Let’s take a culinary trip down the lanes of Odisha with a classic Oriya dish called the Santula, a fried (bhaja santula) or boiled (sijha santula) vegetable curry dish from the east Indian state. The preparation uses a number of vegetables including raw papaya, potato, tomato, and brinjal, making it as healthy as it is delicious. Additionally, santula is known as an easily digestible curry – especially for people suffering from stomach disorders – as it is low on spices and high on greens.
The recipe below describe the method of making a pressure-cooked santula wherein boiled and pressure cooked vegetables are lightly sautéed with mild spices and milk. Follow the instructions below to enjoy some of this delectable Oriya dish tonight!
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