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Sabbakki/Sago /Sabudana vade

Sunday, October 30, 2016

. Sabbakki/Sago - 1 cup
. Boiled Potato - 1 big sized
. Jeera/Cumin - 1 tsp
. Peanuts - 1/3 cup
. Ginger paste - 1/2 tsp 
. Green Chilli - 1 finely chopped
. Lemon juice - 1 tsp
. Sugar - 1/2 tsp
. Coriander leaves - 1.5 tbsp finely chopped
. Salt - to taste

1. Rinse sago well with water and soak sago overnight or for at least 5 hrs with enough water just to immerse it well. Drain the Sago in a strainer and set aside sago in the strainer on a stand or a bowl to let rest of the water drain. 
2. On a griddle, roast peanuts till the skin splutters. 
3. Discard the skin and grind the peanuts to a coarse mixture. (I make extra and save the powder in a air-tight jar for next time or for Sabbakki uppittu/Sago Khichdi)
4. In a mixing bowl - add sago,peanut powder,mashed potato, jeera, ginger paste, green chilli, lime juice, sugar, coriander leaves and required salt. 
5. Mix the mixture, it should form into a ball easily when pressed into one, If needed sprinkle little water if it dry or add little rice flour if the mixture is watery. 
6. Press the mixture into lemon sized ball and press slightly flat in between center of your palms to shape into vadas. Keep aside on a plate. Work with rest of the mixture to make all the vadas ready.
7. Heat oil - add the sago vadas , carefully turn over and cook till golden brown on both sides.Cook in medium flame to avoid burning.
Serve hot with green chutney or tomato sauce.

I enjoy my yummy Sabbakki Vadas with evening Tea, especially on a rainy-day with Gazals in the background.

Happy Cooking!!

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