Kappa is a comforting dish made using boiled tapioca, coconut paste, onion, red chillies, curry leaves and different spices.
Tapioca or sabudana is a non-cereal food source and consists of starchy carbohydrate; hence it is consumed widely during any Hindu fasting ritual. However, sabudana dishes are enjoyed year-round.
The humble tapioca or cassava, which once used to be a part of staple diet in Kerala, is now much in demand not just among the local people but tourists
Tapioca is the perfect blank canvas; its capacity to hold colour, to absorb and release a burst of flavour and its versatile texture are exactly why chefs love it.
There are various dishes that you can make using sabudana - the healthy non-cereal carb source, which is extracted from tapioca. A common ingredient during Navratri, you can use it to make khichidi, vadas, kheer ...
Onam 2021 Recipe: The South Indian belt which has an abundant growth of banana, coconut, turmeric and tapioca. Tapioca dishes are an absolute hit in South. These 5 sabudana wishes, are a must try.
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Sabudana recipes: Find here a list of sabudana recipes that are easy and quick. From sabudana tikki to khichdi and sabudana seekh kebab to kheer, we've got it all with key ingredients and a step ...
Mahashivratri 2020: Sabudana (or Tapioca) is a vrat staple that can be used to make a gamut of dishes. It is as good in savoury preparations as it is in desserts.
Chaitra Navratri 2021: Sabudana is a superfood, which is a very popular choice for 'vrat'. Also called tapioca, it is a non-cereal food source and rich in starchy carbohydrate.