Sweet Potato Sabudana Vada | Vrat Recipe

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Happy Navratri To All. May Maa Durga Bless everyone with a good heart, peace, and prosperity. 🙂 In India, this festival is celebrated in different states with their own unique way. And each state has their own mouth-watering Navratri food which they offer to Goddess Maa Durga.
As many of you will be fasting these days so it’s very important to eat something which will keep you energized the whole day. Sweet potato tikkis or sabudana vadas are the best fasting snack. They not only keep you energized but they are filling too and also that tastes awesome. Even if you are not fasting you should try this sometime. Trust me, Navratri recipes are to die for. 😀
You can also try Kachhe Kele Ki Tikki, while fasting doesn’t add onions-garlic and instead of normal salt use sendha namak in this recipe.
Serves 14-15 Vada

  • 1 Cup soaked sabudana
  • 2 Sweet potato, boiled
  • 1/2 Cup peanuts, roasted and coarsely grind
  • 1/2 Cup chopped coriander leaves
  • 3 Green chilies, finely chopped
  • 1 Tbsp cumin-coriander powder
  • 1 Tsp chat masala
  • Sendha Namak as required
  • Coconut oil for cooking

Learn Step By Step Recipe For Sweet Potato Sabudana Vada | Navratri Vrat Recipe
Step 1- Drain out the excess water from the sabudana and peel the sweet potatoes

Step 2- In a mixing bowl mash the sweet potatoes and add coriander leaves, coarse peanuts, chopped green chilies, cumin-coriander powder, chat masala, and sendha namak, Mix everything well and add soaked sabudana and bind them well. Make small size balls from it


Step 3- Heat an appe pan and sprinkle some coconut oil in each and add one mixture ball in each. Let it cook on the one side until golden brown and then using a spoon/fork flip the vada and cook on the other side until golden brown and crisp. Remove on a paper towel and serve hot with coriander chutney




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