Santula is a vegetable dish from Odisha, India’s easternmost state. It can be fried or boiled (bhaja santula) (sijha santula). Potatoes, brinjal, papaya, and tomato are among the ingredients, which are boiled together before being fried in oil with sliced onion, panch phoran, and green chilies.
The dish is said to be easy to digest and helpful for persons with stomach problems because it is not hot. Nothing could be better than Santula for someone who is prescribed fresh green veggies and no seasonings or oil.