Sabudana Vada |Navratri Vrat recipe |Navratri Fasting recipe-How to make sabudana Vada

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19 Responses

  1. This recipe sounds very tasty and flavorful! Yum!

  2. I have never heard of these before. I am all about trying new foods, and I certainly would give these a try….they sound delicious.

  3. I’d love to try these with the yogurt and the vrat green chutney. Can you send me a link to the vrat green chutney recipe?

    • I have not posted the green chutney recipe as of now. But you can just make it in the grinder with: coriander leaves, mint leaves, yogurt, ginger, green chili, roasted peanuts, black salt/rock salt, black pepper(optional),lemon juice.I can mail you the full recipe if you with with measurements.

  4. It’s fun to learn about other people’s cultures! I’ve never heard of these and they sound absolutely delicious!

    • Thanks Elaine. These are usually made in India during Fasting Days or Navratri Fasting as we call in India. During this time, we only take a fruit based/gluten free diet. So potato, tapioca, amaranth flour/ buckwheat flour, pumpkin are few ingredients we cook our meals with. Hope you like it.

  5. Jenni says:

    These look delicious, and I appreciate that they are grain-free too! I think that they would make a wonderful accompaniment to a stew.

  6. I have not made sabudana wada in years! I so miss authentic Indian food when I see them like this. My neighbor use to make the best ones and we’d have them for breakfast. I must try this recipe soon. Thanks

    • Veena, although i too make them mostly during the Navratri Fasting days, but these are a very healthy and easy to make snack. My kids love them. Since Tapioca is available all year, this is a frequent Tiffin box filler for my son.

  7. Cheryl says:

    You had me at fried. I’ve never had potatoes with peanuts before for it sounds like a great combination.

  8. Leslie says:

    I’ve never heard of these before, but I’m sold! Between the filling and being fried, I feel like these would be the perfect side to a thick, hearty stew. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Amanda Mason says:

    I can’t believe these are gluten free! These look amazing and your pictures are beautiful! The ingredients are unique and I’m excited to try this one!!

  10. Tatiana says:

    I like to try new recipes, especially from different cultures! Shame on me, the only Indian foods I ever tried were traditional Indian restorants favorites, here in US 🙂

  11. What a gorgeous recipe! I’ve never had anything like that and I am so willing to try! We have tapioca flour is it the right one? Thanks!

  12. always lovely visiting your blog…learning n knowing different kind of exotic food İ never heard .. gorgeous pictures

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