Friday, January 16, 2009

Bhindi Fry


Another everyday dish . Bhindi/Ladyfingers/Okra ... call it any name.... I love the vegetable. This goes into the Simple Everyday cooking..

I have mastered the art of cooking bhindi after a lot of trial and error.


BHINDI FRY

Ingredients :

Okra/bhendi/bhindi - 500 gms (chopped into bite size)

Onions - 1 large (chopped fine)

Tomatoes - 2 (chopped fine)


Turmeric / haldi - 1 tsp

Red Chilli powder (non-spicy) - 1/2 tsp

Mustard seeds - a pinch

Method :

Take a frying pan and add a little oil for frying. Add the okra, lower the flame and fry well.

When almost done, add the chopped onions and keep frying till the onions turn soft. Then add the chopped tomatoes and haldi, red chilli powder and salt.

Keep frying so that all the spices and ingredients merge into each other.

when done , this can be eaten with chapati or roti.]

Note: Okra must be washed and dried well before chopping. Keep frying till the sliminess goes.






16 comments:

Arundhuti said...

bhindi is a favourite...ur recipe looks very nice...bookmarked!

Rajani said...

yah bhindi does take a bit of mastering, my first time here! you've got a cute blog.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow this is one of the simple recipe....

SMN said...

thsi is one of my all time fav..

Marie said...

Arundhuti - thanks for the compliment and for bookmarking my recipe.

Rajani - thanks for the compliment. First time someone has mentioned the look and feel of my blog. I try to keep improving.

Kitchen Flavours - Glad I could do it.

SMN - mine too.

anudivya said...

I usually have a tough time taking the slime from the Okra, since I normally use the frozen cut kind.
The fry sounds good... a pic would have been great.

Marie said...

Anudivya - I dread making okra even though I love it because of the slime.

Tip : wash the okra, spread it on a newspaper and dry it well before cutting. This is what I learnt from my aunt.

The pics are still lying in my hubby's cellphone. I need to get down to uploading them soon.

bindiya said...

the addition of tomatoes is new to me, must be enhancing the taste, thx for the recipe!

Kate said...

i like y , i just bought some bhindis today. Sometimes i even like them stuffed :)

Vaidehi said...

simple and delicious !!

chakali

Trupti said...

looks very delicious & easy to make

Vaishali said...

That's a simple but delicious-sounding recipe. Nice job!

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Nice one ... looks different method

Sunshinemom said...

This is the way I like it too:) Good one, dear!

Chitra said...

good one:)bookmarked this method.will try soon:)do visit my blog at ur free time:)

I Care Because? said...

Thanks for posting this recipe. It sounds like a wonderful alternative to Southern fried okra. I will definitely try it!