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This is an easy kheer to make especially if you run out of dessert and want something quickly.
Sabudana vada is a deep fried snack which can be prepared for any occasion and also as a snack with coffee. I love sabudana (sago) a filling carbohydrate. We can prepare upma, vada, kichidi, sweet with sago.
Vadas are delicious owing to the deep fried crunchiness. Sabudana Vadaas seem to taste even better owing to the added starchiness of sabudana. Enjoy Sabudana Vadaas with cool yoghurt sauce.
This is a very tasty dish that originates from Maharashtra. Serve this hot with some hot masala chai, and your guests will be delighted.
This kheer is typically eaten during fasting. It is a simple kheer, not something you serve at a dinner party. When we were little, my mother used to make this kheer for us when we had a cold or sore throat. It is very satisfying.
A great custard that's best served chilled.
A classic African dish which can be served as an accompaniment to dishes such as Egusi Soup, a rich spicy soup. Traditionally this dish is eaten communally with your hands. A small amount is rolled in the hand, then dipped into the soup before being eaten.
Sabudana or sago is a thickening agent for making dessert. It is starchy and makes a great combination with milk. Hence, the kheer that forms as a result is truly phenomenal.
Sabudana or sago is often used to make this comforting and refreshing breakfast dish in Maharashtra. It can be made very quickly, if you soak the sago overnight. Enjoy with fresh juice or chai.
This is a chakali that consists various kinds of dal and sabudana. Try it out with chutney or theccha!