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Monday, April 1, 2013

Sabudana Kheer /Sagoo Kheer / Tapioca Pudding with Pistachios


1Lakh 70 Thousand for a standard one student admission fee !!! No please don't you even think that I am fooling you today as it's April Fool Day. We went through a strenuous exercise of admission which started today around 9 am and ended at 5 pm !! Really education system is pathetic here in India. Seriously I better change the topic towards food or else I may write a long and depressing post today...

Today I am posting a very comfortable pudding which is not only is comforting but also takes care of odd time hunger prangs. 

Ingredients:
1/2 cup Sagoo /Tapioca
3 cups Milk
1/2 Sugar 
1/4 tsp Saffron
A big pinch of Cardamom powder
2 tbsp Pistachios 

Method:
Wash and soak the sagoo in enough water for atleast 2 hours. After 2 hours you will see sagoo has soaked up all the water and swelled. Boil the milk in a heavy bottomed pan, after first boil keep stirring for another 10 minutes.

 Stirring continuously so that milk doesn't get burnt from the bottom. Strain extra water from sagoo and add to milk. Cook tapioca till it is cooked properly and becomes transparent. Add sugar, cardamom, saffron and mix well. Simmer for 2 more minutes and remove from heat. Garnish with pistachios. It can be served hot or chilled.


41 comments:

  1. i love sabudana kheer... urs looks really yummy....

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  2. love the cute pearls and fabulous presentation..feel like digging in,Deepa :)

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  3. 1 lakh 70 thousand is really ridiculous. we have no choice than to pay, kheer looks great and nice pics too

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  4. Yum ..ages I made this ...love the pics and props

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  5. wooo love it..!!


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  6. beautiful presentation and yummy kheer. Love to have this now:-)

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  7. Such a yummy kheer.
    Admissions done?

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  8. Ohh I have heard of the fees and admission processes!!
    I am not a fan of sabudana kheer, but you make it look very inviting!

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  9. love this kheer but noone likes in my place :-(

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  10. Love the kheer but is the admission done?

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  11. Reminds me of my childhood days.... I used to ask my mom to prepare this almost every month..

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  12. They are drooling me..looks yummy dear...

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  13. Just mouthwatering...looks yummy & delicious!

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  14. Delicious and creamy kheer,beautiful presentation.

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  15. Which school have you put your lil one in...I remember about 4 years...back I paid 90 K for my daughter's LKG admissions in Blore :(

    The pudding looks really yum

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  16. delicious n rich dessert...

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  17. Lovely presentation,Deepa!! Kheer dekhe jibe jol chole elo!! :)
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  18. As a kid I never liked sabudana kheer but these days I enjoy it. The sabudana that we get here takes only 15 minutes to soak, I think what we get in India is Sagu and that's dfferent from Sabudana. That's what I learnt few months back.

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  19. Love the kheer and your awesome click...beautiful!!

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  20. Love this kheer very much,looks super creamy and irresistible.

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  21. Lovely kheer and love your ramekins

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  22. such a huge amount for standard one is too much :( we can see the future of india from this itself..

    nice clicks dear and like your presentation..

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  23. Oh no..don't scare me with fees..when we come back to bangalore will have the same problem..we even applied for DPS ,whitefield but then we decided to stay here a bit more.....good think in U.K is no fees for schools :)
    BTw Kheer looks yummy..u deserve a Kheer after a stressful day :)

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  25. Delicious kheer with sago Deepa.

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  26. One of the most elegant desserts for festivals and you have portrayed it beautifully.

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  27. true education in India is truly pathetic, better to go for homeschooling ! Sabu dana kheer is just awesome and am not so good in handling it.

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  29. Mouthwatering and delicious looking pudding dear! Craving for it now ;)

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  31. Looks super delicious, craving for some now..Nice clicks :)

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  32. awesome pictures...very cute bowls of sago pudding...

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  33. I've been wanting to try out kheer, ever since I tripped out on them in Kerala in Jan. I can't wait to try this out!

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  34. Yummmm... This kheer looks delicious and inviting Deepa :-)

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