Sabudana Vada

By Chef Rohini P

Preparation Time : 6 Hrs

Tags: Maharashtrian


Serves 12 pcs

Sabudana Vada is a great way to make your fasting days delicious, and snack times interesting.

About the Dish

Sabudana Vada, or Sabu Vada, is a traditional Maharashtrian snack and is one of the famous dishes in the state. People traditionally serve this dish during festivities and when a person is fasting, mainly during Navratri fasts. Sabudana, also known as Tapioca or Sago in English, comes from starch extract of roots of the Cassava plant. People consume it on fasts because of its high energy content and it instantly recharges you; also it is gluten free and it promotes muscle growth.

How to Eat

It is best enjoyed when it's hot and has unique texture. It is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It can be consumed at the time of lunch or as an evening snack. To eat it properly, break the patty and dip it in some chutney or curd, and enjoy it!!

About the Chef

Chef Rohini P