Rajgira (Amarnath) and sabudana khichdi cones

Rajgira (Amarnath) and sabudana khichdi cones

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Rajgira (Amaranth) and sabudana khichdi cones makes a delicious combination. This looks very attractive and it’s fun to bite into it.

Come fasting days and first dish that pops out in my mind is Sabudana khichdi. It is favourite of everyone and is made almost daily during fasting days. The khichdi is quite filling and taste yummilicious too.

Another ingredient that has acquired great importance during Navratri, is Rajgira. But it’s so boring to eat same style of food during fasting days.

And why the fasting food can’t be made more appealing and can be presented in different and attractive way?

So here I have combined two fasting dishes together and here arrives a new style fasting recipe.

You may like to try my other yummy fasting recipes 👇

Rajgira creme brulee

No bake mix fruit pie

Rajgira fruit tart no bake

Making dough perfectly :

Amaranth flour/rajgira aata is gluten free, it is bit difficult to make a smooth dough with it. Always knead the flour with warm water.

Delicious combination :

The cones made with rajgira and stuffed with sabudana khichdi turns out to be one pretty looking dish when presented in this style.

So let’s begin….

 

 

Prep time : 55 minutes

Cook time : 20 minutes

Serves : 4

 

Rajgira/Amaranth and sabudana khichdi cones

To make Cones :

Rajgira/Amaranth flour 1 cup

Rock Salt 1/2 tsp

Warm water to knead the dough

Some Rajgira flour for dusting

For Sabudana khichdi :

Sabudana 1 cup soaked

Clarified Butter 1 spoon

Cumin 1 tsp

Boiled and chopped Potato 1/2

Green Chillies chopped 2

Salt/ Rock Salt to taste

Ground pea Nuts coarse powder 2 tbsp

Sugar 2 tsp

Lime juice 2 tsp

Coriander leaves handful

Grated coconut 4 tsp

Pomegrante pearls few

Farari/upvaas/vrat namkeen/chivda

 

How to make Rajgira (Amaranth)  and sabudana khichdi cones?

First wash and soak sabudana in minimum water for an hour or more.

Meanwhile knead the dough with rajgira atta and rock salt with warm water, to make cones.

Cover the dough and keep aside. Rest it for 10 minutes. Divide the dough in 2 equal parts.

Roll one dough ball in round shape in between two plastic sheets. As rajgira atta is difficult to handle, take care while rolling it and moulding it.

Remove the plastic sheets. Then cut the round chapati in 2 halves with knife.Take one half and roll it like how we make samosa cover or cone.

Like this method, in all make 2 round chapatis, cut it in half and roll like samosa cover/cone.

In this way you will have 4 cones.

Rajgira/Amaranth and sabudana khichdi cones

Now bake/deep fry rajgira cones. Heat the oil and after that lower the flame.

Take one Cone and put the open side of Cone down in the oil first.

Let it fry on that side for few seconds and after that turn it in the oil and deep fry on all the sides. Likewise fry all 4 cones one by one.

Drain this on tissue paper.

Now make stuffing of sabudana Khichdi for cones :

In a non stick pan put clarified butter. Add cumin seeds. Add chopped chillies. Once it crackle, add boiled and chopped potatoes. Saute it and add previously soaked sabudana to it.

Add salt and red chilli powder. Now add coarse powder of groundnuts. Saute it and add sugar. Mix nicely and finish it with lemon juice.

 

Remove the pan from stove and sprinkle chopped coriander on the top of Sabudana khichdi. Transfer in a bowl nd keep it aside

Assembly of Cone :

Take one Cone, fill it with stuffing of sabudana khichdi. Top it with farari/upvaas namkeen over it. Again layer with sabudana khichdi.

 

Rajgira/Amaranth and sabudana khichdi cones

 

Garnish with pomegranate pearls and coriander leaves.

My Tip:
1. You can make sabudana khichdi stuffing according to your taste and tweak the ingredients for upvaas/vrat.
2. You can serve this dish with Imli gud ki chutney.

