Singara

(Bangladeshi)

flour, oil, salt, potatoes

Singara is spiced potato pockets wrapped in thin dough and fried. It is a really tasty and inexpensive snack that you can find almost anywhere in Bangladesh. Basically you can find this in every street and in cheap restaurants. You can taste this with tomato or green chili sauce.

Created March 29, 2020 by: atasneem


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