Sabbakki(Sago) Chitranna

Sabbakki/Sago chitranna for sago lovers.........

Sabbakki/Sabbemu/Sabudana/Sago - 1 cup (take big pearl sago for this preparation)
Huli Majjige/Sour Buttermilk  - 2 cup
Hasirumenasinakayi/Green Chilli - 2
Eerulli/Onion - 1 small
Hurgadale Pudi/Roasted chanadal powder - 1tsp
Kottambari soppu/Coriander leaves - 2tsp
Enne/Oil - 2 tbsp
Sasive/Mustard - 1/4 tsp
Karibevu/Curry leaves
Kadalebele/Deskinned split black chickpeas/Chanadal - 1tsp
Uddinabele/Deskinned split black lentils/Uriddal - 1/2 tsp

Method:
1. Wash sago well. Soak sago in sour buttermilk for 8hrs. Drain sago and spread it on a clean towel to remove the excess moisture.
2.  Wash, green chilli, deskin onion. Cut chillies and onion lengthwise
3. Heat oil, add mustard. When mustard stops popping add chanadal and uriddal when they turn red add green chilli, curry leaf and onion. Mix. Let onions turn pink and soft then add turmeric and salt, mix well. Add sago and reduce the heat. Add hurgadale pudi and mix everything. Let the mixture be on stove till it gets warm. Add coriander leaves and serve hot.


24 comments:

Leena said...

Love sabbakki in any prep, chitranna looks yummy and delicious!

Reshmi said...

never heard abt this dish...looking delicious...

PranisKitchen said...

mysore specil saggo dish..looks delicious..very unique..

Rachana said...

I love both sweet and savoury sago dishes... this looks delicious too :-)

Apu said...

Delicious!! I adore this so called nylon sago!! We have started getting it in my grocer's now.

notyet100 said...

so glad to cee ur post,..this must have tasted great,,;-)

sowmya's creative saga said...

a new recipe with sabudana..sounds good..

Priya said...

Such a unique dish with sago, very tempting..

Kannada Cuisine said...

Sabbakki chitranna na? Gottirlilla ri.. super agi kantaide

Uma said...

nice dish with sago. looks so delicious :)

Anonymous said...

Wow Lakshmi....nanu try madthene....:)
Mangala

BangaloreBaker said...

I have never tasted this. Should give it a try. Looks good.

YOSEE said...

Wow ! Looks and sounds yummy. Hadn't heard of it. Will surely try it out.

Cham said...

I never tasted this one, thanks for sharing Laks :)
How r U? and the little ones?

Divya Vikram said...

Looks tangy and delicious :)

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This sounds so different. Never tried this before. Looks good. YUM!

Rekha said...

Looks delicious and healthy too.

Chitra said...

Happy to see your post.How are babies?As babies we were brought up on sago gruel.
Now I would like to try and taste this delicious chitra anna.

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Nice chitranna ..hegidhira and nema magu ??

Mallugirl said...

love sabudana in any form.the bubbles are a unique texture.

Srivalli said...

Nice one lakashmi, hope you are keep well..

Anonymous said...

Hi Lakhsmi,

Yummy!!!!!!! idanne keluvu kade 'khees' athva 'sabudana khichdi antaare. Another way of making it is to add roasted peanut powder, salt and turmeric to sago after the buttermilk/water has been drained out. Then, proceed with the process you have mentioned. Additionally, I add finely cut potatoes and green peas.

Cheers,
Sandhya

indu said...

Hi,

Its very tasty. Thank you so much

Mrudula said...

Dear Lakshmi,

Can i have a link for kannada magazine 'GrihaShobha" if u have any idea.. pls let me know.. so that i can read online..

Thanks,
Mrudula. :-)