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Jan 17, 2009

Sabudana/Sago kheer

sago/sabudana kheer After making the sabudana wadas, I had some of the soaked sago left. I stored them in the fridge for almost two days not knowing what to do with it. I was in no mood to make the usual khichdi which I had made just a couple of days back. I had seen the kheer recipe in many cookbooks and I found some other pudding recipes in the net. Then I settled on making kheer and it was simply delecious. Maybe I should try some malaysian pudding recipes with sago next time. I found some recipes on the net and it seemed so good.

Ingredients
Sago/sabudana- 1 cup
water- 1cup
Milk- 2 cups
Sagar- 3/4 cup
Ghee- 1tsp
Cashews- few broken to small pieces

Method-
Soak the sabudana for a half an hour. Drain the water and leave it for few more hours. Add this in a pan with a cup of water. Boil for 5 minutes. Then add the milk. Allow it to boil and athen add sugar.Now stir for few more minutes till it gets a little thick.
Roast the cashews in ghee till they turn a golden brown. Add this to the kheer.
Serve it hot or cold.

44 comments:

Ramya Bala said...

javasrisi payasam....o wow...u have a yummy menu whnever there is an auspicious occasion :)so yummy...

Priya said...

My all time fav...nice way of using those soaked sago..

notyet100 said...

hve eard lotz about,..sabudan kheer,..but still to try ,..ur version looks yum,..

Ann said...

drooling over that payasam..very very tempting presentation

vidhas said...

This payasam is my favourite. My son also love this.

Divya Kudua said...

Sago kheer..sounds new to me Sowmya..have added sago to pineapple payasamss and other desserts..looks so pretty and am sure tasty as well.

Sunanda said...

Sabudana kheer looks new and very delicious to me... Its a healthy recipe too.

Keerthana said...

hi sowmya, love to see so many sweet recipes every time i visit ur blog.. this looks delicious!

Indhu said...

I love javvarisi paayasam... love to bite into the javvarisi... yummy kheer U have there :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

easy and delicious. i roast sabudana lightly in a drop of ghee instead of soaking. then i add milk and pressure cook. yours looks lovely.

Premyscakes said...

wow, i haven't made this for long long time, it looks so tempting.

Vaishali said...

Sowmya, I remember so well the delicious sabudana kheer of my childhood. I haven't eaten it in a long time, but now I really have a craving. This looks just delicious!

Sunshinemom said...

My son's fave kheer! I don't make this often enough - will have to change that trend!

Chitra said...

My mil used to tell this about.but i never tried this.will soon give it a try posti:)sweet posting!!

bindiya said...

have never tried this before,but now after seeing your recipe will definitely do...

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love this Kheer,but for me it had never clicked,sure to try this way:)

Priti said...

I like this though I have never tried making it...looking delicious...perhaps I should try it

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Vani said...

I haven't had sago payasa for years now! Looks great, Sowmya!

Preety said...

i used to love this kheer but surprisingly i never made it after moving to usa..thanks for reminding me of this dessert

Cham said...

We make sabudana kheer a lot to cool down the heat! But never with soaked sabudna, looks delicious...

DEESHA said...

this is my hubby's favorite. looks delicious

Laavanya said...

This used to be my favorite payasam growing up.

LG said...

You can powder roasted sago and boil it with little milk and make a healthy drink Sowmya. Mom says sago payasam reduces heatiness. Good One :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmy. This is my all time favourite sweet. Love it.

Uma said...

mmm. look so mouth-watering. Nice pic.

Preety said...

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Preety said...

hey sowmya i didn't know you were already tagged..it's ok you don't need to do it again..thanks for letting me know

prajusha said...

this looks delicious..

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is so traditional. Looks so good. My fav. YUM!

Jayashree said...

Happy new year, Sowmya.....

Superchef said...

first time at ur blog..lots of good traditional recipes here...i generally make kheer with vermicelli and sabudana, nevr made one with sabudana alone...should try sometime..

Priyanka said...

its been ages since i had sabudana kheer. i usually go for the same old khichdi:) pongal looks pretty great. i have to yet try it out.

sagari said...

this was my fav ,when I was kid

veggie belly said...

I love sago in any form! I see youve made sabudana vadas too, one of my favorites! It has such a fun chewy texture :)

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Thanks

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Suma Rajesh said...

wooo nice and deliciosu payasam..

Usha said...

Looks tempting Sowmya, feel like having it right now :-)

raaji said...

Hi sowmya!!!

Wish u a very happy new year and pongal...
I wan to have the kheer right now since its been a long time i have tasted the sago...

Varsha Vipins said...

I luv Kheer..looks so tempting sowmya..:)

Nithya Praveen said...

Sago is one of my favourites.I love the texture,sabudana vada is the best of all is what i think.Ur Kheer looks tempting:)I loved ur earlier post on the vada too....

anudivya said...

This is my all time favorite payasam and used to drink it by the glasses when I was a kid. Those little pearls to appeal to any child I guess.

Neha said...

I used to make this s lot for my kiddo, when he was a toddler. Can try again now..

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