Sabudana Kheer | Sabudana Payasa | Navratri Recipes

Creamy, pearly, suitable for fasting sabudana kheer
04/02/2017 10:33:47 PM vindhyadesai

sabudana kheer

An easy and traditional way of celebrating festivals is by making some kind of kheer/payasa. Seviyaan kheer is one of the most commonly made kheer. If you are looking for an easy kheer/payasa recipe then you have arrived at the right place. Sabudana kheer is suitable for fasting or vrats.
Sabudana kheer is one of the easiest sweets to make and is ready without a lot of effort. The only thing to keep in mind is to get the thickness of this kheer/payasa to the right consistency.

We also call sabudana kheer as MaNi payasa in Kannada owing to the pearl like texture of sabudana. Sabudana is made from tapioca root and is one of the staples during fasting or vrats.
Try more payasa recipes like seviyaan kheer, mung dal payasa, gasa gase payasa and hayagreeva. More sabudana recipes like sabudana tikki from FOI… Find more fasting or vrat recipes from FOI.
Enjoy the creamy consistency of this easy to prepare sabudana kheer! Chilled sabudana kheer tastes best, at least I like it that way 🙂

Sabudana Kheer | Sabudana Payasa | Navratri Recipes
 
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Creamy, pearly, suitable for fasting sabudana kheer
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 4 people
Ingredients
  • ¼ Cup sabudana
  • 1 Cup milk
  • 3-4 Tbsp sugar
  • 2-3 powdered elaichi
  • Few strands of saffron/kesari (optional)
  • Few chopped cashews (optional)
  • 2 Tbsp raisins (optional)
Method
  1. Take sabudana in a bowl
  2. Next sabudana pearls need to be washed in water till it runs clear
  3. Soak sabudana in water(nearly 2 cups) for half an hour. They will turn soft
  4. Boil in same water till sabudana turn translucent
  5. Next add 1 cup milk, mix well
  6. Add sugar (3-4 tbsp) and mix well
  7. Sprinkle elaichi powder and mix well
  8. Few saffron/kesari strands can go in
  9. Switch off flame, add chopped cashews, add raisins
  10. Serve warm or chilled
Notes
Adjust consistency by adding more milk. It thickens as it sits because of the nature of sabudana

Sweetness of sabudana kheer can also be adjusted. Add 1 more Tbsp of sugar if you prefer it sweeter

Make it with cashew milk if you want it be vegan
Sabudana Kheer Stepwise:
Take sabudana in a bowl
Next sabudana pearls need to be washed in water till it runs clear
Soak sabudana in water(nearly 2 cups) for half an hour. They will turn soft
Boil in same water till sabudana turn translucent
Next add 1 cup milk, mix well
Add sugar (3-4 tbsp) and mix well
Sprinkle elaichi powder and mix well
Few saffron/kesari strands can go in
Switch off flame, add chopped cashews, add raisins
Serve warm or chilled

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