Sabudana khichdi is a common breakfast food item of India. It is very nutritious, yummy and easy to make breakfast dish. Sabudana Khichadi is quite popular as an Indian fasting food and preferred during the fasting days of Navratri, Shivratri and other fasting days. Indian sago khichdi is non spicy and when consumed with a bowl of curd is very good for stomach.
Sabudana or Tapioca Pearls Khichdi is commonly available breakfast street food in quite a few states of India. It is a near pure carb and peanuts are added to balance it with protein.
It is a traditional and tasty Maharashtrian breakfast recipe made with sabudana/sago or tapioca pearls, potatoes and peanuts. This is a great gluten-free and vegan Indian meal. Sabudana khichadi is a tasty breakfast dish which is commonly available in many street food joints across Mumbai. Now it’s popular all over India and one of the simplest and easy breakfast dishes one can cook. If you are making sabudana khichdi for fasting, this does not uses a lot of spices. Very few ingredients are used as many of the spices are prohibited during Navratri fasting.
You may add fried or boiled potatoes to it , or even skip that as per your choice. You are required to soak sabudana minimum for 2-3 hours to make perfect no sticky khichdi. Soak it in water just to cover it. That way it will absorb lesser water and a non sticky sabudana khichdi.