Tuesday, August 3, 2010

BHINDI MASALA

INGREDIENTS: Bhindi (lady's finger, okra, bendakaya) - 1/4kg
                               Onions - 1 big chopped finely
                              Tomatoes - 2 chopped finely (puree)
                               Ginger garlic paste - 1tsp
                               Daneya powder - 1tsp
                               Jeera powder - 1tsp
                               Salt
                               Red chilli powder - 1tbsp
                               Garam masala - 1//4tsp
                               Coriander leaves - 2tbsp chopped
                               Oil - for deep frying bhindi
                                Jeera seeds - 1/4tsp

METHOD:

1. Cut okra , bhindi into diamond shape.


2. Take a kadai add oil for deep frying and heat it.


3. Once the oil becomes hot add oka.


4. Let it fry nicely.


5. Keep strring in middle.
6. Remove them from oil after changing its colour little bit and place it on a tissue paper.


7. Take other pan add 1tbsp oil and heat it.


8. Now add jeera seeds and let them crackle.


9. Add chopped onions and green chillies.


10. Saute well till onions turn  transparent.
11. Then add little gingergarlic paste and fry till the raw smell disappears.
12. Now add tomato puree.


13. Then add haldi, daneya and jeera powder.


14. Fry nicely .


15. Then add salt and red chilli powder.


16. Fry nicely until the oil comes out .


17. Then add the okra.


18. Mix nicely so that the gravy gets coated to the okra.


19.Close the lid and let it cook for 3mins.


20. Now add little water (about 1/4glass).


21. Let it boil for 5mins.
22. Add garam masala and garnish it with chopped coriander leaves.


Serve hot with plain rice, phulka or jeera rice...............

21 comments:

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  2. thast an intresting way to make bindi masala...

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  3. Wowww.. looks sooo tempting and spicy..

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  4. that looks delicious..never really tried it this way

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  5. looks spicy and tempting.. thanks for sharing !!

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  6. the masala with fried okra.. sure taste really good..very nicely explained.. good one

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  10. Viju, I love the way you cut the benhdi. I buy this often, so i will try this at home surely.

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  12. Looks delicious and wonderful explanation

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  13. This looks awesome..i gonna try this :)

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  15. looks delicious and nice color.

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