Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Sabudane Ki Kheer - साबूदाने की खीर (Tapioca Pudding) - Celebrating My First Gift and Award

Hello Friends,


Wow what a day !!! It cannot get any better. For a new blogger on the block it is a big achievement. I recived my very first gifts and award from fellow bloggers. I love you guys for appreciating and encouraging. Please keep visiting and spreading the word and I will get encouragement to get more and more recipes there.


This "Sunshine" award is from Kiran. Thank you very much Kiran for extending my very first blog award. I love your recipes and please keep posting many more and also encouraging me :)


I would like to share my Sunshine Award with the following fellow bloggers: 


Rupali (The very person who inspired me to start a blog), ShamaRuchikaAsankhanaJyothiSailajaBangalorebakerSumaAnjumDivyaNupurNithubala and SE.


These Award Winners have to do the following :


1) Use the logo within your post .
2) Pass on to atleast 12 other bloggers .
3) Add a link to the nominees in your post.
4) Let the nominees know of their award
5) Share the love and link to the friend, who has passed this award to you.


The following 2 gifts are from Shama. Shama, thank you very much for sharing this with a new fellow blogger. I really appreciate it. Please keep posting super delicious and easy recipes as you always do. You are an inspiration to me.


What a better way to celebrate these than making something sweet. So, I would like to share today a yummy kheer recipe.


Sabudane Ki Kheer - साबूदाने की खीर (Tapioca Pudding)


Ingredients
Sabudana (Tapioca) - 1 cup
Milk - 4 cups
Sugar - 1 cup
Ilaichi (Cardamom) - 1 tsp
Kishmish (Raisin) - 1 tbsp
Kaju (Cashews) - 1 tbsp
Preparation

  • Wash and soak sabudana for half an hour.
  • Boil milk in a pan and add sabudana and mix well
  • Simmer and cook till sabudana is cooked well (till translucent)
  • Now add sugar, ilaichi and let it dissolve and cook for few more min.
  • Take a small pan, add ghee and fry kaju and kishmish individually
  • Add fried kaju and kishmish to the ready kheer.

Serving
Serve it as a dessert preferrably hot as it tends to get thick when cold. Feel free to add more milk and heat it up right before serving.


This recipe is going for EVENT KHEER FESTIVAL AT EASY2COOKRECIPES.







I also tried the Long Beans in Peanut Sauce recipe that Champa posted. Champa, it was super yummy and surely never made before but still appreciated. So, all appreciation goes to you dear. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I greatly recommend everyone trying it.


Sending this to Cooking With Seeds - Sago Seeds event of Niloufer started by Priya.



Till my next post, take care.

16 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Congratulations on ur awards. You deserve them and an apt way of celebrating with a kheer. Kheer sounds tasty.

Shama Nagarajan said...

enjoy your awards dear..you deserve them... thank you for ur compliments...

Shama Nagarajan said...

please do participate in my kheer event.....

Nithu Bala said...

Dear Congrats on your awards and gifts..Kheer is very delicious..you have clicked it too nicely..Thanks for sharing the award with me..I'l post it soon in my blog..

Nupur said...

Thank you so much for the award- very sweet of you! I am really enjoying all the Rajasthani specialties on your blog and look forward to your future posts.

BangaloreBaker said...

Priya, Thank you so much for the award and the feedback on one of my recipes. I greatly appreciate it.

Madhoo said...

Great Work Priya! Please pass on some of your energy to me as well i really need it. Hats off to you!

Madhoo said...

Congrats Priya! Please pass on some of your energy to me as well, you are really an all rounder with 2 kids!

R said...

heartiest congratulations on ur very first award priya!!! and a sincere thanks for sharing the award w/me :)) will surely pass it on soon!!
the sabudana kheer is yummy, n'joy ur celebration :))

Nithu Bala said...

Dear, you have more of awards waiting at my blog..please do collect them dear:-)
http://www.nithubala.com/2010/03/its-award-time.html

ruchikacooks said...

Congrats on the awards Priya. You deserve more. Thanks for sharing it with me, kheer seems like the post to celebrate the award :)

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Thanks everyone for such nice generous words. I am blogging because I have all your support and I mean it. Love you all.

Panchpakwan said...

Congats on Award...Thank you so much for sharing with me..That was such thoughtful of you dear...

Sabudane ke khir looks yumm:)

Suma Gandlur said...

Congrats! Thanks for sharing it with me. I love simple kheers like this one.

Divya Vikram said...

First time here. Lovely recipes. Thanks for sharing the award with me.

ARUNA said...

Nice way of celebration.....congrats on ur awards!!!

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