This is simple and traditional bhindi aloo sabzi from the Sindhi Cuisine. We serve it with rotis.
Bhindi / okra / lady's finger ... 250 gms
Onion ................ 2 ( chopped finely)
Potatoes ............ 2 ( cut into cubes)
Tomato ............. 1 ( cut into cubes)
Garlic ............. 1 tsp crushed
Green chillies ... 1-2
Turmeric powder ... 1/8 tsp
Coriander powder .. 1 tsp
Cumin powder ....... 1 tsp
Red chilli powder ... 1/4 tsp
Salt ................ to taste
Coriander leaves ... To garnish
1. Cut the bhindis into 1 inch size pieces. Sprinkle a little salt. Cut the potatoes into cubes and put them water to which a little salt is added.
2. Fry the bhindis and potato cubes until almost done. Set aside.
4. Now add the green chillies, tomatoes and also the fried bhindi and aloo.
Add the salt carefully as the bhindi and aloo have salt already. Also add the dry spice powders.
Garnish with fresh coriander leaves.
This goes well with rotis.
such a lovely recipe...ReplyDelete
arre wah i make same way but not fried my daughter loves onion and tomatoes in this but at times i skip themReplyDelete
lovely bhindi batata
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The bhindis become sticky when you don't fry them.Delete
Nice combo.Looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Yummy and nice recipe..ReplyDelete
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Yummy combo. Must try.ReplyDelete
yummy and invitingReplyDelete
Awesome Bhendi Batata. Looks very flavorful. Next time try your version surely.ReplyDelete
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Lovely combo of veggies. Healthy and delicious preparation.ReplyDelete
super combo and yummy curryReplyDelete
Love this combo,healthy and flavorful dish.ReplyDelete
So authentic and yummy!!!ReplyDelete
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I like bhindi in variety of ways.Your picture shows how crispy this dish gets after you fry them.ReplyDelete
Thanks Balvinder.. I prefer to fry the bhindi before adding to avoid them from getting stickyDelete
Lovely combo...looks deliciousReplyDelete