During the ongoing Chaitra Navratri, many people fast on all nine days of the festival while worshipping Goddess Durga’s nine forms. In special vrat meals, it is customary not to use onion or garlic One of the foods that many people love to consume during this fasting period is sabudana (sago or tapioca pearls). It’s thought to have a lot of health benefits. Carbohydrates, calcium, fibre, protein, iron, and Vitamin K are all abundant in sabudana. As a result, it’s a highly nutritional choice for Chaitra Navratri, especially after extended periods of fasting.
However, you don’t have to eat the same sabudana dish every day. Instead, experiment with numerous methods to prepare it to satisfy your tastebuds.
If you are not sure how to cook sabudana in different ways, don’t worry. Here’s a list of five sabudana recipes that you can make on Chaitra Navratri.
On fasting days, it is probably the most common sweet dish that’s made in many households. This pudding, made with sago, milk and sugar, doesn’t require a lot of effort. Top it with dry fruits and cardamom powder.
Nothing can beat the taste of sabudana khichdi during Chaitra Navratri. Soak the sabudana overnight and then cook it with spices and vegetables. This could be the perfect lunch for Chaitra Navratri.
These pan-fried and crispy patties are made with sabudana and mashed potatoes. Add some cashews for crunch and green chillies for that extra bit of spice. It’s a delicious snack option, and, we are sure, the tikkis will disappear in no time.
Sabudana kebabs aren’t just tasty but also filling and nutritional. Cooked with mashed potatoes, flour, curd and spices, this is a lip-smacking way to include sabudana in your Chaitra Navratri diet.
Sabudana, roasted peanuts, boiled potatoes, and a few spices and herbs are all that’s needed to make this popular deep-fried snack. It’s also gluten-free and vegan. If you have soaked sabudana ready, you can make these vadas in no time.