Sabudana pana| Sabudana sharbat recipe is an easy-to-make Odia fasting recipe usually served on Maha Shivratri vrat. It is mainly prepared with tapioca pearls and curd.
What is Sabudana pana
Sabudana or tapioca pearl is used in various Indian breakfast, and snack recipes. It is easy to digest and keeps you full for a long time. Hence it is mostly preferred in vrats and ‘Pana’ is an Odia term which basically means Sharbat. A sharbat can be liquid or concentrated form. This one is of concentrated form. So you have to eat this with a spoon.
In Odisha devotees who fast they usually eat Sabudana pana and Panchamrita. Even some people are restricted to eat anything except Panchamrita. Which I have posted earlier you can check that.
This vegetarian recipe is also perfect for Navratri season to beat the hunger pangs.
How to make Sabudana Pana
To make this sabudanapana you can use any fruit of your choice. Fruits like apples, pears, grapes and sugarcane go very well with this. Even you can add some nuts to it. Here the addition of tulsi or basil leaf adds a divine touch to the dish. The recipe can be tweaked slightly to suit someone’s preference. However, the basic recipe remains the same.
This sabudanapana can also be savored as a breakfast. If you want to prepare something delectable, healthy, low in calorie. You can go for this.
Sabudana pana | Sabudana sharbat is an easy-to-make, healthy fasting recipe of Odisha, usually served on Maha Shivratri. It is mainly prepared with tapioca pearls and curd. It is a delectable, healthy dish which can also be savoured as breakfast.