Sago cooked for Fasting (Sabudana khichdi for Vrati)

Navratri is one of those festivals in India, which is celebrated by about 80 % of the citizen. In this festival, many worshipers, do fasting for first and eighth day of the festival. Some do it for all 9 days, and eat proper food and grains on the 10th day. And in many families, they do not eat and cook Garlic and Onions for the 9 days. I even knew some people, who do fasting for the whole day, and eat complete food including grain, one time at a day mostly after sunset. Some people only eats fruits and some dishes on these 9 days, which are made of sago (sabudana), Makhana, potatoes, etc.

Here, is one of the recipe of Sabudana cooked with potatoes and peanuts. It's filling as well as give enough nutrition for the meal.

Ingredients for 2 people-
  1. Sago (Sabudana) - 3 Handful
  2. Rock Salt (sendha namak) to taste                                  
  3. Potatoes - 1 (diced- small)
  4. Green Chilli - 2 (slited)
  5. Peanuts - 1 handful
  6. Cooking Oil - 1 tbsp
Directions -
  • Soak Sago for 2 hours.
  • In a pan, add cooking oil and fry peanuts.. Take them out..
  • In a same pan, add cumin seeds, slited chilli and then add diced potatoes.
  • Fry it for a while till the potatoes are almost cooked.
  • Add Peanuts, mix them so that the peanuts are evenly spread.
  • Drain the water of Sago and add Sago to the pan, fry them for another 5 minutes at high flame.
  • Serve it hot.


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