Crispy and crunchy fried bhindi is a perfect accompaniment to dal chawal and pulaos.
Bhindi / ladys fingers ..... 200 gms
Besan / gram flour ........ 2 tbsps
Rice flour ..................... 1 tbsp
Salt .................... to taste
Red chilli powder .. 1/2 tsp
Turmeric ............. 1/4 tsp
Amchoor powder.. 1/4 tsp ( add more if you like )
Chat masala ..... 1 tsp ( to sprinkle on top )
Oil .......... to fry
1. Wash the bhindi well and wipe them with a kitchen towel.
2. Chop off the edges and cut the bhindis into thin long strips.
3. Sprinkle all the ingredients except chat masala on them.
4. Stir them well to coat evenly.
5. Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the bhindi strips to a crunchy golden colour. Drain them on a paper towel and sprinkle the chat masala on top.
looks so crispy... so true to its name!ReplyDelete
You are right Rafeeda.. absolutely crispy and crunchy :)Delete
Looks too good!ReplyDelete
Thanks Hari Chandana ;)Delete
Super crispy and crunchy bhindi kurkure, now it is bhindi season here. So will tryout soon.....:)ReplyDelete
Do try out Sanoli.. they are super delicious :)Delete
nice crispy bhindi fry.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nandoos Kitchen :)Delete
super tempting and yummyReplyDelete
Thanks Shama :)Delete
Very crispy kurkuri.. love to munch some rite now.ReplyDelete
What a lovely way to cook Bindis.I will try this next time.ReplyDelete
You'll love them Nayna .. Thanks :)Delete
I have eaten kurkuri Bhindhi in restaurants but nevet attempted to make them. I will make them now that you have shared your recipe.ReplyDelete
I love it too Mina .. thanksDelete
Yummmm!!! I love okra and of course, I will make this one soon :D Simply awesome...ReplyDelete
I have recently had these Bhindis in a famous Restaurant "Dishum" here in London, and I have been a fan since. Bookmarked quite a few of your Rajasthani recipe Shobha Ji.. I am a fan of your Sindhi cooking anyway :)ReplyDelete
Wow dear what a lovely compliment .. you made my day Nupur :)Delete