Rainy days and hot deep fried accompany each other well. Somehow as soon as little drops start falling down, heart and stomach immediately craves for something warm and spicy. This was what happened this Friday evening when it started pouring. We settled for a nice warm cup of ilaichi tea and steaming aromatic pakoras. Double fried, crunchy and soft pakodas. The onion pakodas we make regularly at home has only onion and chilli and curry leaves. Whereas these Sanha Pakoras have lots of greens and potato as filling. They were so flavourful and tasty providing an instant satiation to our taste buds. Sanha means "very thin" in the Sindhi language. You (Even myself) might wonder why Sanha when these are all bite sized lumps. Since very finely i.e., thinly sliced ingredients are used in this dish it was named "Sanha Pakoras". 🙂
Now grab the recipe and prepare this instant and a thumbs up snack for you and your family.
This is off to the second day of the blogging marathon 28, week 4 under the theme "Sindhi Cuisine". Check out the recipes of other blog marathon runners over here.
I love those crispy one for tea time snack. Pictures are so good.
Looks delicious and tempting 🙂
Pavani N says
Pakodas look so crispy and delicious. Perfect for today's weather 🙂
I guess the addition of potatoes makes all the diff in this recipe..I almost wanted to make this when I was doing this theme..your pictures surely make this more than tempting Nisha..very pretty pictures..
The Pumpkin Farm says
interestingly this is how my mom used to make , though she is not a sindhi, seems like she picked it from some frd
Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi says
Love the pictures..specially the one with the perforated deep ladle!!
Priya Srinivasan says
Crispy n Crunchy!!! this is a Anytime hit!! never need rainy season to enjoy them!!!
Priya Suresh says
Breath taking pictures, who will resist to this crispy beauties..Addictive pakoras.
Chef Mireille says
looks so nice and crispy!