Sabudana Thalipeeth-Navratri Vrat Recipe-Sago Recipes - Padhuskitchen
This is a very easy and simple traditional Maharashtrian fasting dish prepared with sabudana, potatoes and crushed peanuts. The dough is the same as sabudana vada but this recipe uses less oil as it is tawa fried. Sago thalipeeth tastes very delicious and is quite filling. Today we will learn how to make sabudana thalipeeth/thalipith...Read More
Sabudana Vada Recipe - Deep Fried Sago Patties/Cutlets
Sabudana Vada is one of the most popular snacks from Maharashtra. Sago/Sabudana pearls along with potatoes are deep fried to make these crisp indulgent Vadas. Usually served as a fasting snack these are great otherwise too to satisfy your fried food cravings along with a cup of hot tea! Sabudana Vada is usually served with a green Coconut-Coriander chutney or a simple Curd based chutney(recipe below)
Mango sago recipe | Mango sago pudding recipe - Raks Kitchen
Easy mango sago recipe with condensed milk and sago. With step by step pictures for easy understanding! My hubby is not so foodie,he will eat whatever I cook,he has no expectations,obligations regarding food…When I ask him what do you want for dinner/lunch or anything specific you want-his answer will always be ‘as you like/as per...Read More
Sabudana Appe Recipe | Sago Fritter | Maharashtrian Recipes - Maharashtrian Recipes
Sabudana appe or sago fritters can be consumed for the fast(upwas). It’s a tempting, crispy miniature version of sabudana vada with very less oil. Read Recipe!
Vanilla-scented sago cakes (cantik manis)
These simple-to-make cakes are popular in Indonesia, especially during Ramadan as part of a fast-breaking spread. Cantik means “pretty” in Bahasa and manis means “sweet”, although they are not so sweet as the name might suggest. Their prettiness comes from the deployment of pink and green dyed sago pearls, which you can easily find an Asian grocer.
No Fry Sabudana Vada / Tapioca Fritters
This light and crispy No Fry Sabudana Vada /Tapioca Fritters is not only a fun snack to eat, but is also among the preferred foods during fasting days and festivals like Navratri. In my household,