago several times and drain water. Close with a lid and keep aside for minimum 4 hours.
2. Heat oil in a kadai, add Jeera and fry potatoes.
3. When it is almost done add Sago and mix well.
4. Now goes Powdered Ground Nuts and Salt. Mix well and allow it until fully cooked.
5. Garnish it with Lime/Lemon Juice and Coriander Leaves.

*/* Have this Morning, Afternoon or Evening - You will enjoy this. */*

12 comments:

Madhoo.S.Gargya said...

Woww sounds simple & nice.I have had sago only in payasam & vadaam. Will try this. Thanks MT for the recipe!

notyet100 said...

MY MOTHER WAS SEARCHIN FOR THIS RECIPR...THNLKS ALOT...:-).

jayasree said...

Hey, this is my breakfast today. I soaked sago for half an hr and drained and left it overnight. Yours also is not gummy.

Daily Meals said...

Yummy...

Laavanya said...

That looks perfect MT.. i love sabudhana khichdi - very filling too.

fieryblaster said...

Hi, i tried your keerai vadai and it turned out really great. thanks for the recepie.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Hope everyhting is fine there...and hope to see u again posting:)

Linda said...

Hi MT, so nice to see you again and back with a delicious recipe! I have only tried this once -- now I am inspired to give it another go. Hope you're well :)

Menu Today said...

Hi Madoo,
I think you will like this dish. Try and Enjoy:-) Thanks..

Hi notyet100,
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hi jayasree,
Thanks a lot.

Hi Daily Meals,
Thank U :-)

HI laavanya,
yes, I make once in a month. Thanks for visiting.

HiFB,
Thanks for trying my version of keerai vadai.. Once again thanks..

HI Raks,
I was away for 3 months, I hope now on i will be regular in blogging.
Thanks.

Hi Linda,
I am fine, nice to see your comment. Thanks.

Rajesh said...

i love this tiffin. a small variation - while making the peanut powder, add some red chilli. This replaces the green chilli

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Kannan said...

Good recipe.