Sabudana mixture



This is a fasting special snack that is popular in North India.

Ingredients

1 cup sago/sabudana/jevarisi (I used the smaller ones- can use any)
1 cup groundnut
2 medium potatoes
Salt to taste
2 tsp fine sugar
Oil to fry

Heat little oil and fry the sago pearls in it. Drain excess oil in a tissue paper. Fry the groundnuts, cool and remove the skin. Break into half.

Peel the skin of potatoes and chop into very fine strips. Soak them in water for 5 minutes and wipe off well in a clean towel. Fry them in hot oil till crisp and golden brown.

Mix the fried sago, peanuts, potatoes, sugar and salt well. Serve.



15 comments:

Asha said...

Crunchy munchy!! Love it.

Saraswathi Iyer said...

Nice and different one.

Uma said...

Hi EC,
nice recipe.. so when i get bored of sabudana wada i'll try this.. I guess Nylon Sabudana will also work well.. Thanks for sharing this...
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Shama Nagarajan said...

delicious mixture..nice one

Ramya Manja said...

Wow this must be delicious,very simple yet tasty...

Swathi said...

sabudana kichadi looks good. I learn making from my mother in law.

Smitha said...

Sounds good for Shivratri :)

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Very simple and a delicious looking mixture!!!

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Priya said...

Crispy mixture looks great..

simply.food said...

Interesting recipe never tried frying sabudana.

Pavithra said...

never tried this one .. quick snack.. ;looks tempting and wish to taste...

Fathima said...

Wow nice recipe!

priya said...

yummy yum yum!

bhagyashri said...

I felt so nostalgic, looking at this, my mom used to make this. Now I have to try it out!

Rati said...

I love sabudana items especially the khichdi and papad. This looks so tempting. I am surely gonna give it a try. :)

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