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Friday, March 25, 2011

Sago Vada /Sabudana Vada / Sago Wada / Sago Patties / Maharashtrian Style Sabudana Vada /Javvarisi Vadai / Tapioca Fritters Recipe

Sago Vada /Sabudana Vada / Sago Wada / Sago Patties / Maharashtrian Style Sabudana Vada /Javvarisi Vadai / Tapioca Fritters Recipe
Sabudana Vada
Ingredients
Boiled & mashed potatoes-3 small or 2 big
Sago/Sabudana(big variety)-1 cup
(Soak in water for 2 hour, remove excess water/drain & keep it for 1 hour in a bowl,it should be dry & soaked well.Sprinkle water in intervals for the sago to get blotted.When pressed between your fingers the sago should mash easily.Then this is the right consistency)
Powdered peanut-1/2 cup
Cumin seeds-1tsp
Grated ginger - 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Chilly powder-3/4tsp
Chopped coriander leaves-a hand full
Oil-to deep fry
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Sago Vada
Method
Mix all above ingredients together in a bowl.
Make small tight balls & flatten it.
Heat oil & deep fry them in medium high heat till light golden brown on both sides & crisp.
Once you slide the vada into the hot oil do not flip immediately,wait for a minute and then turn it over otherwise the vadas will break
Serve it with any kind of dip.
Note:
a) Use only the white big variety,the tiny kind will not work out for this recipe.
b) Make sure the sago is well soaked & there is no hardness in the sago.Even after frying you can feel hardness in each bite.This step is very important
c) Sago quality differ so soaking time may vary.
d) Green chilly can be added instead of chilly powder.
e) While frying the oil should be medium high.
f) Make sure the mixture has no moisture otherwise you can't form tight balls.If it has moisture add a teaspoon of any flour to remove excess moisture.

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13 comments:

  1. Wow Sailaja the vada looks very yummy.It makes me drooling dear.

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  2. Wowwwwwww.. Yummy and inviting vada.. looks truly delicious.. thanks for the awesome recipe :)

    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Crispy vadas looks absolutely fabulous..

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  4. Never tried this vada,looks nice!

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  5. Yummy and crispy. I would like you to note that the date says April 24,2011 in your post

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  6. My fav one...looks absolutely yumm :)

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  7. LOOKS YUMMY AND CRIPSY

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