Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. Being a Maharashtrian recipe sabudana vada is now enjoyed widely across India. Sabudana is one of the most common ingredients cooked during fasting. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra.Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.

In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. I always hesitate before trying any new dish in restaurants. Once my husband ordered sabudana vada and we enjoyed them so much that end up ordering 3 plates for us. And since then our love for these yummy vadas growing ūüôā stronger.

Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time. Kids love these vadas. My both kids relish eating them also it keeps them full for longer time. This is how to make this sabudana vada or sago vada or tapioca cutlet.

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While this crispy, spongy and tasty vada will fill your stomach easily, your cravings will ask for more. To make these yummy sabudana vada follow the step by step process as below

Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.

Sabudana Vada | Tapioca Fritter | Sago Vada

Ingredient                                                                    12-14 Vadas

1 Cup Sabudana/Sago/Tapioca
4 Medium sized potato boiled
1/2 Cup peanut
1″ Ginger grated
2 Green chilies chopped finely (optional)
Pink Himalayan salt as per taste (replace with sendha namak/rock salt in fasting)
1 Tsp sugar
2 Tblsp lemon juice
Handful chopped green coriander

Method

  1. First of all soak sabudana in 1.5 cups of water for about 4 hours. I used small sized sabudana.
  2. Dry roast the peanut. After cooling down rub their skin and grind coarsely.
  3. After 4 hours add sabudana in a mixing bowl. Add boiled mashed potato, and combine well with the help of your hand. This way all water will come out from soaked sabudana and will not burst while deep frying.Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.
  4. In addition to the above mixture add all other dry ingredients like coarsely ground peanut, lemon juice, chopped coriander, grated ginger, pink Himalayan salt, green chili and combine well to make a smooth dough. If the dough is not coming together add one more potato and make the dough.Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.
  5. Take a small quantity of the dough and make a round shape ball. Press it on top a bit and shape them like patties.
  6. Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed pan on high flame.
  7. Deep fry these vadas on hight to medium flame till they turned golden brown. Keep flipping them.Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.
  8. Drain sabudana vada on a kitchen towel in order to remove excess oil.
  9. Serve these hot and yummy Sabudana vada or sago vada with green coriander chutney.

Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.

Note

  1. While soaking sabudana pour water more than the level of sabudana in a vessel for about 1″. Some sabudana gets soft after 2 hours, some may take up to¬†4-5 hours.
  2. If dough not combining properly than add one more potato and than make a smooth dough.
  3. Fry 4-5 vada at a time. They stick with each other. So do not overcrowd the pan while frying them.
  4. You can keep this dough in the fridge in advance too. Whenever needed sabudana vada can be fried easily.

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Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra. In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time. Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.
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Sabudana Vada

Sabudana vada usually served in fasting and festival season in India. These vadas are a preferred item during fasting, especially in Navratra.

In Maharashtra, this is specially served at breakfast or snack time.

Sabudana vada is also a very easy and quick snack for kids tiffin box, either pack for lunch or in snack time.

Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine Indian
Keyword fasting recipe, sabudana vada, sago vada, tapioca fritters
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Soaking Time 4 hours
Total Time 35 minutes
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Sabudana/Sago/Tapioca
  • 4 Medium sized potato boiled
  • 1/2 Cup peanut
  • 1‚Ä≥ Ginger grated
  • 2 Green chilies chopped finely
  • Pink Himalayan salt as per taste
  • 1 Tsp sugar
  • 2 Tblsp lemon juice
  • Handful chopped green coriander

Instructions

  1. First of all soak sabudana in 1.5 cups of water for about 4 hours. I used small sized sabudana.

  2. Dry roast the peanut. After cooling down rub their skin and grind coarsely.

  3. After 4 hours add sabudana in a mixing bowl. Add boiled mashed potato, and combine well with the help of your hand. This way all water will come out from soaked sabudana and will not burst while deep frying.

  4. In addition to the above mixture add all other dry ingredients like coarsely ground peanut, lemon juice, chopped coriander, grated ginger, pink Himalayan salt, green chili and combine well to make a smooth dough. If the dough is not coming together add one more potato and make the dough.

  5. Take a small quantity of the dough and make a round shape ball. Press it on top a bit and shape them like patties.

  6. Heat oil in a heavy-bottomed pan on high flame.

  7. Deep fry these vadas on hight to medium flame till they turned golden brown. Keep flipping them.

  8. Drain sabudana vada on a kitchen towel in order to remove excess oil.

  9. Serve them with green coriander chutney.

Recipe Notes

 1) While soaking sabudana pour water more than the level of sabudana in a vessel for about 1″. Some sabudana gets soft after 2 hours, some may take up to 4-5 hours.
2)  If dough not combining properly than add one more potato and than make a smooth dough.
3) Fry 4-5 vada at a time. They stick with each other. So do not overcrowd the pan while frying them.
4) You can keep this dough in the fridge in advance too. Whenever needed sabudana vada can be fried easily.

9 thoughts on “Sabudana Vada Recipe | Crispy Deep-Fried Sago Vada”

  1. Oh Yum! The sabudana vada looks so crispy and out of this world. I have a long time enemity with sabudana and trying to make it solve. I have been trying few recipes with it and having success. This is on my next to do list with sabudana.

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