While we generally associate dried peas with deep green colour, they are also available in a yellowish white (safed) colour, which offer a more delicate flavour. safed vataana are nothing but dried white peas. Dried peas are produced by harvesting the peapods when they are fully mature and then drying them. Once they’re dried and the skins removed, they split naturally. When fresh peas are not available or when you want to enjoy a starchier, harder flavoured legume, dried peas or white vataana are the perfect choice. Safed vataana is available all year round, and there are different types, all of which are spherical in shape. In India, safed vataana are mostly used in Guajarati and Maharashtrian cuisine. They are an essential in making Maharashtrian street food dishes like missal pav and even Ragda patties. They are also used in other cuisines all over India.
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