Sabudana Kheer- Tapioca Pudding

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This recipe was entered in The Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook contest, a compilation of the world’s best food blogs which was published in Fall 2010.


1 1/2 cup Sabudana /Tapioca
2 4 cups milk
3 1/2 cups Sugar
4 2-3 green Cardamons/Elaichi (optional)
6 1 tablespoons ghee or unsalted butter


Wash Sabudana and soak it in 1 cup of water for about 2-3 hrs. I prefer 3 hours but 2 hours is fine as well. Sabudana will soak up most of the water and become light and fluffy.
Next take a thick bottom pan and bring the milk to a boil. Add Sugar and the soaked sabudana with the water and crushed cardamoms. Keep this on slow flame and let it simmer for about 30-35 minutes.
In the meanwhile chop the almonds and cashews. Fry the nuts and raisins in ghee or unsalted butter and keep it ready.
Thats it...You just sit and relax or watch your favorite show while your Kheer is being slow cooked. You will see its color changing to a slight golden color.
Just when its done add the fried nuts and raisins and simmer for another 2-3 minutes. Serve hot or chilled.


Sanjana Modha's picture

Definetly 5 stars here Dolly! Love your recipe!


Its my 25th Post. I am so excited. So an appropriate dish to mark this milestone in my food blogging world would be a dessert.

I know its just my 25th..compared to so many of my blogger friends who have so many beautiful recipes in their repertoire. I have great respect for you all and your beautiful creations. All of you are so supportive of each other , which made me stay here a bit longer and not give up. Each day just hanging in there...Knowing someone will read my recipe and care enough to leave their comments. That really feels good. Great thankyou to all my followers. Also we have so many newbies like me coming in afresh with newer ideas. A warm welcome to you all.

Today's recipe is really easy. I'm a great fan of easy recipes with minimum ingredients. So this is made with most of the stuff you'll find it in your pantry.




Tuesday, December 8, 2009 - 9:59am


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