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June 2, 2010

Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu ~ Sago Papads


Deep Fried Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu ~ Sabudana papad

Ingredients :


Sago / Sabudana : 1 cup
Water : 6 cups
Green Chillies : 5
Salt to taste


Papads drying under sunlight

Method :


1. Soak the sago in water for 5 to 10 minutes and drain all the water.
2. Put the soaked sago and 6 cups of water in a pressure cooker and cook till 3 whistles.
3. Turn off the heat and wait until the pressure go off. Now remove the cooked sago from the cooker and let it cool completely.

Sun Dried Transparent Saggu biyyam Vadiyalu

4. When it cool down, add salt and green chilli paste. Mix very well.
5. Make round papads with a spoon on a plastic sheet and let it dry in the hot sunlight.
6. When dried well, store in a air tight container.
7. Deep fry the sago papad in hot oil before serving.

29 comments:

  1. I love this vadam...this like a must have with tomato rice!

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  2. chandna,

    This vadam looks really yummy. I love them.

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  3. OMG this post made me really nostalgic.As a kid my mum with all her neighbour friends used to make these in the summer almost like a production line and every neighbourhood family had a container full to see them through the winter.
    Thanks for posting this recipe.

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  4. Love this vada..thanks for posting this dear.

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  5. Wow! did you make them. I love sago papads. Its been a while since I made the papads.

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  6. Hari, I have been looking for this recipe for such a long time. Thanks for giving it, It does sound simple. Love you :)

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  7. OMG..they looks absolutely fantasic..Love Javvarisi(sago)vadam

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  8. Seeing all this want to go back India,what a fun project for all house wives.......

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  9. This vadam looks really yummy. I love them.

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  10. Sabudana Papad is my favourite. You have prepared them wonderfully well. Looks very crunchy as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. Wow that looks amazing, it has turned out just perfect !

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  12. Chandana its not fair na u r relishing all alone send some here na .... I love them topped vth onion nd tomato also :)

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  13. I have eaten store bought vadam. So one can make this at home too. Lovely. U have done a great job.. How many days should we keep it in the sun.Is one day enough???

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  14. Wow ...you made is so perfect and thanks a lot for the recipe...this is one of fav ofcoz...let me see where to get the sun now here !

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  15. Hummm all time favorite... we mix rice flour also to this will try your version great .... crisp vadiyalu yummm...

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  16. @ All - Thank you so much to all.. I greately appreciate your wonderful words :)

    @ Suhaina - Yes Suhaina, one to two days of hot sunlight is enough for drying them.. Thank you :)

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  17. My fav vadam, love it with sambar..

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  18. They came out very well...i luv these crispy papads.

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  19. These look absolutely splendid! A great recipe! Thanks for sharing, Chandana :-)

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  20. WOW...this is one of my all time favorite papad..these looks so crunchy and beautiful..love it...thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe with us!

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  21. WOW never tried of making papads...papads are looking simply superb!

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  22. Chandna, that is really awesome! great post..I love sagu biyam vadiyallu..

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  23. great side dish.. looks yummy & crispy..

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  24. I ve never tried making papads..love those sago papads.Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Perfect Papad!!!! It reminds me old days of summer vacations:)

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  26. thats amazing.. never knew that making this is so easy..

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  27. hi chandana, i tried this sago papads. the quantity of water u have given is more,when i opened the cooker after it cooled down ,it was not in pouring consistency,i had to take 1 cup and some more water,then i had to stir it up for some more time.but the vadam was good. what could be wrong in this preparation. can u suggest somthing for this.

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    1. Not sure what went wrong :( ... We always use the ratio of 1 cup of sabudana to 6 cups of water.

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