Happy cooking

Regards ❤️

Lata

 

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Rajgira/Amaranth and sabudana khichdi cones, makes a delicious combination. This looks very attractive too and it's fun to bite into it.
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Recipe type: Fasting/Upvaas Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • To make Cones :
  • Rajgira/Amaranth flour 1 cup
  • Rock Salt ½ tsp
  • Warm water to knead the dough
  • Some Rajgira flour for dusting
  • For Sabudana khichdi :
  • Sabudana 1 cup soaked
  • Clarified Butter 1 spoon
  • Cumin 1 tsp
  • Boiled and chopped Potato ½
  • Green Chillies chopped 2
  • Salt/ Rock Salt to taste
  • Ground pea Nuts coarse powder 2 tbsp
  • Sugar 2 tsp
  • Lime juice 2 tsp
  • Coriander leaves handful
  • Grated coconut 4 tsp
  • Pomegrante pearls few
  • Farari/upvaas/vrat namkeen/chivda
Instructions
  1. First wash and soak sabudana in minimum water for an hour or more.
  2. Meanwhile knead the dough with rajgira atta and rock salt with warm water, to make cones.
  3. Cover the dough and keep aside. Rest it for 10 minutes. Divide the dough in 2 equal parts.
  4. Roll one dough ball in round shape in between two plastic sheets. As rajgira atta is difficult to handle, take care while rolling it and moulding it.
  5. Remove the plastic sheets. Then cut the round chapati in 2 halves with knife.Take one half and roll it like how we make samosa cover or cone.
  6. Like this method, in all make 2 round chapatis, cut it in half and roll like samosa cover/cone.
  7. In this way you will have 4 cones.
  8. Now bake/deep fry rajgira cones in oil. Heat the oil and after that lower the flame
  9. First take one Cone and put the open side of Cone down in the oil first
  10. Let it fry on that side for few seconds and after that turn it in the oil and deep fry on all the sides. Likewise fry all 4 cones one by one.
  11. Drain this on tissue paper.
  12. Now make stuffing of sabudana Khichdi for cones :
  13. In a non stick pan put clarified butter. Add cumin seeds. Add chopped chillies. Once it crackle, add boiled and chopped potatoes. Saute it and add previously soaked sabudana to it.
  14. Add salt and red chilli powder. Now add coarse powder of groundnuts. Saute it and add sugar. Mix nicely and finish it with lemon juice.
  15. Remove the pan from the stove and garnish with chopped coriander. Remove in a bowl nd keep it aside
  16. Assembly of Cone :
  17. Take one Cone, fill it with stuffing of sabudana khichdi. Top it with farari/upvaas namkeen over it. Again later with sabudana khichdi.
  18. Garnish with pomegranate pearls and coriander leaves.
Notes
1. You can make sabudana khichdi stuffing according to your taste and tweak the ingredients for upvaas/vrat/fasting.
2. You can serve this dish with Imli gud ki chutney.

 

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Rajgira/Amaranth and sabudana khichdi cones

 

I am sharing this post with our facebook group “Desi Bloggers Connect” for Navratri 2019. Do check out these other mouthwatering Navratri dishes shared by my fellow bloggers.

Rajgira Thalipeeth by Mayuri

 

Vegan Lauki Kheer by Vanitha

 

Vegan Rajgira Siro/halwa by Jagruti

 

Creamy javvarisi payasam by Veena

 

Almond, cashews and peanut ladoo by Priya

 

Aloo makhana chaat by Sasmita

This Post Has 27 Comments

  1. Jagruti

    love love sabudana khichdi. Nice idea of serving and such a unique way to enjoy sabudana khichdi with farali cones!

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Jagruti. I too love Sabudana khichdi.

    2. Ruchi

      Wow so mouthwatering it looks. Amazing innovation to serve Sabudana khichdi… Loved the idea.

  2. sasmita

    WOW, lovely !!! awesome way to serve the sabudana khichdi. particularly during the fasting time, this will surely make a huge hit to satisfy our cravings

  3. Priya

    that is a beautiful way to serve sabudana khichdi!!! Love that cone idea!! looks fab! I bet these cones would be such a great hit at parties!!!

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Priya. Yes they tasted yummilicious with Sabudana khichdi.

  4. Mayuri Patel

    I was really intrigued by the cones. What a lovely tempting idea and yes it is difficult to roll amaranth dough nicely. Like your tip of using plastic sheets.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Mayuri. I am glad that you loved it.

  5. Vanitha

    Wow!!! You have made an absolutely innovative treat for Navratri dear! Kudos to your creativity and patience in making those cones 🙂 Such an awesome healthy share!

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Vanitha. True it tasted my patience. I am glad that you liked it.

      1. Archana

        I do love the way you have made the cones of rajgira cones lata. The filling of sabudana khichidi sounds delicious too. Most innovative.

  6. Sandhya

    What a unique and creative dish Lata. So many of my favorite flavors in this recipe! Great share!

  7. Jayashree

    This looks so tasty with that filling of sabudana in it. I am always in for savoury dishes.

  8. ARCHANA

    Wow! this is one creative and delicious idea. The idea of rolling the rajgira flour between plastic sheets never did occur to me. Thanks.

  9. Swati

    I loved these cones, what an creative idea of serving sabudana khichdi in rajgira cones.. superb share!!

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