Sabudana Wada is my all-time favourite Maharashtrian dish! Sabudana" is the Marathi word for white pearl like beads of sago. Sabudana is called "javvu arisi" in Tamil .In Mumbai and in Maharashtra, there are a lot of places where you get hot, delicious Sabudana Wada. It is very easy to prepare. In Maharashtra Sabudana Wada and Sabudana kichidi are most common dishes made during fasting time. But I have never made it during a fast.... It is very easy to make with very little preparation. Sabudana Wada is such an awesome snack and too delicious !
P.S I feel very sad to say that Due to some problem in the camera I cannot click the snap properly.And Iam not good in photography.but I am trying my level best. Feel sorry for my bad snap:(
After writing about My bad snap My friend Anu Sriram modified this pic and send to me.It is amazing.Thanks a lot Anu.so nice of you dear:)
Sago (sabudana) -1 1/2 cups
Potatoes, boiled and mashed -3 medium
Roasted peanuts, coarsely ground - 1 cup
Green chilies,- finely chopped 3
Fresh coriander leaves- 2 tablespoons
Lemon juice - 1 tablespoon
Salt to taste
Oil to deep fry
1.Soak the sabudana, in enough water to cover it, for about two hours.Drain off excess water.
2.Mix together sabudana, mashed potatoes, ground peanuts, chopped green chillies, coriander leaves, lemon juice and salt.
3.Mix thoroughly. Divide into sixteen lemon sized balls, flatten between palms of your hands.
4.Heat sufficient oil in a kadai and deep fry wadas in hot oil till golden brown.
5.Serve hot with chutney of your choice .
i've never tasted vadai, (javvarissi payaasam yes :).
the recipe sounds simple and good.
don't matter the photos, I'm sure they taste great:)
Thank you Akal for quick response & for encouraging comments:)
Yet to prepare this yummy wada, they looks to crispy...nothing to worry about the pic yaar, its looks good too!
I ahd them long back at my friends place. They look yum....With this recipe Iam gonna try it....
This is my favorite maharastrian food too Jaishree ..
Don't worry about the photos, we all have some days like that! :)
I make these too but not often. I always forget to soak the sago, so never got to cook. Looks yum, I do love the taste.
I have never tasted sabudana wada Jaishree, they do look crispy and tempting, will try out your recipe soon dear :)
Looks lovely! Nice idea of making it as vadas...
My favorite accompaniment with rasam-saadham Jaishree! Looks yummy :)
This looks lovely...need to try it sometime soon.
That looks crispy and yummy jaishri.
Looks crispy and nice I did make them but never used peanuts... Lovely wadas...
yum yum..my amma used to make these when i was a kid. used to love it.
My fav vadai.. looks really mouthwatering..
We make this wadas when we fast.....and have it with sweet curd....ur tempting me with these wadas....
That was so nice of Anu to help out with the photo......bad photo happens to all of us....bad photo or not the vadas look super yummy.
hello,first time to ur blog...very nice recipe....wanted to try this vadai for a long time...will try & let u know
Sounds mouthwatering! I have to try this,bookmarked :)
looks soo good and pic are perfect..not to worry of that...bet it would have surly tasted delicious..
Thank you all for your nice words& encouraging comments:)
does it usually soak a lot of oil.. mine did.. did i do something wrong??
Is it 1 1/2 cup sabudana or potatoes. How much of each
Thanks for the good recipe given with pictures of yummy Wada's. I live in Hyderabad and prefer making Sabudana wada using ready-to-cook Actchawa Sabudana Wada, which I generally buy from spencer’s Store. I will definitely give your product a try but not during fasting because Coriander powder does not go during fast. Sometime you may also try Actchawa Sabudana wada ready-mix, the information of product is available on http://www.actchawa.com.
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