Soaked sabudana or sago mixed with potatoes, chillies and groundnuts, shaped into cutlets and deep fried till crunchy and golden brown.A popular snack made using sago/tapioca pearls also known as sabudana. Sabudana vada is also served during fastings or Upvas/ Vrat especially during Navratri.
Sabudana vadas are a popular Maharashtrian snack generally prepared during fasts. Soaked sabudana or sago mixed with select spices, crushed peanuts and boiled potatoes are shaped into vadas and fried till the outside is crunchy while the inside remains soft and mushy. Tastes great with green coconut chutney or sweetened yogurt or both!
Prep Time : 1.30-2 hour
Cook time : 21-25 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Moderate
Taste : Mild
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