Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi

Faryali Sabudana Khichadi is made from sago pearls , potatoes , crunchy peanuts . It is spicy and slightly sweet street food of Gujrat .

Sabudana are sago pearls , and these are small white grains that are obtained from part of the trunk of a palm tree . These are edible starch pearls and are used in cooking in many countries .The Indian name for sago is sabudana and this Khichadi is very popular in Maharashtra , Madhya Pradesh , Rajasthan and Gujarat . Each state has its own version .

I had always had the Maharashtrian version of this khichadi , which is always made during fasting festivals but this version is very different than the home cooked version.

Here in Gujarat this khichadi is sold on the streets . Normally we have carts which sell this khichadi . They temper and keep the sago and potato ready and when order is placed a few spices and some lemon juice are mixed in and finally the khichadi is topped with aloo chivda , which has loads of peanuts and is spicy as well as sweet . coriander leaves and pomegranate pearls are used to finish off the dish.

The khichadi is really unique and has a burst of flavours . It has sweet , spicy , tangy flavours and at the same time an excellent crunch from the peanuts and pomegranate pearls .Come Explore the Flavours of Gujrat , try this khichadi which can also be enjoyed as a fasting dish and is sold for a mere Rs 30 per serving .

Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi

Some other street foods of Gujrat

Flavored Paani Poori

Daal wada

Daal Paatra

Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi

 

F – Faryali Sabudana Khichadi – Street Food Style

Ingredients

1 cup sago , washed and drained
2 tbsp oil
1 tsp cumin seeds
3/4 cup potatoes , boiled small cubes
Salt to taste

Other ingredients

Green chillies
Sugar powder to taste
Garam masala
Lemon juice
Aloo chivda
Coriander leaves
Pomegranate pearls

Method

Combine the sago and ¾ cup of water in a deep bowl, mix well and keep aside to soak for 2 hours.
Heat oil in a non stick pan and add cumin seeds.
As soon as the seeds crackle , add the potatoes, sago and salt .
Mix well and cook on medium flame for two minutes .
Let cool.
Now take a bowl add a portion of the sago khichadi, green chilly, powdered sugar , garam masala ,and lemon juice .
Mix well .
Remove in a serving bowl.
Top with Aloo chivda, coriander leaves .
Finally garnish with pomegranate pearls .

Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi

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F - Faryali Sabudana Khichadi - Street Food Style
Faryali Sabudana Khichadi is made from sago pearls , potatoes , crunchy peanuts . It is spicy and slightly sweet street food of Gujrat .
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 2 hours
Servings
Ingredients
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 2 hours
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine the sago and ¾ cup of water in a deep bowl, mix well and keep aside to soak for 2 hours.
  2. Heat oil in a non stick pan and add cumin seeds.
  3. As soon as the seeds crackle , add the potatoes, sago and salt .
  4. Mix well and cook on medium flame for two minutes .
  5. Let cool.
  6. Now take a bowl add a portion of the sago khichadi, green chilly, powdered sugar , garam masala ,and lemon juice .
  7. Mix well .
  8. Remove in a serving bowl.
  9. Top with Aloo chivda, coriander leaves .
  10. Finally garnish with pomegranate pearls .
Recipe Notes

17 thoughts on “F – Fariyali Sabudana Khichdi”

  1. Wow, fariyali sabudana khichdi tempts me a lot, what a fabulous street food. Everyday am learning chaat food from u Vaishali. And this dish will definitely please my tastebuds without any fail.

  2. I have tried sago khichdi few times before and really loved it. Adding aloo chivda is quite interesting in this recipe and it must taste delicious with those soft sago pearls. Bookmarked to try

  3. Wow, that is something very interesting .. I never knew there were carts selling Khichidi as street food too, Growing up I always thought Khicidi is a home food Dish, Thank you for sharing so many Information about Gujrat street food , I call you an encyclopedia for a reason 🙂 .. Khichidi looks fantastic di, I love the chivda topping perfect to go with that beautiful sabudana khichdi.. I am loving the captures and the setup here gives it a street food feel, also the blue vintage backdrop looks so fantastic with the white sabudana khicidi di..

  4. I never knew sago khichdi was sold as street food. The whole process to making it to order sound sooo interesting. Khichdi sounds really delicious with all the yummy toppings.

  5. Fantastic choice for the letter Vaishali and what a yummy sabudana khichdi!..and your setup looks so colourful! Loved reading about how this is sold on the streets..so amazing to know that!

  6. That is the regular kichadi decorated to make this beautiful dish right here. Interesting to know that this is a street food. I am sure with all those flavors this will be such a hit. I love how perfect your sabudana pearls have cooked.

  7. I never knew sabudana khichdi is sold on streets in Gujarat but I guess I have never been to Gujarat to see, The addition of aloo chivda makes it more interesting.

  8. Looks tempting vaishali, simple cooking and those toppings makes it inviting!!! very colorful and lots of flavors and textures, must be a great experience eating one on the streets!!!!

  9. I’ve heard that during fasting days and also on Ekadashi so much farali food is available in the shops and the streets in Gujarat. Lovely sabudana khichdi with all the crunchy goodies on top. Awesome dish.

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