Sabudana Namkeen for Fast/Navratra Recipe

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    Sabudana Namakeen Recipe for Vrat/Navratra Video in Hindi

    Sabudana namkeen is a crispy and yummy namkeen recipe that can be consumed during fasts. As we all know that special Namkeen are available for people who observe fasts during navratri. You can buy these special namkeen consumed in fasting from the market or prepare them at home. Yes, you can very easily prepare these sago namkeen yourself. Here’s an easy recipe for making this namkeen at your home. It can be made easily at home and will definitely be better than the namkeen available in the market.

    Namkeens eaten in fasts can be made in various ways. You can use peanuts and sago (sabudana) to make this namkeen or you can add any kind of dry fruits to it to enhance its taste. Just prepare the namkeen one day and eat it for all 9 days of the fasting. We are sure you will definitely like it. Try out this easy recipe with step-by-step instructions and enjoy!

    Directions

    Getting ready:

    In a big bowl, take the sago pearls. Pour 2 tsp water, mix it well and leave them aside for 5 minutes so that they become moist.

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    Clean the peanuts and keep them in another small bowl.

    sabudana namkeenMaking:

    After 5 minutes, sago pearls have become moist. Heat enough oil in a wok. Once the oil heats up well then put 1-2 tbsp sago pearls into it. Keep the flame low. After few minutes sago pearls will get puffed up and starts rising. Stir with the ladle and let them cook for 2-3 minutes.

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    After around 5 minutes, sago pearls will get cooked through. Once all the sago rises take them out on a plate. Break and eat the sago to check whether they are properly cooked from the core also. Put the remaining sago and fry them in the same way.

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    Now add peanuts into the same oil and fry them on low flame as well. Stir them continuously till they turn light brown in color.

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    Peanuts have turned brown in color. Transfer it to another plate. Fry the almonds and coconut slices as well in the same oil until they turn nice brown in color. Take them out in the same plate with peanuts.

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    Take a big mixing bowl and add fried sago pearls along with fried peanuts, almonds and coconut slices. Then add sendha salt and black pepper into the mixture. Mix everything well together. Sago pearls namkeen for fast is now ready.

    sabudana namkeenServing:

    Serve this delicious and crispy sago pearls namkeen as it is. You can eat it during any time of the day of your fasting days. Let it cool down and store the remaining namkeen in an airtight container for next day or coming 9 days of fasting. Enjoy!

    Sabudana Namkeen for Fast/Navratra Recipe Sabudana Namkeen for Fast/Navratra Recipe
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    Serves: 4
     
    Ingredients
    • Sago (sabudana) - 200grams (1/2cup)
    • Peanuts - 200grams (1 cup)
    • Almonds - 15-20
    • Refined oil or ghee - to fry
    • Coconut - cut into thin slice (1/2 cup)
    • Sendha salt - 1 tsp
    • Black pepper - ½ tsp
    Instructions
    1. In a big bowl, take the sago pearls. Pour 2 tsp water, mix it well and leave them aside for 5 minutes so that they become moist.
    2. Clean the peanuts and keep them in another small bowl.
    3. After 5 minutes, sago pearls have become moist. Heat enough oil in a wok. Once the oil heats up well then put 1-2 tbsp sago pearls into it. Keep the flame low. After few minutes sago pearls will get puffed up and starts rising. Stir with the ladle and let them cook for 2-3 minutes.
    4. After around 5 minutes, sago pearls will get cooked through. Once all the sago rises take them out on a plate. Break and eat the sago to check whether they are properly cooked from the core also. Put the remaining sago and fry them in the same way.
    5. Now add peanuts into the same oil and fry them on low flame as well. Stir them continuously till they turn light brown in color.
    6. Peanuts have turned brown in color. Transfer it to another plate.
    7. Fry the almonds and coconut slices as well in the same oil until they turn nice brown in color. Take them out in the same plate with peanuts.
    8. Take a big mixing bowl and add fried sago pearls along with fried peanuts, almonds and coconut slices. Then add sendha salt and black pepper into the mixture. Mix everything well together. Sago pearls namkeen for fast is now ready
    9. Serve this delicious and crispy sago pearls namkeen as it is. You can eat it during any time of the day of your fasting days. Let it cool down and store the remaining namkeen in an airtight container for next day or coming 9 days of fasting. Enjoy!

     

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    • hifsa

      Maam I wanted to make sabudana namkeen recipe and gave it a try. But my sago pearls got too greasy and wet. Can you please share how much water is required to soak sabudana?

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Immerse sago pearls completely in water and don’t soak it for too long.

    • dinesh

      Mam, I made sago pearls namkeen yesterday but sago pearls absorbed too much of oil and didn’t get crispy either. What can I do to make perfect sabudana namkeen?

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Fry them in sufficient hot oil.

    • ranjana

      Hello, nisha ji! Thanks a lot for sharing wonderful recipes with us. Can I use small size tapioca pearls for making fried tapioca namkeen at home?

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Yes, you can use any variety.

    • vibha

      Thanks mam for this amazing recipe for fasts. For making this sabudana namkeen at home is it important to soak sabudana before frying them?

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Yes, it is important to soak them. This way they will turn crispy after frying.

    • gurbakshish

      For making sago pearls namkeen for fasts, is it necessary to fry everything separately or I can fry everything together as it will save my time.

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Yes, it is necessary to fry everything separately because every ingredients have different frying temperature and time.

    • monika

      Nisha ji, Thanks for sharing recipes for fast. Can I add boora instead or black pepper and sendha salt to make sabudana namkeen sweet?

      • Nisha Madhulika

        Yes you can.

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