Tuesday, September 28, 2010

CAPSICUM TOMATO BHINDI[OKARA]

I saw this recipe in T.V.show long back .It looks me something different and new.So i decided to make it for the bookmark Tuesday recipe.Its taste is really different and some how tasty.Try it and enjoy one more taste
of bhindi  [ladyfinger]   [okara]
Ingredients:
Bhindi-250gm
capsicum-1chopped
Tomato-1 chopped
green chilly 1
onion-2medium finely chopped


Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Red chilly powder-1/4tsp
Coriander powder-1tsp
methi see
garam masala-1/4tsp
amchur[mango dry powder]-1/4tsp
corn flour-2tsp
oil for fry
salt to taste
Method:
Wash and wipe bhindi.Cut into diamond shape


Sprinkle corn flour and toss nicely so that every piece of bhindi cover by it

Heat oil in a pan and fry the bhindi.Don't over fry.

Heat 2tbsp of oil in pan add methi seeds when it is brown add onion and fry after 5mintues add capsicum and tomato and fry .Cover it so that capsicum becomes soft.Now add green chilly and coriander powder.red chilly powder and turmeric powder fry for a minute.add bhindi and salt cover it till it is done.Now add garam masala and amchoor
Eat with chapati or pratha






TIP
U can skip the fry portion and directly add it but if we fry the bhindi its stickiness will go and enhance the taste.
POSTING TO AKILA'S DISH START WITH C

16 comments:

  1. Nice recipe and sounds interesting

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  2. unusual combination of veggies, will try this combo surely.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  3. wow very different combination of veggies ...looks wonderful ..uimmy

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. This looks fantastic..very new combo!
    Thanks for linking to bookmark event:)

    US Masala

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  5. Unique combo of veggies..looks delicious

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  6. That okra fry is simply tempting! I just loved the way u present it! :D

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  7. Hi Santosh,
    Okra with capsicum sounds nice combination, never tried this ....looks very tasty.
    I missed ur few posts last week as I was having lots of relatives at home, so couldn't bloghop. Will be regular now dear

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. A very different combo.Must have tasted great :)

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  9. Droolworthy and beautiful combo for a stir fry..

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  10. capsicun bhendi combo looks yummm

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  11. An award for you :-) http://eatvegetarianbehealthy.blogspot.com/2010/09/another-award.html

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  12. Oh that is whole lot of new combination!

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  13. Dear Santosh,

    Your recipe is already posted in the Okra RoundUp.It is number 18.Thank you for participating in the event.If you have any questions let me know.Thankyou.

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