Sabudana Khichdi is a popular dish in India, typically made during fasting days or for breakfast. It is made from sabudana (tapioca pearls), which are soaked and then cooked with peanuts, potatoes, and a variety of spices. It’s a dish that is gluten-free and made with minimal ingredients. It can also be garnished with chopped cilantro and grated coconut, and often served with yogurt or chutney. It is considered a nutritious and easy-to-digest meal that is traditionally consumed during fasting days in Hindu culture.