Sabudana vada is a popular snack dish in India, typically made during fasting days or for breakfast. It is made from sabudana (tapioca pearls), which are soaked and then mixed with mashed potatoes, peanuts, and a variety of spices, and then deep-fried to form small dumplings. It’s a dish that is gluten-free and made with minimal ingredients. It can also be garnished with chopped cilantro and is often served with yogurt or chutney. It is considered a nutritious and easy-to-digest snack that is traditionally consumed during fasting days in Hindu culture and a popular street food in Maharashtra.