Crispy Veggie Sago Vadai

15:05 Niloufer Riyaz 22 Comments

What a long n hot weekend it was, just didnt have time to sit in front of the laptop. Last week on Thursday had some leftover cooked rice from what i made for lunch. Since the next day was Friday the rice wouldnt be of use, was just thinking what do with a cup of rice. Then an Idea came up, Just mixed sago, curd, rice flour, cornflour, carrot n made a thick vadai  for sample like we do for Medhu vadai, It tasted good but I felt something was missing Just added kasuri methi to the batter n then made a thin vadai. To my surprise the addition of kasuri methi just changed the entire taste of the vadai, It was dddelicious. my hubby loved them soo much.  You can make them immediately too, but if you allow them the sagos to soak for atleast 20-30 minutes it will be much more delicious.
Next time you have left over rice do try this vadai you will surely love this perfect tea time snack.
Sending this delicious vadai to  PJ"s Scrumptious Delights from Leftovers and to Umm Maymoonah's Iftar Moments and to Healing Foods- Carrot  guest hosted by Suma event by Siri and to Think Spice- Think Fenugreek guest hosted by Priya Mitharwal event by Sunita and to CWS- Sago guest hosted by me event by Priya



You need:

Cooked Rice                         1cup
Small Sago Pearls                  1cup
Curd                                      1cup
Rice Flour                              3/4- 1 cup
Corn flour                              1/4cup
Onion( finely chopped)           1cup
Carrot( finely shredded)         1cup
Chilli powder                         1/2tbsp
Baking powder                      1/2tbsp
Kasuri Methi                          1tbsp
Salt
Oil          to fry



Preparation:

Mash the cooked rice coarsely add the rest of the ingredients except  rice flour n oil.
Add enough rice flour from about 3/4 - 1 cup, just enough to bind every thing together. The batter will resemble medhu vadai batter. Allow them to soak for atleast 20 - 30 minutes. You can fry them immediately but the sago wouldnt have soaked enough.
Heat oil in a kadai. Wet your hands take little batter, Flatten them thinly n put a hole in the centre. Put them in hot oil n fry till golden brown.

Serve hot

Also sending my first post Nonbu kanji and Falooda Chinagrass Pudding to Umm Mymoonah's Iftar moments




22 comments:

Suma Gandlur said...

Vadas look real scrumptious and perfectly done.

Prathibha said...

Love the sago vada..looks yummy

Vadas that too with left over rice sounds really interesting. Looks perfect and crispy...
Deepa
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Priti said...

Looks yummy and innovative idea...

Umm Mymoonah said...

That looks so crispy and yummy, thank you so much for your wonderful three perfect entries.

Nandini said...

Wow! The vada is unique and lovely!

Really crispy and a very yummy snack..

Swathi said...

Nice and crispy vadai Niluo.

Satya said...

vadai looks crispy n delicious ...interesting combo n looks so tempting

Satya
http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

Krishnaveni said...

looks awesome, beautiful idea...loved it

my fav fav fav sago vadas..looks irrestible,mouthwatering and yum....drooling dear....

Lovely dish Niloufer and sooooo crispy and munchy :)

Rach said...

Wow, very innovative with sago... vadas... Will try it soon, it looks so yummy

Looks delicious I was thinking of these

Trupti said...

Sago vadai looks delicious and something different

Priya said...

Crispy vada looks super delicious, makes me drool..

Suman Singh said...

love anything with sabudana..these vada looks incredibly delicious..yummie!

Cool idea on adding sagoo to vada..looks yummy

New type of vadai to me! Simply great ya! Would love to have it with some chutney! :D

Yasmeen said...

Lovely crunch-munch vadai :D

Yasmeen said...

Lovely crunch-munch vadai :D