This year, Chaitra Navratri begins from 13 April 2021
Navratri is just around the corner and we cannot stop our excitement. In India, we have four Navratri throughout the year; However, Sharad Navaratri and Chaitra Navaratri are celebrated on a large scale. In the meantime, we mark Chaitra Navratri. This year, Chaitra Navratri begins from April 13, 2021 and ends on April 21, 2021. Among the most important festivals of Hindus, devotees worship Goddess Durga and her nine avatars during the nine days. Devotees keep fast throughout the day and break their fast with light, satvic food. Talking about satvik food, the first dish that comes to our mind is sago kheer. Due to its rich carb content, sabudana helps you get instant energy — making it one of the most popular choices for all.
Sago kheer is basically a traditional kheer in which rice or vermicelli is replaced with sabudana. The rest of the process of making this kheer is almost the same. We have given you a recipe that will help you make this classic dessert in no time. But before jumping into the recipe, Let’s know what we need to make classic sago kheer:
Navratri 2021: How to Make Sago Kheer Sago Kheer Recipe
To begin, soak the sabudana in water for 30 minutes, then boil it in water until soft. Now add milk, sugar, cardamom and let it thicken. Finally garnish with dry fruits and serve.
If you are planning to make sabudana kheer for your Navratri fast, here we have the detailed recipe (with quantity for you. Click here. Recipe
Happy Navratri 2021, everyone!
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