No Fry Sabudana Vada Pops Recipe

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How to make it

This one has lots of tricks and twists – So, the No Fry Sabudana Vada Pops Recipe is a healthier take on the traditional Sabudana Vada. You can now enjoy your fasting period with gourmet style plating.

sabudana vada pops
  • Take 1/4th cup sabudana, wash it and sprinkle water on and leave it for 3 hours – This will be used to coat the sabudana outer part
  • In another bowl Take the remaining 1/4th cup sabudana, wash it and sprinkle water and leave 4-5 spoon water inside for it to soak for 3 hours – This will be inside.
  • Take the grated potatoes.
  • Add salt, finely chopped chilli, coriander leaves, jeera (cumin seeds) and roasted peanuts and lemon juice
  • Take the more water soaked soft sabudana into mixture.
  • Mix it while crushing sabudana inside. This will ensure sabudana gets crushed inside well and will give binding to sabudana pops
  • Make small balls and dip these in watery butter milk.
  • Now roll and cover these by the less soaked sabudana balls. Press gently with hand so that the sabudana sticks.
  • Then, keep the sabudana balls in fridge for 10 minutes
  • Now shallow fry them in appam pan and on very low flame cook it on all sides by covering with lead
  • Sabudana vada pops are ready! You can serve them by sticking toothpick and dipping them in curd. Sprinkle some coriander leaves and red chilli powder in the curd and dip the sabudana vada and serve them.


  • This recipe is ideal for people with gluten-intolerance as sabudana is free from gluten.
  • Moreover, sabudana contains sodium in very less amount. Hence, it is very good for weight-management.
  • Apart from sabudana, potatoes also help in weight-management. This is because they contain potassium which helps get rid of water weight.
  • This recipe is good for maintaining bone and teeth health. This is because it contains calcium and potassium in abundance.
  • Sabudana or Tapioca is a rich source of carbohydrates. This fact makes this recipe ideal for consumption if one wants to gain weight in a healthy manner.
  • The roasted peanuts used in the recipe also aid in healthy weight gain.
  • Since both sabudana and potato digests slowly, this recipe keeps you full for long periods.
  • Sabudana is known to ease digestion.
  • Both green chillies and lemon contain Vitamin C, which helps build immunity.




Do you rely on Vrat vale chips while you are fasting? Then you are also making a mistake. Read this post to find out what can be a better alternative to these sodium-laden processed chips.



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Please make sure to consume the No Fry Sabudana Vada Pops Recipe under the guidance of a dietitian/nutritionist. If consumed in more amounts, it can be fattening because this recipe is promotes weight gain.


Savi Sharma

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