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Sabudana Kheer | Tapioca ~ Sago Pudding

Sabudana Kheer | Tapioca ~ Sago Pudding



 

India WON the match ...Yahh of course we all know this but hurray how exciting is this, still can't believe it.  Once again it was awesome game along with facebook friends whom makes the game more exciting.  So as we decide to post something on Saturday for which I did Palak Dhokla, here again we decided a post to celebrate the victory and sweet comes first in mind once we think about celebration isn't it? 
So here comes Sabudana Kheer though I had something else in mind but then due to time constraint and other factors I settle myself with this and this post is also for CHAK DE INDIA !!

Ingredients:

Sabudana/Sago/Tapioca - 1/4 Cup [it becomes 1/2 cup after soaking]
Milk - 3 Cups
Sugar - 3 tbsp or to taste
Cardamom Powder - 1/4 tsp
Saffron - few strands [optional]
Dry Fruits - 2 tbsp chopped [ I used pistachios, cashews, chironji/charoli]



Method:
1. Wash and soak sabudana in 1 cup water for 3-4 hours, soaking over night is best.


2. Boil milk in heavy bottom pan/vessel it takes around 8-10 minutes in medium flame, keep stirring milk in intervals to avoid milk from getting burn.


3. Discard excess water from sabudana/sago and add to milk and cook for 5 minutes or until sago gets cooked fully.  Once cooked sago will become transparent and we can easily press it between fingers.


4. Add sugar, cardamom powder and 1 tbsp of dry fruits, saffron & stir.  Simmer for 2 more minutes and off the flame.  

Garnish with remaining 1 tbsp of dry fruits, serve warm or cold it taste yum both ways. 
See how nicely the sago got cooked looks beautiful isn't it?


Have a good day ~~

56 comments:

  1. Wow,wonderful and tempting clicks of the yummy kheer! Loved it!

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  2. Thanks Raks ..that was super fast

    @Shama thank U ;)

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  3. Mouthwatering!!the kheer looks soo creamy and yummy..

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  4. Wonderful pictures.Kheer looks delicious.

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  5. Excellent kheer Priti Mouthwatering clicks as well.

    US Masala

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  6. Kheer looks delicious dear. Already drooling over it.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Superb kheer...awesome clicks...

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  8. Woww wat a tempting kheer, feel like having..

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  9. Nice looking kheer Priti. For Ugadi I wanted to make this but was feeling lazy :(

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  10. Lovely delicious Kheer. Looks simply awesome.

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  11. i have recently made this and clicked to post this.
    Looks very yum and clicks makes me tempting

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  12. Wow my fav... Perfect kheer to celebrate the happy moments...
    Pics are awesome...

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  13. so creamy and yummy!!! love it..

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  14. kheer looks delicious,luv the presentation too,

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  15. Looks so rich, creamy & yummm!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  16. it is very exciting..but sadly missed all the fun that is happening in India..:(

    Kheer looks delicious

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  17. Simply yummy. I like this kheer a lot and used to pester mom to make this for me when I was a kid :) you have tempted me now :)

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  18. Sabudana kheer looks dleicious.

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  19. Delicious and filling kheer..nice pics!

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  20. awesome..I am loving those pearls in there :-)I too made something very simple and quick to celebrate our victory :-)

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  21. Kheer looks very delicious...Beautiful presentation dear :)

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  22. Tempting kheer,lovely presentation.

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  23. sabudana kheer is absolutely one of my favorites....I'm just drooling over these pics !


    http://onlyfishrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  24. so yummy and creamy kheer !! excellent clicks !!

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  25. wow.. i am drooling to have some right now..my fav kheer.

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  26. Love sabudana and this look awesome and delicious!

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  27. Perfect way to celebrate!!!!!!love the pearly sabudana kheer

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  28. gorgeous click .. so creamy and yummy. Would really like if you could share it with hearth and soul hop in my blog- I am co-hosting the event ! :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  29. Yummy kheer..tempting clicks dear

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  30. the last pic is so drool worth! very nice looking kheer:)

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  31. woww..kheer looks so creamy.. im drooling here.. unknowigly i opened my mouth after seeing last snap :)

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  32. Thank U All :)

    @Arvind...have linked this post :)

    @Sharmi ...thanks dear:)

    @Lena ..hehe wish can treat you with this :)

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  33. Such a traditional one. Nice recipe... My all time fav... YUM!

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  34. lovely way to celeb our glorious victory...love your snaps always Priti..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  35. this is my fav but in my house we prepare it with coconut milk :)

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  36. This sounds lovely, especially with the cardamom and saffron - delicious! Thank you for sharing it with The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop - and congratulations on the cricket!!

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  37. My sago kheer is still in draft, u ve done beautifully! Perfect sweet!

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  38. Though I make this often, mine never looked this delicious! Love the picture and the texture of this kheer..

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  39. Looks so delicious. Nice to way to celebrate our victory.

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  40. Nice way to celebrate the win! Looks perfect! :P :P

    Thanks for stopping by in my blog!

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  41. Tapioca is a favorite of mine and I love the flavors you have used to make this lovely pudding! Thanks for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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  42. delicious kheer
    Looking very yummy

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  43. kheer looks so tempting..wish i could have some right now.

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