Order Home Coocked Shabudana Khichdi With Chutney And Aloo Sabji
Shabudana Khichdi is a popular Indian fasting dish made from tapioca pearls, also known as sabudana. It is a light and flavorful dish often enjoyed during religious fasting periods or as a breakfast option. The khichdi is prepared by soaking the sabudana pearls and then sautéing them with spices like cumin seeds, green chilies, and roasted peanuts. It is typically garnished with fresh coriander leaves and served with a side of cool and creamy curd (yogurt). The combination of the soft and chewy sabudana pearls with the crunchy peanuts and aromatic spices creates a delightful texture and taste. The tangy curd complements the flavors of the khichdi, adding a refreshing and cooling element to the dish.