Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos)

healthy curry for breakfast - Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step by Step Photos)

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Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos)

healthy curry for breakfast - Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step by Step Photos)

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Lakshmi Ram Nair

Published On: 03 Nov 2013

Rating: 4
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30 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos) Recipe

Step 1

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Step 2 Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos) Recipe

Step 2

Heat the oil in a pressure cooker and add cumin seeds, minced garlic, ginger and green chillies.

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Step 3 Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos) Recipe

Step 3

Fry till the spluttering stops and add the chana daal, chopped vegetables, and all the dry masala powders and salt. Cook for 3-4 minutes. At this stage, there should not be too much water in the bhaaji.

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Step 4 Sindhi Sai Bhaji (Step By Step Photos) Recipe

Step 4

Add the chopped sua/dill, spinach/palak and khatta bhaji or tomatoes to this and mix well.

Step 5

Add 3-4 cups water and pressure cook for 7-8 whistles.

Step 6

Open the lid of the cooker and mash the sai bhaji with a ravi/hand churner/kavvam (traditional wooden or stainless steel churner) rolling it back and forth between your palms or you can use a hand blender.

Step 7

Adjust the consistency of the sai bhaji by adding water or by drying up excess water. The bhaji should be thick and semi-dry.

Step 8

Serve with steamed rice or roti.

Notes :

Any vegetable like french beans, carrots, brinjal can be added to the sai bhaji.

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