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October 4, 2010

Saggubiyyam Mixture ~ Sabudana Chivda

Ingredients :

Sago / Sabudana : 2 cups
Peanuts : 1 cup
Cashews : 1/4 to 1/2 cup
Curry Leaves : 2 stems
Red Chilli Powder : 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying

Method :

Heat oil in vessel. Deep fry the sago in hot oil till puffed up. Drain and place them on a tissue paper and set aside. Now deep fry the peanuts till brown color and keep them aside. Also fry the cashews. Fry the curry leaves for few seconds and take them out into a plate. Combine all the fried ingredients in a wide bowl and add the salt and red chilli powder and mix very well. Serve as a snack.

Other Names : Sabudana Fry, Sago Mixture, Saggubiyyam Vepudu, Javvarisi Chiwada.

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32 comments:

  1. wow gr8 idea of making sagu mixture ...i am ready to much this yummy snack any time ..thankq for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  2. hey I tried this before but the sago won't fry well.. any tip or that? do we hv to soak it a few hrs or something?

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  3. This is something new to me .Looks lovely

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  4. looks nice and yum,i love this snack but never knew it was done this way...thanks for sharing it ...

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  5. I love this one already. I am big fan of sabudana. Will make it this week.

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  6. Brilliant click Hari chandana..Love chivadas anytime...

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  7. Manchi recipe idhi hari,chala bavunnayi recipe inka clicks kuda..

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  8. A yummy Snack! Beautiful click!

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  9. Best time to have them..it's getting really chilly here

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  10. awesome is the word for this chandana. love this recipe...by any chance can we puff the sabudana in the oven?

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  11. i love sabudana chivda, never tried making it at home, thanks for sharing this recipe, gotta try it

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  12. Terribly irresistible and tempting chivda..

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  13. Looks tasty and delicious.Do you fry dry sabudana don't they pop when you fry them??

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  14. totally new to me....looks awasome and love the click!!

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  15. I just love subudana and perfect snack for a evening!

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  16. Lovely!!
    Got to try this sabudana snack. Will ask you if I'm stuck in between.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  17. Dear a doubt doesn't the Sago seeds splatter out from oil????
    It luks so tempting tht m feeling like trying it

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  18. What a great snack! Looks cool!

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  19. Lovely Recipe...i have a surprise for you in my blog..

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  20. Thanks for visiting my blog! I have never tried deep frying sago, though have cooked it a few times. Nice snack!

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  21. Hari Chandana, do you fry the Sabudhana when it's dry?????

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