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Sabudana Jalebi

By Alka Jena @alka_jena
Sabudana Jalebi

The custom of eating jalebi on Dussehra has an interesting mythological perspective, it was believed that Lord Ram loved jalebis which was called shashkouli then and since Dussehra is celebrated in respect to Lord Ram's win over the evil Ravana ,people devour these delectable deep fried jalebis with saffron strands on this day. The Jalebi is a traditional sweet dish made on every festival and special occasions . If you are a true jalebi fan, here is a quick and tasty version that can be prepared without long hours of fermentation and made from the Tapioca pearls or Sabudana ....

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