BM #72 Week 4 Day 3 -
A few weeks ago, I saw a post on my facebook timeline about sabudana waffle and I was instantly attracted to it. With a few exclusions these waffles can work as Vrat ka khana as well.
I bookmarked it and tried it but unfortunately my family didn't take to it as much as I expected but I loved the idea. I shared it with my friend who loved these waffles as well. So the next time I make sabudana khichdi for my family, I am going to make these waffles just for me :)
They came out crunchy and crisp but turned chewy upon cooling.
Recipe Source here
Sago / Sabudana 1 cup
Kala Chana boiled 1 cup
Peanut roasted and crushed 2 Tbsp
Green chili - cilantro paste as needed
Ginger-Garlic paste 2 tsp or as needed - optional
Salt as needed
Potato , boiled and mashed 1/2 cup (optional)
Garam masala, Chaat masala to taste - Optional
Method Of Preparation -
Soak Sabudana for 2 hours or until the pearls double their size and become tender.
Mash the boiled kala chana and set aside.
In a bowl, mix the drained sabudana and all the other ingredients except oil.
Knead the mixture into a soft dough adding water/yogurt to make it all come together.
Spray oil on the waffle iron and gently spread the sabudana mixture into the waffle iron.
Close and let it cook as per instructions on the waffle iron.
After it is done, remove from the waffle iron and serve hot with chutney of your choice.
Preparation Time 30 minutes