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Introduction:

This is a slight variation to sabudana vada. During childhood we used to eagerly waiting for fasting days, so that we can relish on these Fasting Food delicacies :) hmmm Maharashtrian Fasting food is loaded with lots of calories, in fact you can really have treat during a fast :) Enjoy this another delicious recipe!

Ingredients:

  • Salt to taste
  • Ghee or Butter
  • Chopped coriander leaves
  • 1 cup Sabudana / sago seeds
  • 1 small potato boiled and mashed
  • Coarse paste of green chillies and cumin
  • Roasted peanut powder
Sabudana Thalipeeth

Method

  • Wash and soak sabudana in enough water for 30 mts. After 1/2 hour drain excess water, cover and keep it overnight. In the morning add few splashes of water, cover and keep for 1 hour.
  • Mix green chiilies and cumin seeds and make a coarse paste.
  • Mix soaked sabudana, chilli paste, coriander leaves, salt, roasted peanut powder, boiled potato together and make a soft dough. (add few splashes of water if required)
  • Take any plastic thin, make a small ball from the dough, sprinkle few drops of water on plastic thin, place the dough and just press it in round shape by hand.
  • Heat pan on a medium high, add some oil and place thalipeeth and roast till it gets nice golden color from both the sides.
  • Serve hot with yogurt, chutney or sauce!



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No Image Sadhana. :     12 October 2015
Nice and delicious recipe and my favorite also. What is the ratio of sabudana & potato? Thanks.
No Image Madhura :     15 October 2015
The ratio of potato and sabudana is 1 small potato for 1 cup sabudana. Thanks for asking.
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No Image Sandra :     12 April 2014
This is delicious, you have a great warm smile. Have you tried baking the vada or steaming it. I am not allowed to eat fried food anymore. I am trying this soon by baking.
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No Image geeta :     20 May 2012
nice and simple recipe <br/>thanks
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No Image Neha B :     10 April 2012
how much peanut powder should i add in this?
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No Image madhurasrecipe (mod) :     3 October 2011
Shamal, <br/>LOL. I am happy to know that. Enjoy cooking.
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No Image Shamal :     3 October 2011
Hi Madhura,mazyakdun fasnara padarth aahe ha. pan hya steps follow karun ultimate zala .....yipee dhinka chika dhinka chika e e ..
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No Image Parul :     18 September 2011
Hi Madhura, I tried this recipe for breakfast today, came out very nice. Thanks for the wonderful recipe. Keep up the good work.
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No Image Parul :     2 September 2011
Madhura - Very nice recipe. How many thalipeeth will this recipe make?
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No Image Vidya :     12 February 2011
Awesome recipe. Thanks for sharing it smile
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No Image madhurasrecipe <i>(mod)</i> :     1 January 2011
Hi Monika, <br/>Thanks for the feedback. I am happy to know that, Keep watching. <br/>
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No Image Monika :     27 December 2010
(within the last minute) Anonymous said: <br/>Hey Madura , just came by ur site last week and must say ur way of cooking is very simple n impressive. Have already tried a couple of ur recipies with little twists as my kids have sum food allergies . This looks really yummy . Will try soon . Happy cooking smile <br/>
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No Image Anonymous :     27 December 2010
Hey Madura , just came by ur site last week and must say ur way of cooking is very simple n impressive. Have already tried a couple of ur recipies with little twists as my kids have sum food allergies . This looks really yummy . Will try soon . Happy cooking smile
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No Image clara :     8 September 2010
Madhura saw your website by accident and fell in love with it. You use simple, lucid language love your detail explanations. God bless you for your good work. Madhura I was born and brought up in Mumbai and they used to make sabudana gooey stuff transparent white and put in the sun to dry like papads and store for monsoons. During monsoons these Maharastrians would fry them and turn out to be fluffy. I have no idea what this is called. Can you post this recipe? Secondly crunchy boondi ladoo recipe. I am dying for it. They are rounded and hard like beads unlike the normal boondi laddoo which is softer version. What I am talking is about every bite is crunchy. Just love it. They once told me that one has to drop these besan paste on cloth while one kept moving the cloth so as to form uniform rounded boondi. I have moved far away from them and almost lost touch. Can you help? Thanks dear.
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No Image madhurasrecipe <i>(mod)</i> :     23 July 2010
hi almitra, Thank you so much for your feedback. Keep watching grin
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No Image almitra :     23 July 2010
hey madhura, u r just too good dear,i am just married and u helped me a lot in doing mouth watering recipes.thank u soooo much.
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