Sabudana khichadi is a very tasty Indian dish made from soaked Sabudana (pearl tapioca).
It is typically prepared in parts of Western India such as Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, & Maharashtra. In major towns like Mumbai, Pune, Indore, Bhopal and Nagpur, it is available as street food and is widely eaten throughout the year.
It is the dish of choice when an individual observes a “fast” during Shivratri, Navratri, or a similar Hindu religious occasion.
Sabudana Khichdi is made with soaked Sabudana, crushed roasted peanuts & potatoes and garnished with fresh cocnut scrappings and corriander leaves.
Sago is nearly pure carbohydrate and has very little protein, vitamins, or minerals. The addition of peanuts and potatoes to sabudana khichadi adds to the protein & vitamin content, making it a more balanced meal.
Approximate Calories in one serving: 500