Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Dahi Bhindi

Dahi Bhindi
Hope everyone is having a great summer, its almost to an end and I have mixed feelings about it.Laid back days and long evening will end and pretty soon it would be home works and running around chauffeuring kids to classes.
I do have a post still in works with all the awards fellow bloggers have passed on, I feel honored and thank all of you for the awards, promise to post it soon.

Sanjeev Kapoor has always been a source of inspiration for me, a while ago I happened to win a prize for a years worth of subscription for Sanjeev Kapoor's website, few weeks back while browsing through his website found a great recipe for Bhinidi and boy oh boy it is a keeper.

Ingredients
Tender Bhindi's 1 pound
Green chilies 3-4
Ginger 1 inch
Peppercorns 1 tbsp (adjust according to taste)
Yogurt 1 1/2 cups
R.Chilies whole 2
Gram flour (Besan) 1 tbsp
Oil 1 1/2 tbsp
Cumin seeds 1 tbsp
Corriander powder 1 tbsp
turmeric powder 1/2 tspn
Salt according to taste

Process
1. Clean Bhindi(lady Fingers/Okra) and cut into 1 inch pieces
2. Grind Ginger and peppercorns into a fine paste
3.Whisk yogurt
4. Fry besan on low heat for a minute and allow to cool.
5. Heat 1tbsp oil in a pan, add whole red chillies,cumin seeds and fry for a minute
6.Add Okra and salt and cook over medium heat stirring frequently for about 4-5 minutes
7.Stir in ginger garlic paste,reduce heat and add yogurt mix well and cook covered for eight to ten minutes stirring occasionally till Okra is completely cooked.
Serve hot with roti's or rice.

22 comments:

sra said...

Hi Sreelu, how are you? Have never made this, just eaten it once or twice, it looks appetising.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Looks gr8. Nice pic. I love that very berry smoothie aslo.

Rina said...

Well we can't go wrong w/ Sanjeev'a recipes. His show is one i don't miss on Sunday's on the ATN. Though we can catch up w/ his recipes on the web site, there's nothing like watching him cook live.

Perfect pic dear...

R u planning another big celebration for the boys b'days this year?

Usha said...

Looks delicious...There is a surprise waiting for you at my blog,please check it out :)

mitr_bayarea said...

Sreelu-

This is one rare dish....very good.

A_and_N said...

I have bhindi in the fridge :D will surely try this tomorrow!

Hima said...

never made bhindi this way.. will have to give it a try...

Mahek said...

hi
Thanks for this wonderful recipe

Cynthia said...

I'd have love to have this for dinner with some rice and a big mug of tea. :)

Hima said...

Sreelu, I am hosting an event called Sunday Snacks, would appreciate if you can come up with something for that event.

Sreelu said...

@sra, Have been very busy lately

@kitchen_flavors, try it I loved it

@Rina, boy parties for both boys are done, don't have to worry till next year, can't belive they are growing up so fast.

@Usha, thats very sweet of you thank you.

@Mitr, Thanks !!

@a&n, Hey hope you tried it,let me know how it went.

@Hima, you've got to give it a try and let me know how it goes

@mahek, Thanks !!

@Cynthia, dinner with tea, uuumh unique combination, I love tea after dinner ?

@Hima, sure will come up with something for your event

sanjay said...

Looks awesome and tastes delicious!!
I am glad to be next door and lucky to taste all the yummy dishes.....

keep it up...you go girl
San J

Sailaja said...

Great Recipe

ANJALI J. said...

there is a surprise for u in my blog.

Sujatha said...

Hi Sreelu! You have an excellent blog and beautiful pics! Thanks for visiting my blog and your sweet words :) I will sure keep in touch :)

Padma said...

Dahi Bhindi looks yummy Sree! I searched ur blog for your email id, but could not find it...

You asked about the spice mix where should we fry garlic... no dearie, we should add raw garlic to the spice mix...

megha punater said...

looks amazingly yummy,thank you for the recipe,will make it coming weekend.

Priti said...

Dahi Bindi looks gud and easy...

Sharmi said...

Hey Sreelu,
Thanks a lot for dropping by with your lovely wishes.
take care
Sharmi

Sia said...

SK has changed the way we look at cooking and thanks to his show, i too have learn many lovely recipes. this dahi bhindi looks amazing and if u say it's a keeper than it has to be :)

Supriya said...

Hi, thanks for this unique recipe. But in the recipe, you say to fry besan on low heat and aside but don't say what to do with it. Do we sprinkle it on the okra???

kitchen queen said...

hmmm-----lovely bhindi dish my mouth is watering.

 
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