As the name suggests this traditional Indian Mithai is made from Sabudana aka Sago. This is one of the easiest and simplest recipes to make during fast or vrat. If you are craving for something sweet during fast, this comes as a rescue. There are 2 ways of making it. One is where you wash and soak sabudana and then add, another one is where you add sabudana just like that.
I have learned this recipe from my Mother-in-law and it tastes oh-so-yummy. You can have it during vrat or even if you are not fasting 😉
Let’s get started.
Sabudana Kheer | Vrat Special
Sabudana Kheer is one of the easiest recipes to have during Vrat or fast. Perfect to take care of your sweet cravings.
In a deep bottom pan or vessel, take milk and let it come to a boil. Let it reduce down on low flame. The thicker- the better 😉
Once the milk has reduced down, add sabudana (not soaked) and let it cook in the milk on low flame.
Add sugar and stir it well.
Cook this Kheer on low flame for 10-15 minutes till sabudana becomes transparent.
Finally, add dhoodh masala. (Dhoodh masala is nothing but a mixture of dry fruits, saffron, cardamom powder) You can avoid it if you don't have. Instead of this, you can add saffron strands soaked in milk and cardamom powder.
Switch off the flame. Serve it hot or cool depending on your choice.