Auspicious month of Shravan or Sawan – the fifth month in the Hindu calendar and is considered to be a sacred. In entire west India, especially in Gujarat and Maharashtra most of the Hindus fast for entire month or on specific days of the week.

Shravan is on its full swing and with it comes the responsibility of cooking something which is salt-free, sans onion and garlic yet appetizing and healthy. Too much to ask for? Do not worry; We have come to your rescue with some remarkably innovative recipes which are also less hassle.

Today’s Recipe

Stuffed Sabudana Vada: Sabudana Vada with a twist is what we would like to call it. The crunchy taste of outer layer with flavourful stuffing is a delight to your taste buds. Accompany it with sweet yogurt (curd) or green chutney for enhanced flavours



  • 2 cups Sabudana
  • 3 cups Boiled potato
  • 1 tsp Sendha salt
  • 3 Green chillies chopped
  • 4 Curry leaves
  • 1 bunch Coriander leaves
  • 1 tsp dry mango powder
  • As needed Oil
  • 1 cup Roasted peanut
  • 1 cup Peanut half crushed
  • 1 tbsp Black pepper
  • 1 tsp Sugar


  • First take sabudana and soaked in water
  • Strain sabudana, Now take a bowl add sabudana and mashed potatoes
  • Add all spices, and coriander leaves and curry leaves
  • Now take mixie jar, add green coriander, salt, dry mango powder and 1 tsp sugar, grind it and make smooth paste
  • Now Grease your hand with ghee or oil, take sabudana mixture in your hand,make ball of this mixture keep aside
  • Press it and make like tikki some pieces
  • Heat appe pan add oil and shallow fry all vada in pan on medium low flame
  • Heat oil in a pan add these vada or tikki shallow fry all tiki, take out and serve in a plate

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