Sabudana/Sago/Javvarisi Vada

Our talented and wonderful blogger PJ of Seduce your tastebuds is expecting a baby next month and blogger friends wanted to do online baby shower for her.Baby shower is an important and a memorable event for all the expecting mothers.To celebrate this memorable event,our blogger buddies decided to cook a dish from her space.
When I was going through her space,found out lots of amazing vegetarian and vegan recipes.Today I wanted to make sabudana vada which has been in my to do list,since I bookmarked from her space.Coming to the recipe,I exactly followed her same recipe except I added onions and replaced the lemon juice with amchur powder.Now on to the recipe.....


Potato(boiled)2nos.(medium size)
Roasted peanuts1/2cup(coarsely powdered)
Onion1no.(medium size)
Green chilly5-6nos.
Coriander leaves(finely chopped)2tbs
Turmeric powder1/2tsp
Amchur powder1/2tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for frying


                   Soak the sabudana for at least 2-3 hours or overnight till it becomes soft and drain the excess water.Boil and mash the potatoes,roast the peanuts and powder it coarsely.
In a bowl put the the soaked sabudana,mashed potatoes,chopped onion,peanuts,green chillies,coriander leaves,salt,turmeric powder and amchur powder,mix it well.
Keep the oil in the medium flame,take a small lemon size ball and flat it in the palm to a small disc.Drop it in the oil.
Fry it till both the sides cooked.Drain it on a paper towel.
Serve it with ketchup and mint or coriander chutney.

Wishing you a safe delivery and enjoy the motherhood.Good luck dear......


I would love to have them with a cup of tea :) Perfectly done..

Woww vadas looks super crispy and prefect for this chilled weather, lovely and cute presentation Nalini, take care of ur lil one..

crispy delicios and nicely presented

vadas looks super crispy and delicious...well done Nalini...loved your presentation n pictures!!
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Looks delicious. Your colors are so vibrant - you must have a great camera!

Vadas look very delicious and crisp..yum..

Very crispy and tasty looking sabudana vadas. Presentation is awesome.

Hamaree Rasoi

I always say this..U r a perfectionist..
Now,I have to make this also....:P
Ur clicks are awesome and inspiring!

perfect for the expecting mother..nice clicks too

Sabudana Vadas are always a hit at parties.
But whenever I tried making them, something or the other went wrong.
Either I soaked them too long so they increased in size & didn't fry well because the sago seeds started scattering, or absorbing way too much oil may be because of potato, etc etc etc!!!!!

Vadas look crunchy and would like to grab it from the screen

vadas r awesome....luks so crunchy....superb dear...

Yummy Vadas...very nicely presented.

Wow...luv this javvarasi vada,its my fav..

delicious to grab some now..:)

Javvarisi Vada Luks real yumm.Deliciously awesome click.

Me recuerda a los Falafel de la comida árabe. Impresionante la receta. La combinación de sabores perfecta y las salsa las idóneas.

Un saludo.

Love those pictures..they look so great..

Very yummy n crispy vada,looks so delicious.

That looks so yummy!

Merry Christmas Dear !

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