sabudana kheer recipe

Sabudana Kheer Recipe | How to make Sabudana Kheer?

What is sabudana kheer?

Silky and sweet pudding made using sago pearls (sabudana), milk and sugar is sabudana kheer. Sabudana kheer is flavored with cardamom, coconut, and saffron. These flavors complement the kheer very justly. It is a very common preparation during the fasts as sabudana is consumed a lot during fasts.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Sabudana Kheer Recipe

Sago Pearls (sabudana): Good quality sabudana is indispensable for any sabudana recipe. Further, it is equally important to wash and soak it correctly.

Milk: Full cream milk will give better results. I had skimmed milk, so used that but managed to get a silky texture by cooking the kheer properly.

Sugar: Sweetness can be adjusted as per taste.

Other ingredients for flavoring: Saffron strands dissolved in lukewarm milk, cardamom powder, and coconut flakes are used to flavor the sabudana kheer. You can add in nuts of your choice.

Other Sabudana recipes on the blog

Sabudana is not only appropriate during fasts but is a healthy ingredient otherwise too. Therefore there are lots of sabudana recipes on the blog. Perfect sabudana khichadi recipe, along with all the tips and tricks to wash, soak and use the sabudana properly. Also on the blog is the recipe for crisp and delicious sabudana vada. You can find more fasting sweets recipes here.

How to serve Sabudana Kheer?

Sabudana kheer can be prepared during fasts along with non-fried kuttu ke pakode and farali green chutney or served as dessert.

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