Sabudana Khichadi- a typical Indian Breakfast
Sabudana ( Tapioca) looks like tiny white pearls, made from roots of the cassava plant, it is very common in Indian cooking. It is a younger cousin of the Boba tea/Tapioca tea. Typically it is eaten during fasting, but also eaten as a common breakfast food. It is can be made as a savory or a sweet dish. It can be eaten like a tapioca pudding but my favorite recipe is a savory one. My husband and kids are big fans of this and happily eat it any time. In fact whenever my son comes home, the first thing he wants to eat is this ‘Sabudana Khichadi’ They even love to take it in the lunch box. The recipe is very simple but I feel the trick is in soaking the Sabudana right. So today I will share my step by step recipe.