I am a part of Group 4 for BM#21. The theme I have chosen is Navratri special:) Check what others are upto.
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#21
I love sabudana/sago but we are not good to each other. We dont really treat each other well. I just could never get to soaking it properly neither the sago tried to behave well with me. Most of the times I have landed up with pasty sago or clumpy khichdi 😦
However this time I took NO chance. I asked friends on twitter, in real life, on blogs, on mails and since all said the same thing, I went ahead and soaked Sago in just enough water for about 3 hrs.
And tadaaa…..I had white pearls to use ❤
For the vada you shall need: [Makes about 12-15, depending on the size]
2… medium boiled and mashed potatoes
3/4 cup… Soaked and drained sago/sabudana
1/2 tsp… Sendha namak
1/4 cup… Roasted and crushed peanuts
1… finely chopped green chilly
A pinch of pepper
Oil to fry
- Mix the sabudana, peanuts, salt, pepper, chillies and corriander.
- Heat oil in a wok to prepare for frying
- Make shapes from the mixture as you like it.
- Fry it until light golden.
- Serve warm
This goes to: