Sabudana Vada (Crispy Sago Fritters)

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Sabudana Vada (Crispy Sago Fritters)


Sabudana Vada is a crispy delicious snack made by deep frying spiced sabudana and potato cutlets. This is traditionally a Maharashtrian recipe, but is now widely enjoyed across other parts of the country as well.

Sabudana vada is a popular recipe for vrats/fasts as it contains no onion and garlic. Sabudana (also known as sago or tapioca) is one of the most common ingredients used for making recipes for vrats during festivals like Navratras.

These vadas can be made as a snack or an appetizer. These are also popularly served on Indian Street Food stalls. These are typically served with curd, Tamarind Chutney, Coriander Chutney or even tomato ketchup.

Sabudana vada, also called 'sago vada', is a traditional deep fried snack from Maharashtra, India. It is often served with spicy green chutney and along with hot chai and is best eaten fresh.[1] In other parts of the country, Sabudana vada are the best option to have when fasting. Therefore, this filling and nutritious snack is served usually during religious festivals and during fast/vrat/upvaas especially in Navratri vrats. Like all vadas, these are best eaten fresh. Sabudana vadas are crunchy and "melt in the mouth.







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