June 5, 2010

Tomato Saggubiyyam Vadiyalu ~ Tomato Flavoured Sago Papad

Sun Dried Sabudana & Tomato Vadams
Ingredients :

Sago / Sabudana : 1/4 kg
Tomatoes : 200 gms
Water : 6 cups
Red Chilli Powder : 1 to 2 tsp
Salt to taste

Method :

1. Wash and soak the tomatoes in boiled water for 10 to 15 minutes. Drain and cool them. Remove the skin and grind into a smooth paste. Keep it aside.
2. Soak the sago in water for 10 to 15 minutes and drain all the water. Put the soaked sago and 6 cups water in a pressure cooker and cool till 3 whistles.
3. Turn off the flame and wait until the pressure go off. Remove the cooked sago from the cooker and allow it to cool. Now add the tomato puree, salt and red chilli powder to the cooked sago and mix very well.

Deep Fried Papadams

4. Make round shape papads with a spoon on a plastic sheet and let it dry in the hot sunshine.
5. Once they are dried remove from the sheet and store in a air tight container.
6. Deep fry the papads in hot oil before serving.
7. Heat oil in a wide pan to deep frying the papads. Deep fry them on low flame till light orange color.

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This recipe goes to Sizzling Summer Contest


  1. Hey Chandana,
    yummyyyyyy papads... you have a nice blog... keep it up... thank you.:)

  2. Wow...nice vadiyalu yummy and crispy.. i will try soon...

  3. Wow Lovely !! Want to have some now

  4. Woooow looks so crisp yummmmm nice color chandana

  5. What a lovely color..Looks so crisp and I want to have a bite

  6. Very tasty looking sago pappad.

  7. Wow.. thats looks tasty and the first click is simply superb :)

  8. Wow really nice papads my favourite but dont know how to try.Let me try now.

  9. Chandana,
    You won't believe I love this papad like anything. Infact I'm addicted.....Nice color and very tempting clicks.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  10. Chandana, the Sabudana series are lovely; the first snapshot is exquisite! thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes!
    I see that you are really using the Hyd sun to your advantage! :-D

  11. Wow... u made those!!! Have never even thought of making papad at home... looks great!

  12. love these papads!!!
    Thx. for sharing dear :-)

  13. wooow..papad looks soo crisp and yumm. Loved its color. Perfect with Rice and Sambar

  14. Very beautiful fryums, looks catchy..

  15. Nice variation dear !!! I had already bookmarked the last one, so I will try to make them once it gets real hot, which is about now :)

  16. wow, looks so delicious and a very unique preparation.

  17. Sago papads look wonderful.Adding tomatao is new to me.Very innovative.

  18. hey chandana, I am craving for summer to come properly here so I could make some papads, your papads is reminding me of Bangalore!, this is what I used to do during summer!!, here the weather has gone down again.., I make these the quite the same way, I love these sabhudana papads with curd rice!!, Mmm.., yummy looking and beautiful clicks, Amma said she has made them already :(

  19. Hai chandana i tried this papad it came out good.Soon i will post in my blog.Thank for sharing the recipe.

  20. Thanks hari chandana for sending the recipe to sizzling summer contest. Good luck!!

  21. Is there we can dry the papad without sun? like an oven or something?

  22. is there a way to dry papad without sun may in oven


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