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sabudana khicchdi

Post by Guest on Sun Nov 13, 2011 4:45 pm


dared make it again after many years... I still suck at it.

This is one of the reasons why I need to keep gujjus and marathis around me... and be a great DIL to my MIL, coz she makes it the best.

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Re: sabudana khicchdi

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:30 pm

i've made it on multiple occasions with success. the idea is to soak it ahead of time and make sure you get rid of all the water before you cook, so it doesn't gel and make a mess. it's not that hard. all cooking is chemistry. learn a good bit of physical chemistry and you'll automatically be a good cook.

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Re: sabudana khicchdi

Post by Guest on Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:36 pm

MaxEntropy_Man wrote:i've made it on multiple occasions with success. the idea is to soak it ahead of time and make sure you get rid of all the water before you cook, so it doesn't gel and make a mess. it's not that hard. all cooking is chemistry. learn a good bit of physical chemistry and you'll automatically be a good cook.

ya that's what I didn't do, that is to take out the excess water... Also didn't have peanuts.

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Re: sabudana khicchdi

Post by Guest on Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:38 pm

just wash it well and soak in very little water overnight. not completely soaked in water.
use a lot of groundnut. roast, grind and mix it with the soaked and softened sabudana so they dont stick together and add salt to the mixture. use more than usual oil.
i love sabudane ki khichdi **drools**

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Re: sabudana khicchdi

Post by chameli on Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:18 pm

yes key is not to add too much water ..

how about cut up green chillies and coriander leaves mixed in ..?

takes up too much oil though.. as u mentioned

love the consistency of sabudana

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Re: sabudana khicchdi

Post by Rekz on Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:22 pm

Next to thayir sadam,sabudana kichadi is the easiest dish to prepare.

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