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Sabudana Vada Is A Maharashtrian Delicacy Made With Sago, Ma

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Sabudana Vada is a Maharashtrian delicacy made with sago, mashed potatoes, ground peanuts, chilies and cumin seeds. All the ingredients are mixed together, rolled into small balls and then fried into crispy and delish fritters.

Served with a sweet, and spicy yogurt chutney these fritters are sure to tickle your taste buds. This recipe gives you a super delicious Sabudana Vada that is crispy from outside with a soft and light texture from inside. Gluten-free and vegan.

It is also known as sago vada, sagubiyyam vadalu, javvarisi vadai across India. it is usually, served during fasting and festival season across India. sago Vada, is a crunchy, tasty and spongy Vada which will fill your stomach easily. but you will certainly crave for more and more with some spicy green chutney.

Soaking of Sabudana is a crucial part of preparing sago Vada. the soaking time varies to the type of Sabudana you are using. few of the Sabudana just need 30 minutes whereas others need 2-3 hours of soaking time. also, the potato helps to hold the Vada intact, so if your Vada breaks in while frying in oil, just add another potato and prepare the dough. lastly, the peanuts not only gives crunchy bite to sabakki vada, but also helps to absorb moisture from the sago.

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