Kanda Bhaji from Sinhgadh (AKA Sinhgad, Sinhagad, Sinhagadh)

This is a very tasty food that we had on our trip to Sinhgadh last Saturday. Sinhgadh is a very well-known fort in Maharashtra state of India, and the second highest peak in the state. Perhaps, I should publish a post on it. But coming to the topic, Kanda Bhaji is highly tempting and mouth-watering. About 50% available food on the fort is this only. It's a typical Indian food — very spicy and oily. It actually is long-cut-onion dumplings, deep-fried, and served with red-chilly-powder-paste coated tiny onion pieces.

Here is the photograph that I took that day…

Kanda Bhaji

16 comments :

  1. this is yummy! perfect in this weather too!!

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  2. Anonymous03 July, 2009

    Looking delicious. A real mouth-watering dish..:)

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  3. You must taste it Anonymous

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  4. Hi Joo,

    It's very yummy indeed!!

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  5. And if corriander chutney is present the taste is excellent. You made me hungry - Why ?

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  6. It looks delicious; I would like to taste it. You have a beautiful website with many interesting photos.

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  7. Kanda Bhaji: another twist to onion rings.

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  8. I like onion rings, but ours are more salty than spicy. I think I'd like this spicy dish.

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  9. That does look very good...now I'm going to have to go make breakfast!

    I think a lot of calories?

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  10. Of course I had to log on when I'm starving. I would love to try this....Now's good! :)

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  11. seems delicios:) i love spicy food

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  12. I'm sure that I would love Kanda Bhaji. I keep saying that I must have lived in India in a former life!

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  13. Hi, thanks for dropping by my blog. The way you describe this sounds so good. It's like eating a special "onion rings" =)

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  14. Hunger makes you feel the taste Hobo :) That's why I made you hungry :)

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