Sunday, 20 November 2011

Sabubana Khichidi Again!!

My younger kiddo carries her breakfast to school everyday.

I don’t know about you but everyday it is a regular feature in my place I make something I make sure she will love and it has just landed on her hate list!  So everyday we have a 15-20 minutes session where I am trying to induce her to carry what is made and she is trying to tell me why she cannot.

Finally my husband has asked her to make a list of thinks that she will like to carry as breakfast and I try to fit our breakfast in the schedule. So right now iddlis and dosas are off the list and we are into poha and sabudana khichidi.

So sabudana or sago has appeared in 2 different recipes.

One is a thalipeth(recipe follows) and another is khichidi.

Khichidi! What different is it from the one that I have already posted here and here or here?

 Today  I have used raw banana or plantain to make the khichidi.



The ingredients are the same only here I have grated the raw banana after peeling them. (Store the gratings under water else they turn black) you will want to use a few more chillies than what you use with potato.

Ingredients:
3 cups sabudana/sago, wash & soak overnight with a little water
1 cup groundnuts roasted, peeled &coarsely ground
2-3 green chillis slit
Juice of ½ lemon
½ tsp Sugar
2 tblspn coconut
2 tsp cumin seeds
2-3 tblspn ghee
3-4 tblspn milk
1 raw banana peeled and grated
Salt as per taste

Method:
1.      In the sabudana add groundnut powder, lemon, sugar, 1 ½ tblspn coconut and salt add milk mix well.
2.      Heat the ghee and add cumin seeds till they change colour. Add the green chilli sauté.
3.      Squeeze the raw banana that you have stored underwater and add to the ghee and jeera with a little salt, mix, cover and cook till cooked.
4.      Now add the sabudana mixture and stir till well mixed.
5.      Cover and cook for about 5 minutes or the sabudana is well cooked.
6.      Remove from the flame cover and keep aside till serving time.
Garnish with coconut and coriander.

Archana

26 comments:

  1. This is my fav....lovely sabudana kichidi ...its such a long time I had this :)

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  2. want to try this for a long time. ur vesrion sounds simple and good ..

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  3. delicious dear..U have made it perfectly..Love to make this..

    Do visit my blog too
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks Sushma,Hari Chandana, Chitra,Divya and Aarthi

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  5. Hie Archana.. Nice space!! I want to participate in your upcoming event. Will post something soon.

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  6. Very healthy and delicious looking khichdi.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. sounds so delicious!! new recipe for me,As I know,we only use sago in desserts.now this is a new good idea...
    & I sent 2 entries to 'go back to roots' & one entry to 'raw banana' event...hope you got it....

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  8. Hi Archana...Thanks for dropping by and for asking. Yes you sure can. Do let me know how it turned out. Sabudhana and raw banana.. that's a healthy lunch box for kids. Never tried this combo before but would love to.

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  9. love this humble food..looks delicious

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  10. Raw bananas are a nice & interesting addition..Love it..!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. I know only one recipe with Sago and that is the Khichidi.Wud love to try this with the nutty goodness:-)
    And thanks for ur lovely words!! Why wud i delete that?? I am soo happy you left such comforting words!!Thank you and hugsss

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  12. You are too cute and funny :) Wish you were here and i would test out all my recipes on you and I would test yours too - I am starting to like the saboodhana khicchdi a lot :) - Yes, my weak area was baking/desserts and I am slowly conquering my fear to try these out - getting more comfortable and confident now - so stay tuned for more :) hugs, priya

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  13. healthy and lovely khichdi..looks delicious..

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  14. lovely snack delicious looking picture

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  15. Raw banana in sabudana khichadi is very new to me, bookmarking this.

    First time here, I must say you have quite a collection of recipes.

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  16. Nice recipe, I rarely make it,this recipe is too good!

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