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want to enjoy the same wonderful taste of food even on fasts?? then this recipe is all u need... 

sabudana/sago/tapioca...............1 cup
Green chilly………2
Ginger grated….2tsp
Green coriander….3tbsp
Ghee/ clerify butter………………2 tbsp
cumin seeds ………………1 tsp
rock salt as per taste


Wash and Soak sabudana overnight in leveled water or till it swell
Put pan on fire, add ghee in it add jeera stir till turn golden in color
Add ginger and green chilly in it than chopped potatoes and carrot finely
Add potato, carrot in it mix well put salt and black pepper as per taste
Cover and cook till vege turn soft
Now add soaked sabudana in it now you have to be little careful mix it fast in slow flame
Till color change, if you want you can add some fried dry fruits also in it to enhance the taste
Of upma ……garnish with green coriander and serve hot

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