Let us see how it is made.
Things we need
- Sabhudana/ Javarisi/ sago = 1/2 kg
- Green chilles - 12 (as needed)
- Plastic sheets/ big white cotton cloth
- Lots of sun
Soak the Sabhudana overnight. The next day pressure cook in (in cooker) with 2 times of water.
Then once its cooked, check the consistency. It should be like a coarse dosa batter. If its thick you can add water. Be watchful about not adding too much water. Add salt, well ground green chillies and lemon juice.
On a clean piece of cloth/ plastic, take a ladle full of the batter and pour it on the sheet and flatten it.
Allow it to sun dry for a day or two. Once it is dry, it stands out usually.
It is so yummy to taste the batter and a half dried vathal.
Once they are completely dry, fry them in oil. A very unstoppable snack with soup or any South Indian rice dishes.