Sabudana Khajur Kheer | Sugar and Oil-Free
First of all, now that I’ve shared around three savoury Navratri vrat dishes, it’s about to time share some nice sweet ones. So, shall we? Sabudana Khajur Kheer is a delicious, easy-to-make, hassle-free recipe which you can cook using falahar ingredients.
This Sabudana Khajur Kheer or pudding is creamy, thick, mildly sweet and is gives your that nice boost of energy and rejuvenation. Also, this Sabudana Khajur Kheer recipe is oil-free and refined sugar-free which makes it pretty healthy.
Additionally, if you liked this Sabudana Khajur Kheer recipe and looking for Navratri recipes, I’m sure you’ll also love Sabudana Tikki, Makhana Namkeen and Sabudana Khichdi . Finally, if you make this Sabudana Khajur Kheer recipe or any other recipe from my blog, please share the pictures with me by tagging me @life_is_delicious_ on Instagram. By all means, I love seeing your beautiful recreations. 🙂
Serves 2 people
Preparation time Soak Sabudana for 4-5 hours
Cooking time 15 minutes
Sabudana Khajur Kheer Recipe
- 1⁄2 cup sabudana or tapioca pearls
- 11⁄2 cup of milk
- 3-4 dates or khajur
- 1 tbsp coconut slices
- 4-5 almonds or badam
- 6-7 raisins or kishmish
HOW TO MAKE SABUDANA KHAJUR KHEER
- First, soak sabudana in half cup of milk and crushed dates for 5 hours or overnight.
- Then, after 5 hours, the sabudana will double in size, soaking up most of the milk and softening up.
- Next, in a pan on low flame, add the soft sabudana along with the milk in which we soaked them and dates.
- Further, add 1 cup of milk, raisins or kishmish and start cooking low to medium heat.
- Finally, when there is a thick consistency, switch off the heat and serve hot garnished with sliced coconuts and almonds.
- I soak sabudana in milk with crushed dates so a nice mild sweet taste is also soaked in the dish. I found out that adding 4 dates makes the dish sweet enough to be relished with great love but if you want it to be extra sweet, go ahead and add a sweetener of your choice.