Sabudana Vada - Recipe


1. Soak sabudana overnight in a little water, just enough to cover the sabudana. Drain any excess water from the sabudana.

2. Take roasted peanuts and remove the husk. Grind the peanuts to a coarse powder, and add it to the sabudana. Add mashed potato along with red chilli powder, salt, green chillies & coriander (Finally chopped), and mix well.

3. Make small balls with this mixture (a little smaller than a golf ball), flatten them a bit, and set aside.

4. Fry these flattened pieces in the smoky hot oil, until they turn golden brown. The sabudana vadas are ready now.

5. Serve the sabudana vadas plain or with ketchup, and a hot cup of tea or coffee.

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