10 Type of Snacks made from sabudana

Sabudana Thalipeeth: Nutritious pancakes made from a mixture of sabudana, mashed potatoes, peanuts, and spices, cooked on a griddle until crispy.

Sabudana Chivda: Crunchy snack mix made by frying sabudana pearls until crispy and tossing them with peanuts, curry leaves, and spices.

Sabudana Bhel: A refreshing and tangy snack made by mixing soaked sabudana pearls with chopped onions, tomatoes, cilantro, green chilies, and tangy tamarind chutney.

Sabudana Upma: A nutritious breakfast dish made by cooking soaked sabudana pearls with tempered mustard seeds, curry leaves, and vegetables like carrots and peas.

Sabudana Tikki: Patties made by shaping a mixture of soaked sabudana, mashed potatoes, and spices into rounds, then shallow or deep-frying until golden and crispy.

Sabudana Papad: Thin, crispy discs made by sun-drying a mixture of sabudana paste, salt, and spices, often served as a side dish or snack.

 Sabudana Vada: Crispy fritters prepared by mixing soaked sabudana with mashed potatoes, herbs, and spices, then deep-frying until golden brown.

Sabudana Soup: Comforting soup made with sabudana pearls cooked in a flavorful broth with vegetables like carrots, peas, and beans.

Sabudana Pakora: Crunchy fritters created by dipping sabudana pearls in a gram flour batter and deep-frying until golden brown.