Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sabudana Vada | Deep Fried Snacks

Sabudana Vada | Deep fried Snacks



recipe of making sabudana vada indian deep fried snack
Sabudana Vada is deep fried snack recipe which is served with chutney.  This recipe required preparations like soaking sabodana or sago pearls  and boiling potatoes, so if you are planning to serve this as evening snack you have to soak sago pearls minimum 3 hours prior of making . Ingredients required and detailed instructions for the recipe are as follows:
Preparation Time : 3 hours | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves :8

Recipe Category: Deep fried Snacks | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Ingredients:

Potatoes: 7-8 boiled , peeled and mashed
Sago pearls-1 cup(soaked for minimum 3 hours)
Green chillies-4-6
onion- 1 chopped
Red chilli powder-1/2 teaspoon
Roasted peanuts(crushed)- 2 tablespoon
Salt- to taste
Oil – for deep frying
Mint powder- 1 teaspoon

Method:

  1. If soaked sago pearls have water in them, put them in strainer to drain excess water
  2. Take a bowl add potatoes and all the other ingredients except oil, mix well.
    step 1 of making sabudana vada
  3. Divide the mixture into equal portions , make ball of it, take each ball with the help of finger make a hole in center this will give it shape of vada
  4. Prepare all vadas in the same way.
  5. Heat sufficient oil in kadhai, till smoking point.
    step 2 of sabudana vada
  6. Drop 2-3 vadas at a time
  7. Deep fry them on high flame from both sides till golden brown in color

Notes:

Oil should be hot, else vadas will stick to kadhai, after dropping them in oil wait for 2 minutes and then turn else they will stick to skimmer.
There is no need to add any binding agent in vadas as sago is sufficient, mixture should be firm and dry
Without using onion in this recipe you can prepare it for fast or vrat. Use sendha or satvik salt instead of regular salt.
You can also try green moong dal vada recipe.

10 comments:

  1. Yummy and tempting vada........ !!

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  2. vadas look very crispy and yummy.

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  3. sabudana vadas look so yum and crisp......

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  4. Vadas look simply delicious and mouthwatering.
    Deepa

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  5. wow such and delicious and yummy vada :) I wud love to grab some !!

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  6. Never made vadas with sago but its surely tempting. The recipe is on my waiting list for sure.

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  7. perfectly made...looks so tempting...

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