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Dec 16, 2008

Sabudana wada

sabudana wada Sabudana khichdi and sabudana wada are very popular snacks in Maharastra. I remember having them in college canteen and they used to taste great with curds.
This is the first time I made at home for a small get together we people in the apartment have every week. It was liked by everyone,especially the ones who had tasted this delicacy for the first time.

Ingredients-
Sabudana/sago- 1cup
Potato-2 boiled and mashed
Groundnuts- 1/2 cup- roasted and ground to a coarse powder
Green chilly- 1 finely chopped
Red chilly powder- 1tsp
Salt- to taste
Oil for deep frying

Method-
Soak the sabudana for 3-4 hours in little water. It will absorb the water and swell and soften. Now add the mashed potatoes ,ground nut powder,green chillies, red chilly powder and salt.Now shape them into balls and flatten them.
Deep fry them in hot oil till they appear crunchy and light brown. It takes around 5 to 10 minutes. Serve hot. It will be soft in the inside and crisp on the outside.
Serve with curds.
Notes-
1.You can just whip the curd ,add sugar and mix well.
2.Otherwise you can make spicy curds as follows.
Heat little oil . Add jeera/cumin seeds,salt,red chilly powder and roasted groundnut powder. Add this in the curd and mix well.

26 comments:

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is so good. My fav. Have bookmarked this recipe. Will try it soon. YUM!

Ramya Bala said...

wow..looks so yummy..this is in my to do list for a long time and thanks for reminding :)

And sowmya,thanks to you and the issue is solved and I have poste dthe update.thanks yaar

anudivya said...

You know I have never made anything with Sabudana except Payasam (which I happen to love)
I got to try these.

Divya Kudua said...

Vadas look so crisp Sowmya..have heard so much about sabudana vada[esp in Hindi movies] but never tried making them..your recipe is quite easy!!and I love the font in which you've written sabudana wada..;-)

Divya.M said...

wonderful vadai...looks crispy....

SriLekha said...

that looks superb!

Anonymous said...

LOOKS yummy....

DEESHA said...

lovely vadas .. they look real yum

Usha said...

I used to enjoy having these back in Bombay, haven't had them for a long time, your post and pictures are tempting me to make this soon!

Laavanya said...

I made these too and my husband who doesn't like the khichdi took to it. So crunchy & yummy.

Happy cook said...

I have never had them, they looks so crunchy delciious.

Cham said...

One of my Marathi friend made this wada ! I liked it! Love ur recipe they look crunchy!

Sharmi said...

hmmm that's my all time favorite!

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

sabudhana vadas are my fav... i used to have it when i was young and my mom would make it for me. they r so yummy right? urs look very crunchy and golden brown.

Uj said...

Sowmya,
My friend here is a marathi lady and she keeps telling me about Sabudana Wada. Got to try them some time. Your's look so crispy and loved the colour of it. Quite tempting :) BTW the font on the snap looks great

Sanghi said...

good recipe

Vij said...

My fav vada! yummy ones!

rekhas kitchen said...

mmm i make them with alittle different version insted of potato i use rice flour and soak sabudana in sour curd yours looks so intresting will try and tell u thanks for the recipe

Priya said...

Crispy vadais looks delicious...

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow yummy snack. Looks gr8.

Shreya said...

such crispy golden brown colour vadas. Love the pic..so yummy!

notyet100 said...

again somethin delicious from ur kitchen,..:-)

AnuSriram said...

Never tried them... looks so spicy and delicious!

Kalai said...

I have never tried this before, but it looks so crunchy and yummy! :)

Pavithra Kodical said...

I prepare sabudhana khichdi, but never tried vada..Thanks for the recipe :)

Nithya Praveen said...

This is one of my fav too....nice recipe.

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