Monday, July 30, 2012

SABUDANA VADA ( Vrat ka Khana)



Sabudana or Sago wada is a popular Maharashtrian snack. Mostly we make them during the fasting period. When serving on normal days you can add chillies and spices to make them chatpata.


Ingredients: Sabudana ...... 1 cup Potatoes ........... 3-4 small (boiled and mashed) Buck wheat flour .. 2 tbsp. (or barnyard millet flour) Black pepper powder .... 1/2 tsp. Rock salt ...................... to taste Amchoor powder ......... 1/2 tsp. Cumin seeds -------------- 1 tsp Oil




Method:

1. Soak the sabudana with enough water to cover for 3-4 hours.


2. Mix all the ingredients mentioned in the list except oil.










3. Make round balls with moist hands and flatten them a bit.








4. Deep fry and serve hot.










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22 comments:

  1. Looks so yummy,love these vadas.

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  2. love sabudana vadas...my all time favorite....

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  3. I haven't tried this.. should try soon
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  4. This reminds me of my neighbour who gives hot sabudana vadas during rainy season. This looks crispy and yummy !

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  5. My favorite vada. Looks delicious.

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  6. Sabudana vada are crispy and tempting.. best for the tea time..

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  7. The sabudhana vada looks perfect and golden. I will love to munch on some with tea on a weekend.

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  8. The Sabudana Vada are made so nicely. Haven't tried with barnyard millet. These vada are so wholesome for the Navratras. Infact, I have just soaked the sago for pudding. But I am changing plans and shall make thee vada instead. Nice post!

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    1. Thanks for liking. Enjoy your sabudana vadas

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  9. Sabudana Vada makes a good snack anytime. Good to have the fasting version recipe here.

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  10. My favourite. I love Sabudana Vada and we make them on a regular basis. Never used buckwhet flour in it but. Will try.

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    1. Thanks Archana. Little bit is added just for binding.

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  11. Vrat or no vrat ,we at home love sabudana vadas . I make them quite frequently for pot lucks or luncheons. I will add barnyard millet flour next time for binding. Seems to be a nice way to cut down on some potatoes

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