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  • Sabudana/Sago Khichadi

    Sabudana/Sago Khichadi

    Feel sago-ish? Try out this newness!

    Serves 6 - 8

    Ingredients:

    500 grams medium size pearl sago, washed and soaked over night

    3 medium size potatoes, diced

    5 green chilies, coarsely chopped

    ½ lemon, squeezed

    50 grams fresh cilantro leaves (coriander / dhania leaves), chopped

    1 tablespoon cumin seeds

    ½ cup roasted peanuts, semi coarsely chopped in a food processor

    1 tablespoon sugar

    5 - 6 tablespoon oil

    3 heaped tablespoons grated fresh coconut (optional)

    Salt to taste

    Method:

    1) Briskly rinse sago under water and drain off the water. In a bowl, pour water to just cover the top layer of the sago and let it soak overnight or for about 6-8 hours.


    2) Once soaked, sago will appear dry but spongy to touch. Add roasted chopped peanuts, sugar and salt to this, stir and keep it aside.

    3) In a pan, heat oil, add cumin seeds and when seeds turn golden brown, add chopped green chilies and diced potatoes. Add some salt just enough for potatoes, mix well and cover pan with a lid to steam soften potatoes whilst turning the potatoes every 3 minutes or so. Test potatoes by cutting through a large cube with your ladle. If it cuts without much force, potatoes are cooked.

    4) Add sago-peanut mixture to the pan and keep mixing slowly over medium heat, until, majority of the sago from white opaque changes to be semi translucent. Some sago may still remain opaque. Note: Do not add any water to the cooking process at any stage or else the sago will turn gummy and difficult to handle.

    5) Add cilantro leaves, coconut and lemon juice and stir it well for 1 minute.

    6) Serve hot

     

    Please refer to pictures below to guide you:

     

    SK1

    Dry Sago pearls

    SK2

    Rinsing sago pearls briskly without touching with hands (sago is brittle if you try and rub it, it’ll powder at this stage)

    SK3

    Add just enough water to cover the top layer of the sago pearls in a bowl for soaking overnight

    SK4

    Fresh ingredients needed – potatoes, green chilies, cilantro, lemon, etc

    SK5

    Diced potatoes and chopped green chilies

    SK6

    Sago pearls – after overnight soaking

    SK7

    Sago will look and feel dry but spongy to feel

    SK8

    Add peanuts, sugar, salt, mix and keep it aside

    SK9

    Cumin seeds sizzling in hot oil – it’ll smell fragrant as it turns golden brown, be careful not to over brown it

    SK10

    Add green chilies and potato and mix well

    SK11

    Cover pan with lid to cook potatoes quicker by trapping its steam

    SK12

    Potatoes are done!

    SK13

    Add sago – peanut mix to pan of potatoes and stir well. Notice sago uncooked is opaque

    SK14

    Mix well until sago resembles this picture, majority sago has turned translucent and some are opaque

    SK15

    Add chopped cilantro leaves and coconut and lemon juice and mix well

    SK16

    Voila! Happy meal - enjoy it warm! :)

     

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