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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Kadai Bhindi Masala

I tried Kadai Bhindi from RaksKitchen with some minor modifications to suit my taste. By the time I post this recipe I've made it 2-3 times, this one is from my drafts :) Trust me, the procedure looks like a lengthy process but its quite simple and easy once u try it out!
Kadai Bhindi


Ingredients:
  • Bhindi/Ladies finger - 12
  • Onion - 1 medium sized,finely chopped
  • Tomato puree - from 1 tomato
  • Tomato - 1 big sized, finely chopped
  • Capsicum - 1 big sized,cubed
  • Ginger garlic paste - 2 tsp
  • Turmeric - 2 pinches
  • Dhaniya powder - 2 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp ( according to taste)
  • Green chilies - 1 finely chopped
  • Cashewnut- 5 ground to fine paste with little water
  • Salt as needed
To Temper:
  • Jeera - 2 tsp
  • Oil - 1 tsp

Kadai Bhindi
Method:
1.Cut bhindis into medium size pieces as in the pic. Saute them well in oil till the stickiness goes off and is slightly soft. [I didnt deep fry them, you can do that if you wish]

2.Temper jeera in a wide pan with oil. Immediately add the onions and fry till its transparent. Add ginger garlic paste and fry till raw smell goes.

3.Add the tomatoes and tomato puree,with little salt and mix well till it becomes soft and mushy.Fry till the raw smell completely leaves. Now add turmeric, red chili, coriander powders and mix well.

5.After the masalas are well blended with tomatoes add cashew nut paste and fry for a min till oil separates.Add the capsicum and fry in medium flame for a minute.

6. Now add the sauted bhindis, Adjust spice levels and salt at this stage. Sprinkle water for bhindis to get cooked well. Keep covered for 2mins and switch off! Serve hot with rotis/pulao!

My Notes : Adjust water according to the consistency of the gravy you need

Kadai Bhindi
Written by: SHARMILEE J

18 comments:

  1. very nice presentation !!! love the serving dish ...

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  2. I love the look of your version,better than mine,looks sinful :)

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  3. @Renu : Thanks Renu. I got this bowl pretty cheap just 10rs :)
    @Raks : Thank you Ragi, the taste was so yummy that everytime I see bhindis I blindly want to go ahead with this recipe!

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  4. I too tried this from Rak's..looks yummy na..

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  5. Bindi looks really tempting,you have nice space with yummy recipes.

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  6. Your presentation is over the top.. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Thank you for visiting "Collaborative Curry". Reading through your recipes, I am in a turmoil as to which one to make first:))

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  8. Very tempting side dish, caps and okra such a nice combo!

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  9. Like the variation of bhendi. The picture looks so bright and clear.

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  10. Thank you so much fro stopping by my blog. Bindi curry looks yummy and luved the presentation. Looks very tempting:).

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  11. Wow...looks extremely drool worthy.....nice bowl too...

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  12. reads nice . looks nice . would luv trying hand on it

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  13. tried and love it sharmee....:)....i always like bhendi....i also stuff the bindi in the masala as above and just fry it (not deep fry)...that tastes good as well.....gr8 work....

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  14. @Lekha : Wow thats great to hear, I love bhindis too.Thanks for taking time, trying out my recipes and giving feedback :)

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  15. I made this and it turned out wonderfully!! I didn't have Dhaniya powder so I used amchur/dried mango powder.Jeera was not added, had non. and I omitted tomato puree for tomatoe paste. My family loves it!

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  16. @Shinee : Thats great to hear, am glad to hear everyone liked it :)

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  17. Tried the recipie..it was too good:-)

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