Instant Pot Carrot Sabudana Kheer ~ Tapioca Pudding

Instant Pot carrot sabudana kheer is a delicious, easy Indian sweet. Theme of the Week – Colorful Food As my regular readers know, I do blogging marathons with a group of bloggers and we post theme based recipes 3 times a week. Theme for this week is colorful food and the first recipe is carrot […]

Wadiyalu

I could not think of any regional food starting with W, in this A-Z Challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine. I had to twist the letter, just like I did with Q, to come up with a post for today. I have W for Wadiyalu, actually spelled vadiyalu. Wadiyalu are sundried crisps, sundried lentil balls, sun […]

Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu ~ Sago Vadi ~ Tapioca Pearls Crisps

Vadiyalu are sun dried crisps, sundried lentil balls or patties made with either lentils, vegetables or rice. Name of the vadiyam (singular) starts with the ingredient used, followed by the word vadiyam. Today I have vadiyalu made with saggubiyyam/sago/tapioca pearl. Saggubiyyam is cooked with plenty of water until soft and seasoned to taste. Saggubiyyam are […]

Sabudana Vada from Maharashtra

Sabudana vada is a crispy fritter with sabudana, mashed potato and peanuts. Great snack and a fasting food Maharashtra is one of the western states of India with a long coastal line. The state borders Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa and the Arabian Sea. All these bordering states influence the cuisine of […]

Indian Cooking Challenge: Saggu Biyyam Murukulu

This month’s challenge is sagu biyyam (tapioca) muruku.  I almost forgot about the challenge,  until I saw Srivalli’s post yesterday.  I soaked the sagu right away and wanted to make it yesterday afternoon.  As I was going thru the recipe, I realized that I have to soak the sagu for 3 hours, not 30 minutes, […]

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