Gudi Padwa 2019: Easy sabudana recipes to give energy in fasting time

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New Delhi : Gudi Padwa celebration is not just limited to rituals and worship of God and Goddess. The day begins by consumption of the bitter sweet combination of neem leaves with jaggery or gur.  The mixture of said to symbolise the taste of life which shows us both joyful and sorrowful days. Other than this, most people love to enjoy pure satvik recipes, i.e food prepared without onion and garlic. 

If you want to enjoy a healthy Gudi Padwa 2019, then you may savour the taste of the following sabudana recipes which are super easy to make at home. Experts say that sabudana are rich in energy and has good amount of dietary fibre that helps to rebalance the healthy gut bacteria. The recipes are also great eating options for people fasting in Chaitra Navratri.

  • Sabudana Upma

This south Indian dish is very healthy and tasty. It cooks in a few minutes. It is made with sago, potatoes and roasted peanuts with an amalgamation of spices and condiments.

  • Sabudana Puri

This is a simple snack that is highly preffered and loved by everyone during dinner and lunch. This north indian side dish is made with sago, wheat flour and mashed peas. It is deep fried and eaten with vegetable curry.

  • Sabudana Tikki

It is a delicious crispy Tikki that is made effortlessly. It is a perfect tea time snack and is loaded with the flavour of different spices. This delicacy is made with sago and spices and deep fried.

  • Sabudana kheer

This Indian dessert is full of energy and carbohydrates. It is a wholesome diet of carbohydrates. Sabudana is easy to digest and has a cooling effect on our digestion system and which is why it is also used to check an upset stomach or diarrhea. Since it does not have a strong flavour of its own, it can be blended well with any kind of spices or sweet.

  • Sabudana Khichdi

Usually considered as main course recipe, it is a perfect Vrat recipe, which can be savoured on festivals like Navratri and Shivratri.