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Sabudana Vada Recipe – Crispy Deep-Fried Sago Wada

Sabudana Vada Recipe – Crispy Deep-Fried Sago Wada

Sabudana vada – the crispy, fried vada made from sabudana pearls, mashed potatoes and peanuts.

Recipe in Hindi – http://nishamadhulika.com/1382-sabudana-vada-recipe-in-hindi.html

Recipe in English – http://indiangoodfood.com/1018-sabudana-vada-recipe-for-vrat.html

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Sabudana Vada Recipe - Crispy Deep-Fried Sago Wada

Sabudana vada - the crispy, fried vada made from sabudana pearls, mashed potatoes and peanuts.

Ingredients for Sago Vada
Medium size Sago pearls – 1 cup (150 grams_ (soaked)
Potatoes – 5 (300 grams) boiled
Peanuts – ½ cup (100 grams) (roasted and coarsely ground)
Green coriander – 2 to 3 tbsp (finely chopped)
Green chilly – 2 (finely chopped)
Ginger paste – 1 tsp
Black pepper – 8 to 10 (coarsely ground)
Oil – to fry

Directions

Getting ready:

1.Soak the sago pearls for 2 hours and then drain out the excess water from them. In another bowl, peel and finely mash the boiled potatoes.

Making:

2.In a big mixing bowl combine sago pearls, potatoes, sendha salt, ginger, green chilly, ground black pepper, green coriander and peanuts for making vada.

3.Heat some oil in a wok. When the oil is heated well, pinch some mixture, roll into round shape and then flatten into a vada and gently slide in the oil. Place as many vadas as possible in the wok and fry them until they become golden brown in color. Transfer them on napkin paper placed on a plate. Sabudana vadas are ready.

Serving:

4.Serve these tempting sabudana vadas steaming hot along with with green coriander chutney, sweet chutney or tomato sauce.

Suggestions

Oil for frying the vadas should be rightly hot else the vadas will absorb too much oil or will splatter.

If not making these vadas for fast then use plain salt and red chilly powder.

For 18 to 20 vadas
Time – 50 minutes



Recipe in Hindi - http://nishamadhulika.com/1382-sabudana-vada-recipe-in-hindi.html

Recipe in English - http://indiangoodfood.com/1018-sabudana-vada-recipe-for-vrat.html

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27 Responses to “Sabudana Vada Recipe – Crispy Deep-Fried Sago Wada”

  1. Kirti Tripathi says:

    very good recipe aur apka sikhane ka style bhut acha hai

    • Nisha Madhulika says:

      thank you so much +Kirti Tripathi

  2. Gayatri Reve says:

    Ok thank you once again Nisha Aunty:-)

    • Nisha Madhulika says:

      you are welcome +Gayatri Reve

  3. Nouman Ali Malik says:

    mam. sendha namak ki bjay kya use kre.

    • Saba Naaz says:

      +Siddhant Thapan pagal sala

    • Siddhant Thapan says:

      sada namak

  4. Komal Sachchade says:

    sabudana ko kitne time and kitne pani me bhigona hai???

  5. Sarifa Mohammed says:

    sabudane ke vade very nice recipe thank you for sharing .

  6. Gurmeet Singh says:

    Its soooo simple and easy love ti fastfood in a shot time dear aunty🍲😍

  7. SHWETA TIWARI says:

    What a tummy filling feat nisha ji :)

  8. Zakaria Shaikh says:

    Bohot badhiya Nishaji

  9. Shvetha Shastry says:

    My pleasure aunty

  10. ankita maurya says:

    hiii nisha ji i am a small girl about 16 years old and i tried your recipes
    and they are just fab my parents loved eating it . thanks nisha ji for
    teaching a recipe .

    • ankita maurya says:

      can u please teach us how to prepare noodles cutlet

  11. Sucheta Sethi says:

    Hi.. Can i make these without peanuts? As i dnt like peanuts and is there
    any alternate if i dnt want to use peanuts??

    • Sucheta Sethi says:

      Thanks

  12. Raju Bhai says:

    Nisha auntyji your vada’s were amazing v will make in the evening. thanx
    for the recipe…..

  13. Nouman Ali Malik says:

    soon oolong. beautiful and easy recipe. nisha mam.

  14. Prakhar Gupta says:

    my favourite recipe…very good auntyji thankyou very much

  15. Bharati Soni says:

    Nice recipe……

  16. RAINDROP2427 says:

    Love your recipes :)

  17. Ruchi Jindal says:

    nice..I use to mk it furing fasts n even bake it ..it vomes out great

    • Shweta Niraghatam says:

      +Ruchi Jindal can you pls giv the bake time and bake temp

  18. Ulfat khan says:

    Ma’am kch lunch ya dinner k lie post krye

  19. jayshree gohil says:

    HI NISHAJI THANK for yami recepe

  20. TuckerSP2011 says:

    I am sure that these vadas are delicious! They look so fresh and yummy :)