Masaledar bhindi (Okra)

Hi friends, hope you all are good. Today’s recipe is Masaledar bhindi. This masala bhindi (Okra) is easy to cook. It is semi dry fried recipe with onions and tomatoes with some spices. It is a north Indian dish which goes very well with roti or chapati and you can also eat it with chawal and dal. Bhindi is also called lady finger which we learn in our school days and I remember how I used to draw paintings with lady finger in my school days and enjoy it with my friends.

Benifits of bhindi (okra):-

  • Bhindi is rich in nutrients and it is benifical in controlling the diabeties of a patient because my mother is a diabetic patient and doctors has advice her to bhindi.
  • It helps during pregnancy and cancer also.
Masaledar bhindi
Bhindi (Okra)
2 Onions
1 Tomato
1tsp Ginger garlic
1/2tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Red chilli powder
1/2tsp Coriander powder
1/2tsp Dry mango powder (Amchur powder)
1tsp Cumin seeds
Method of cooking masaledar bhindi:-
  • Wash the bhindi (Okra) and cut them into small pieces.
  • Heat the oil in the pan and semi fry the bhindi (Okra).
    Masaledar bhindi
  • Take out semi fried bhindi and put some more oil in the pan and heat it.
  • Now put some cumin seeds and add 1 medium chopped onions and  crushed ginger garlic and  mix it properly and cook it on medium flame for 4-5mins. until it becpmes brown.
  • Now add all the dry spices into it and mix it properly and cook it with lid.
  • After 5 to 10 mins of cooking add 2 medium chopped tomatoes into it and pinch of salt so that tomatoes becomes soft fast and Cook them on medium flame until it becomes soft and crunchy and now add semi fried bhindi (Okra) and salt as per your taste and cook it on low flame for about 15 mins.
Masaledar bhindi

Points to remember during making of masaledar bhindi:-

  • Wash bhindi before cutting it because it has sticky texture and after         cutting and washing it will become sticky.
  •  Cook it only medium flame otherwise it will not turn crunchy.
  • Remember to use salt properly otherwise it becomes salty.
Your masaledar bhindi is ready to serve. Serve it with roti or chapati and enjoy it. Hope you all like my recipes and give a try. Bye😊

AboutSimmi Ashish Prakash

Hi, I'm Simmi Ashish Prakash. Welcome to you all on food life process. I am housewife. I love to read and write but my favorite thing is to do cooking. It is a stress buster for me. So I thought to share my recipes and home remedies with you all. Thank you for visiting my blog. You can also reach out to me on Facebook , Instagram and YouTube.


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