This recipe is adapted from here
Goan Sanna | Goan Idly - Goa Breakfast
A soft, fluffy Goan delicacy. A Goan variant to the South Indian Idly.
Prep time: 10 mins | Cook time: 12 mins | Total time: 10 hrs 30 Mins | Serves: ~25
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vaishali sabnani says
Another delicious soft and spongy idli..the melt in the mouth kinds..zuper..fantastic.
Sapana Behl says
Very soft and fluffy idlis ! lovely....
Sreevalli E says
Lovely read of your post.. Those idly's are making me hungry now. Yum
Sandhya Ramakrishnan says
You cannot have studied in a better place. lovely sannas and I loved how you made them in the regular idli plates. I ended up borrowing bowls from my friend to make them 🙂
Pavani N says
Lovely post Nisha.. College days are always the best and you are so lucky to have it in Goa..
Those Goan idlis look just perfect -- fluffy and delicious. Will have to try these soon.
Archana Potdar says
Enjoyed reading about your college life Nisha. Were you at MES College?Sannas look good.Sannas I have had are sweetish and with coconut and jaggary.
Nice to know you did your college there Nisha..enjoyed reading about it..and sannas look fantastic with the curry!
Chef Mireille says
look so soft and fluffy
Harini-Jaya R says
Good one, Nisha. Had made this for ICC.
Nalini's Kitchen says
Soft and spongy looking sanna,nice write up...
Gayathri Kumar says
Nice to read about your college days in Goa. Goan idlis look fabulous...
Priya Suresh says
Very spongy and softy sannas, would love to have them for my breakfast even everyday.
Jayanthi Padmanabhan says
nice writeup.. really enjoyed reading it, almost missed the recipe. it was that interesting
Nivedhanams Sowmya says
so soft and so spongy!!! so tempting!
Manjula Bharath says
wow lovely post and fantastic sannas dear 🙂 perfectly done and very well captured !!
These look so much like the idly. Apt dish for the state.
Varadas Kitchen says
Enjoyed reading memories from your college days. The sanna turned out great.