Saturday, June 26, 2010


My sister in law loves Sabudana Kichdi and in some extent me too but honestly I have never tried making this. This summer my sister in law came for her vacation here so I thought of giving a try for her with the help of the master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s Video. It came out very well. Then recently I gave a try again and WOW!!!! It came out superob.Just check it out:-


Preparation time: 10 minutes (Approximately)

Cooking time: 15 minutes (Approximately)

Serves-4 persons


Sabudana- 2 cups

Boiled potato-1/2 cup (Cut in small cubes)

Roasted and Peeled Peanuts-6 tabs

Oil-2-3 tabs

Cumin seeds-1 tsp

Green Chillies-4 (Cut in half’s)

Salt- to taste

Curry leaves- Few


• Wash and soak sabudana in sufficient water for 4 hours. (Sufficient water means sabudana should cover 1” water on its top.)

• Now filter the sabudana in a filter and keep aside.

• Heat oil in a pan.

• Add cumin seeds, curry leaves and green chillies.

• Once cumin seeds change its colour put boiled potato in this and fries for couple of minutes.

• Now add the soaked sabudana along with salt and fry well.

• Sprinkle little water by your hand and close with a lid.

• Cook for 5 minutes.

• Now grind the peanuts to a rough powder.

• Add peanuts powder in sabudan.
• Fry for another couple of minutes.

• Serve hot.

Sending the recipe to Nilofer's cooking with seeds sago event and   Priya's cooking with seeds host .


• Use good quality of sabudan for preparing kitchdi.

• You can also add some veggie if you like.


Unknown said...

I love how nice pearly it looks, beautiful !!!

Jayanthy Kumaran said...

Kichadi sounds healthy n delish...loved ur nice presentation Subashini. U r most welcome to my space dear.

Priya Suresh said...

Droolworthy kichadi, looks amazing..

Swathi said...

Sabudana kichadi looks really yummy.

Rachana said...

Sabudana looks so tempting and has come out so well :-)

Satya said...

hi subashini,
love this sabudana looks so yummy ...nice presentation ...u r having a wonderful collection of recipes from different cuisines ...i covered some but yet to see a lot of recipes from ur collection...

Kiran said...

Nice and delicious kichadi.
Tempting pic.

chow and chatter said...

oh this looks good and quick to make for an Indian dish lol

thanks so much for stopping by my blog - Rebecca

Padhu Sankar said...

quick and delicious dish!

Madhu said...

looks nice. never used sabudana in anything other than payasam (vermiceli). Is this khichidi supposed to be sticky?

Mythreyi Dilip said...

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You too have a cute and homely blog, need to peek into all your yummy recipes. Very happy to follow you, all the very best!!!