dal - ½ tspIn a pan, heat a tsp of oil and add the items given in the 'to roast and grind' table and fry them until they turn golden brown. Once it cools down, add the roasted spices to the blender. Grind everything together with little water to a fine paste.
lemon sized tamarind in warm water and extract the juice. Add 2 cups of water to the extracted tamarind juice along with sambar powder, spice paste (prepared in step 1), turmeric powder and salt. Mix it well to form a gravy and keep it ready.
onions and garlic. Set aside. Wash and pat dry the ladies finger and chop them to 1 inch pieces.
oil in a pan and add the items to temper. Fry them until mustard seeds cracks. Add onions and garlic cloves and sauté them well for 5 minutes or until they turn brown. Once the onions become sightly brown, add the chopped ladies finger pieces.
the ladies finger for 5 minutes in medium low flame until the stickiness reduced. Then add the tamirnd spice mix in. Mix everything together. Add water if needed. Boil the kuzhambu in medium flame for some good 20 minutes or until done. Switch off the flame once the kuzhambu becomes thick in consistency and oil separated in the edges of the pan.
Choose young and tender okara/ladiesfinger for this recipe. Recipe Type. Share the post "Okra/LadiesFinger Pepper Fry Kerala (Indian) Style/Vendakka kurumullaku mezhukuperutti/ Bhindhi kaali Mirchi Stir Fry /Vendakkai karumilaku(Karuppumillaku) Poriyal"
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Today's recipe is VendakkaiPuliKuzhambu. VendakkaiPuliKuzhambu. Using the same method, you can make variations by adding drumstick (murungakkai) for murungakkai pulikuzhambu, chickpeas (kondakadalai) for kondakadalai kuzhambu or just garlic for poondu kuzhambu, fish for meen kuzhambu and egg for egg kuzhambu or any other veggie of your choice too
Chettinad Vendakkai Varuval. Now add the chopped ladiesfingers and stir well, sprinkle few tbsp water to the ladiesfinger, mix well, cover pan with lid and cook on low heat until ladiesfinger is tender
Okra is known as Vendakkai in Tamil and Bhindi in Hindi. Lady’s fingerRecipe is cooked quickly and also tastes very delicious, Lady’s finger also known as okra or Gumbo is very common in Indian cooking
Then follow rest of the recipe as given below. Last Sunday hubby brought home a rabbit and without much discussion it was decided, that we were going to have our favourite Mangalorean Style Sukkha/ Sukka or Rabbit cooked in a rich spice infused semi dry coconut preparation