Thursday 5 October 2017

Hara Bhara Sabudana vada

Hara Bhara Sabudana vada

Suddenly I am being questioned at home....are you a foodie or a herbs grower. I am now a days delighted to grow lot of herbs at home in my balcony including maithi, palak, tomato, coriander etc. I can say home grown stuff definitely tastes far superior.

I can't use home grown meithi palak to prepare same age old veggies and bore my family. So here I added this nutritious stuff to Sabudana vada to give it a different flavour and to tickle taste buds of family members. You know spinach is rich in iron and methi has its own lovely aroma to bring water in your mouth. So I made this popular recipe of sabudana vada with a small twist. Hope your family will also love it and in turn love you for your creativity and care.

Preparation Time : 30 Min

Cooking Time :  20 Min


  • Sago 2 Cup (soaked in enough water for 5 to 6 hours
  • Boiled Potato 3 medium size
  • 2 Tablespoon chopped Methi
  • 3 Tablespoon chopped spinach 
  • Roasted and crushed peanuts 2 Tablespoon
  • Green chilly chopped 2
  • Coriander leaves chopped 2 tablespoon
  • Salt according to taste
  • oil for frying 
Procedure :  
  • Soak sabudana in enough water for 30 minutes now drain out the excess water and keep it in stainer for 4 to 5 hours and cover it with wet cloth

  • Boil, peel and mash the potatoes
  • Wash and chop methi, spinach and coriander and keep aside

  • In a bowl mix sago, mashed potatoes, chopped methi, palak, green chilly, coriander, roasted and crushed peanuts and salt. mix all ingredients nicely and form a dough 

  • Divide though in small portions and give a vada kind of shape as shown in picture

  • Heat oil in pan for frying vada. 
  • Fry vada in hot oil on medium flame till it is golden brown from both side

  • Serve it with a juice and chutney  !!!!!

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