Sabudana Vadai is a very popular dish all over Mumbai region and all of central India but it is now a household favorite all over. It is mostly cooked when people are fasting on auspicious days and do not eat any GRAIN particularly. But nowadays, it has become an all day snack and it is equally popular on non-fasting days too. The following is a sequence of the recipe along with ingredients and instructions.
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