Perfect for Fasting Days!
Sabudana (Jevvarasi) is considered as one the main ingredient which can be used mainly on Vrat / viratham days. During Navratri festivals, it is a tradition to make Sabudana Vada, Sabudana Ladoo, Sabudana Payasam and Sabudana Kichadi. Sabudana Laddu is very simple to make just like maladu or rawa laddu.
For Maladu, there is absolutely no cooking needed and its is even more quick and easy and also tasty. But this Sabudana Laddu is not only for Diwali and other festival but also for Ekadasi and other fasting days. Especially for Ekadasi, we are allowed to have very few pulses. Infact to be honest, we have been advised by our ancestors and guru ji’s to observe full fasting but because of our busy days or job we are not able to observe a full fasting, instead, we can take roti or sabudana khichdi or even poha.
This Sabudana Laddu is made by many North Indians during Ekadhasi and also during Navratri.
Enriching with Coconut and Cashews