Monday, October 8, 2018

Javvarisi Sundal | Sabunada Sundal | Sago Snack

Javvarisi/Sago Sundal, a delicious sundal/savory snack made from the tapioca pearls. In north india, sago dishes are widely prepared during vratham/vrat days. Last year i had tried this sago upma around navrathri time and it was instant hit at my home, since then i have been making  sago upma frequently as breakfast. 

So when i came across this sundal recipe, without much thinking, i tried it immediately and i knew that it would be delicious for sure. As expected it turned out so good and already i have made this couple of times as snack for our evening time. 

Since navarathri/Golu season is coming near by, thought of sharing this unique javvarisi sundal recipe,hence prepared it yesterday just to post here and of course we had it with some hot cup of chai. It was scrumptious !!! Now let's check out how to make this delicious and cute looking Sago Sundal. 

And if you're looking for some sweet sago dishes ,here they are 
Sago Payasam with Jaggery
Paruppu Sago Payasam
Semiya Sago Payasam

Javvarisi Sundal | Sago Sundal | Tapioca Pearl Snack

Preparation Time : 8 hrs for soaking | Cooking Time : 15 minsServes :
Recipe Category: Sundal | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Javvarisi Sundal, Sabunada Sundal, Sago Sundal Javvarisi/Sago Sundal, a delicious sundal/savory snack made from the tapioca pearls.
Javvarisi/Sago/Tapioca Pearls - 1/2 cup
Moong dal - 2 tbsp
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard & urad dal - 1/4 tsp
Red chili - 1 
Grated coconut - 2 tbsp

Measure and take the javvarisi in a bowl, wash it well for twice and then add water just enough to cover the javvarisi , cover the bowl with lid and set it aside for overnight.
In the next morning, the javvarisi absorb all the water and it's almost doubled in size, also when you press it with fingers, it should be mushy. Soak the moong dal for 2-3 hrs.
Next heat the pan with 1/2 cup of water and add the soaked moong dal, once it's comes to boil, cover it lid and cook until it's soft.
Drain the excess water and keep it aside, heat the oil in a pan, add mustard,urad dal and red chili, let the mustard splutters.
Then add the soaked sago and enough salt, mix it well.
Sprinkle 1 tbsp of water and cover cook the javvarisi until it becomes transparent. Then add the cooked dal.
Mix it well, finally add the grated coconut and gently stir it together. Switch off the flame.
Tasty Javvarisi/Sago Sundal is ready.

Related : How to make Chana Dal Sundal 

  • When soaking sago, make sure that the water is just enough to cover the sago, if it's more, the sogo became too mushy. 
  • Cook the dal till it's soft and retain its shape.
  • When cooking sago, stir it gently now & then to avoid sticking to the bottom.

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