Sabudana Wada is one of my favorite and the most traditional fasting recipe that is made during Navratri. They are crispy, delicious and tastes so good. Sabudana Wada are so versatile that they are not only made during Navratri or Fasting but are also served as breakfast and tea time snacks in many homes.
Sabudana Wada is commonly made during Vrat i.e when someone is fasting. It is made with soaked sabudana, boiled potatoes, and roasted peanuts. All these ingredients are mixed together along with ginger-chili, salt, and lemon juice. Small size wadas are made and later deep-fried in oil and served with Farali Peanut chutney.
You can also try these recipes if you are fasting or looking for Navratri Vrat recipes:
Soak Sabudana in water overnight with enough water to cover the sabudanas and little more.
Once the sabudana is soaked well, drain it if there is any extra liquid in it.
Now divide the sabudana mixture into equal portions and keep it aside.