Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Sabudana Vada : Fried Tapioca Dumplings


I have to admit, being in India, I have rarely had this dish. Sabudana Vada, which are these fried dumplings made from tapioca pearls and potatoes. They are very typical of Maharashtra, India where I come from, but my mom never made these.

As for my wife, she loved this and it was one of her favorite things that her mom used to make. To celebrate Mother's day, we had friends get together and everyone made a dish that their mom made. My wife naturally chose this and I was amazed. Absolutely delicious and sinful. Tastes even better when double fried. hehehe.

Here is where my wife got the recipe from.


What is your favorite dish that your mom made?

8 comments:

Purvi said...

These are my fav too and you know what I learnt them from my mom's mom :) :)

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

That is great. I love the way recipes are passed from generations.

SuZeFashion said...

These sound delicious!

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

Anything this sinful has to taste delicious. LOL!

Colleen MacDonald said...

Oh my LORD. They look amazing! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

They tasted amazing too. Hard to stop at just one. :)

smartcat said...

Hi...I just found you via Michele Hasting's blog meeshespottery for the wedding shoes. Now I find not only neat clay but good food too!

My mother's Christmas Eve buffet dinners were to die for. But also I loved her pickled herring which she learned from my Nanu, her mother.

Creative with Clay: Charan Sachar said...

Thanks! My uncle makes some excellent pickled chicken. It is pickled with indian spices and super spicy. Thanks for reminding me, I have to get hold of that recipe

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