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SAGO DUMPLINGS IN YOGERT /sabudana dahi vadas
SAGO DUMPLINGS IN YOGERT vret ke dahi bade
VRET / FASTING and dahi vada.....intrusting right yes you can eat this yummmy dahi vada in vret or fast also very simple to make and very exotic taste..
sabudana/sago.......1 cup(socked for at least 1 hr)
roasted peanuts.....3 tbsp( crushed)
green chilly..........2 (finally chopped)
boiled potatoes.....4(mashed properly)
for curd/yogert :-
2 cup of curd.......beaten properly
rock salt as per taste
jeera(cumin powder)....1 tsp
black pepper.......1/2 tsp
for imli / tamarind chutny:-
Imli or tamarind ......1/2 cup(soaked in one cup of water)
you can use tamarind paste also but some time they use common salt to preserve it so for vret u can avoid this..
juggary or gur.......1/2 cup
rock salt as per taste
cumin powder....1/2 tsp
if you are not fasting than you can use red chilly powder also
method is very simple just follow these steps :-
for vada's / dumplings :-
Add all the ingredients and mix well . make 6 small round balls "tikki's" out of it. keep aside .
take oil for frying in a wok and heat it .... add one tikke at a time and fry till golden brown ....these golden sabu tikkies are so yumm that you can have it like a snack also accomplish with green coriander chutney .
for curd/ yogert :-
Beat curd well . add all masala's in it and sugar as well beat again till sugar mix properly
for chutney :-
Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan add cumin seeds in it and add tamarind pulp in it with water and juggary , salt and pepper, jeera powder cook till mixture turn thick remove from fire and cool.
now take vada/dumplings in a bowl crush it a little add curd on top and chutney at last now if you want you can garnish it with pomegranate seeds and ginger Juliants.....serve cool and enjoy
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