Heera Sago Seeds (Sabudana,Tapioca) Medium beads, 500g

Heera Sago Seeds (Sabudana,Tapioca) Medium beads, 500g

Heera Sago Seeds (Sabudana,Tapioca) Medium beads, 500g

€3.50

Sabudana (Tapioca) Medium beads are a popular ingredient in Indian cuisine. Also known as sago, these small and translucent beads are derived from the cassava plant. In India, sabudana is commonly used to make dishes like sabudana khichdi and sabudana vada. It is a versatile ingredient that is often cooked into snacks, desserts, and even used as a thickening agent. Sabudana is enjoyed not only in India but also in other parts of the world for its unique texture and taste.

 

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Best before : 01-Mar-2025
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Sabudana (Tapioca) Medium beads, also known as sago, are a widely used ingredient in Indian cuisine. Derived from the cassava plant, these small and translucent beads have a unique texture and taste that adds an interesting element to various dishes. Sabudana is known by different local names in Indian languages such as "sabudana" in Hindi and Marathi, "javvarisi" in Tamil, "saggubiyyam" in Telugu, and "sabbakki" in Kannada.

In India, sabudana is widely used to prepare traditional dishes like sabudana khichdi and sabudana vada. Sabudana khichdi is a savory breakfast or snack item made by cooking soaked sabudana with spices, peanuts, and vegetables. Sabudana vada, on the other hand, is a deep-fried snack made from mashed potatoes, sabudana, and spices. These dishes are loved for their distinct taste and chewy texture.

Apart from these popular preparations, sabudana is a versatile ingredient that can be used in various ways. It can be added to kheer (a rice pudding), payasam (a sweet milk-based dessert), or used as a thickening agent in soups and sauces. In many parts of India, sabudana is also used to make papads (thin, crispy wafers) and sabudana poha (flattened rice flakes cooked with sabudana, peanuts, and spices).

Beyond India, sabudana is enjoyed in different cultures around the world. It is used in Taiwanese bubble tea as the tapioca pearls at the bottom of the drink, and in Brazilian cuisine as a base for dishes like tapioca crepes. The versatile nature of sabudana makes it a fascinating ingredient to explore in different culinary traditions, while its nutty flavor and soft texture add a delightful touch to any dish.

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Best Before 01-Mar-2025
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