shabudana Pith

Shabudana Pith is a traditional Indian dish made primarily from soaked tapioca pearls (sago) and rice flour. It is popular in regions like Maharashtra and Gujarat, especially during fasting periods such as Navratri. The preparation involves soaking tapioca pearls in water until they swell up, then mixing them with rice flour, salt, and other flavorings to form a dough. This dough is then shaped into small balls or discs and steamed or fried until cooked. Shabudana Pith is often served with yogurt, chutney, or as a side dish during festive occasions or as a snack. It’s known for its light texture, mild flavor, and versatility in both sweet and savory variations.


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