Makes just 1 servingWash and dry about 20 Okras (lady's finger) Remember to cut off the head and tail. -)Slit them lengthwiseIn a hot pan add little oilWhen the oil is hot enough put 1/2tsp of cumin seedsWhen the seeds crackle, saute the okras until they get tenderCover and cook. Add salt per tasteWhen the okras are about half done, add 1/2tsp turmeric powderAdd 1tsp coriander powder, 1/2tsp chilly powder, 1/4tsp amchur powderStir so the spices aren't burntSprinkle drops of water as and when neededCover and cook until the spices are not smelling rawFinally add 0. Again sprinkle water, cover, cook,stir every now and thenGarnish with cilantro and serve with any roti or curry 1tsp coriander powder
Wash and dry the okraswith a clean cloth. Serve hot with Rice or roti. Arrange the okra to the pan i. 1 lb/500gm tender bindi/ okra / ladies finger3 tbsp Shredded fresh coconut3 tbsp gram flour2 tsp red chili powder or to taste1 tbsp coriander powder1/4 tsp turmeric powder1 tsp cumin powder1/2 tsp amchur powder or to taste1/2 tsp garam masala powderSalt to tasteFor seasoning. Stuff okrawith prepared mixture and rest it for 10 minutes
Do not know if it was all the Bhindis or the genes or a combination of both. As a child whenever Amma used to feed me Bhindi it was with the guarantee "If you eat your bhindi you will be excellent in Maths"
Some of them worth mentioning are Pav Bhaji, Paneer Bhurji, Bhindi Sabji, Fresh Pineapple Curry ,Homestyle Dal variations, Sambar ,Peanut and Garlic Chutney,Spinach and Tomato Raitha and Gajar ka Halwa Also a few recipes to classic meat and poultry can be altered with Potato or Paneer like Pork Vindaloo and Tandoori Spiced Roast Chicken
This Indian style Okra recipe goes really well with boiled rice ,chappathi,appam,idli ,dosa etc. a Lady'sfinger is that couple of years back ,I saved a few seeds from some mature lady's finger pods and they have been sooo loyal to me that year after year,all I have to do is put a nice foundation of soil and hide these seeds inside it and after a few days ,lo & behold - they break apart the soil and sprout back into life as if they were desperate enough to see me
Also, I had my doubts about how it would turn out and how it would taste with rotis or naans. Heat some oil, add the sliced okra and saute it uncovered, on low heat, till it's almost cooked and soft and crisp, remove and keep
Usually this recipe is reared by deep frying it in oil which turns the vegetables very crispy however those who don’t like to have oily food can also try preparing this dish in an Air fryer and can easily enjoy dishes like these which need to be fried for a great crisp and taste