Sabudana vada recipe | Sago vada

javarisi -vadai
Sabudana vada with step by step pictures and video. It's a popular street style food in Maharastra, made using Sago, potato and peanuts. I learnt this recipe of sabudana vada from my from my friend who makes this so yummy and consistently perfect too. Whenever we meet for any tea/potluck we insist her to make this and she happily makes this in bulk . I wanted to share this recipe of sabudana vada |javarisi vada with you all.
Here comes the recipe of perfect no onion no garlic snack, sabudana vada


Sabudana vada recipe
Sabudana vada

Recipe Cuisine: IndianRecipe Category: Snack
Prep Time: 10 mins + 2 hrs   |  Cook time: 30 mins Makes: 18 | Author:
Sabudana vada with step by step pictures and video. It's a popular street style food in Maharastra, made using Sago, potato and peanuts.
    Sago | javarisi  1 cup
    Boiled potato  2
    Roasted peanuts  1/4 cup
    Salt  as needed
    Coriander leaves  little
    Red chili powder  1 tsp
    Cumin seeds   1 tsp
    Oil  for deep frying

Use senda namak and green chilis is making for fasting

Method

  • Wash the sago in water and drain the water thoroughly.
  • Just sprinkle some water to that and keep it aside closed for 2 hours.
  • Roast the peanuts and make it into a coarse powder. I used roasted peanuts.
  • In a big bowl, add the sago, redchilli powder,cumin seeds,boiled mashed potatoes,coriander leaves and salt.
  • Mix thoroughly and make a soft,but firm dough.
  • Make a medium lemon sized balls and flatten it.
  • Deep fry the tikkis in hot oil.
  • Fry in medium flame.
  • Once done take out from oil and drain in a kitchen towel.
  • Repeat the same procedure for rest of the dough.
  • Serve hot vadas with Green Chutney.
                         Video of how to make Sabudana Vadai
              





sabudana-vadai


Method


  • Wash the sago in water and drain the water thoroughly.
  • Just sprinkle some water to that and keep it aside closed for 2 hours.
  • Roast the peanuts and make it into a coarse powder. I used roasted peanuts.

  • In a big bowl, add the sago, redchilli powder,cumin seeds,boiled mashed potatoes,coriander leaves and salt.
  • Mix thoroughly and make a soft,but firm dough.
  • Make a medium lemon sized balls and flatten it.
  • Deep fry the tikkis in hot oil.
  • Fry in medium flame.
  • Once done take out from oil and drain in a kitchen towel.
  • Repeat the same procedure for rest of the dough.
  • Serve hot vadas with Green Chutney.


  • sago-vadai


    Notes:
    1. Do not soak the sabudana in water , else it will drink too much oil while frying.
    2. Peanuts and potatoes are the binding agents so always cook the potatoes soft.
    3. If you are using the skinned peanuts, just roast it and take out the skin and coarsely ground it as i did while making Peanut Chutney.

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39 comments:

  1. yummy vada....love sabudhana vada very much.. I will grab that pack of dem in d last pic

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  2. woow..looks so yummy and crunchy.. wish i could try some right now...nice clicks too.

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  3. Looks crunchy and perfect. I feel now for not being your neighbour

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  4. I can surely say that we are soul sisters :-) HI HI HI because I'm about to post the same recipe today !!! What a coincidence !!! And not only that I made them in round shapes too :-)
    Loved you first pic. Looks sooo yummy and crispy.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. My husbands loves this vada.One more recipe to try.

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  6. Wow Yummy vadai,love the Peanut Powder Punch,sure the taste will be delicious...
    Too gud presentation jeyashri...Love the last clicks,very nice.

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  7. I love love this a lot jeyashri.. pictures are beautiful..wish i can grab one now.

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  8. Wow this is totally new to me...looks very crispy n perfect...beautiful clicks

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  9. Crunchy and yummy vadas perfect for an evening snack...

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  10. The first pic is awesome- the vadas looks crispy n devourable!
    US Masala

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  11. Sabudana vadas are looking very crunchy munchy...lovely presentation and pictures.

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  12. Inviting vadas, feel like munching some..

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  13. Perfect vadas, one of my fav snack

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  14. Irresistable and delicious vadas...all time fav.

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  15. Crispy and yummy vada. We make it in a totally different way. Your version is really interesting and will try it for sure. Just saw another update on sabudana vada from Hamaree rasoi and now yours.. You guys are seriously tempting me so much :)

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  16. Crunchy and crispy vadas, perfect snack to munch on, love the presentation!

    www.appetitetreats.com

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  17. yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy...just saw same recipe at deeps...nice and crunchy!

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  18. Vada looks perfect..Feel like having a piece right now..

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  19. vada looks delicious yummy to snack during tea time

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  20. second pic from first and last are classic's.
    Jeyashri, i will soon try this vadai and let you know!!

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  21. Haven't tried sabudana vada. Looks crisp and yumm!

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  22. Oh wow!!! Looks too tempting & crispy!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. Vadais look so inviting..Loved your clicks...

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  24. Beautiful clicks and delicious vadai!

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  25. yummy nd crispy vadas.........

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  26. Looks so crisp outside and soft from inside! Can imagine how yummy it would be,will have to try out some time!

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  27. I need to make this soon ...you made me crave..love the second last pic :-)

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  28. Vadais look -to-live-for good! Mouth waters copiously at the pics my dear :(( :P

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  29. I'm making it today....but I have 2 question...1. should I use big sago or small ones? 2. Can I omit peanuts? Thank u?

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    1. Hi
      You can use the big one. I feel small one which once I tried turned mushy . Peanuts is highly recommended and it gives an awesome taste and also helps to take out the moisture in the sagi

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    2. Okay dear..tq...will let u know when I make this coz today I only have small sago...

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  30. Hi mam,

    I tried the sabudana vada yesterday.It can very good.Thank you very much for sharing the receipe

    Nandini

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  31. wow this is so yummy... crunchiness from out n softness inside wow melts in mouth.... tried this came out well....

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  32. Hi mam,

    Can I try the vadas with nylon jevarisi that we get in India ?
    Thanks in advance

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    1. No it won't turn good for vada.

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    2. Thanks.I try most of your recipes .All comes out very good .

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