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Monday, July 8, 2013

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        Aloo Bhindi fry is an easy subzi recipe that I want to try for a long time. I checked with my friend Sangeeta quickly for the recipe, it was super easy and tasty too. My family loved it a lot, that Aj wanted to eat it for dinner as well after eating it for lunch. When we went to Pune, where ever we had lunch we ordered for bhindi fry (sukka). We just had it as such and loved the simple ingredients yet tasty. So I wanted to try that way, but ended up making this aloo bhindi fry. I really  enjoyed the food when I was in Pune. My MIL actually warned us when we left to Pune that we will be starving for food. But she doesn’t knows my love towards chaat and north Indian food. So I totally enjoyed the food in Pune. If I visit Pune again, I will enjoy the food more as I know now what we get and where.
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Aloo Bhindi fry recipe

Indian Lunch
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 10 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients

Potatoes 1
Ladies finger 20
Onion 1
Red chilli powder 3/4 tsp
Amchoor powder 1/4 tsp
Jeera 1 tsp
Oil 2 tblsp
Salt As needed
Coriander leaves 2 tblsp

Method


  1. Clean and chop ladies finger into bite size pieces. In a microwavable bowl, add the ladies finger and toss it with 2 tsp of oil. Microwave high for 2-3 minutes with stirring in between. This will help reduce the stickiness.1-aloo-bhindi-fry
  2. Chop onions finely, cube the potatoes. Heat kadai with remaining oil and splutter jeera. Add finely chopped onion and fry till transparent. Add cubed potatoes and sprinkle some salt for it. Cook for 3-4 minutes.2-aloo-bhindi
  3. Add the microwaved ladies finger. Add more oil if needed and check for salt. Cook covered for 5 minutes.3-aloo-bhindi
  4. Add red chilli powder and amchoor powder. Give a stir for a minute. Finally add chopped coriander leaves.4-aloo-bhindi 

Notes

    • Instead of microwaving the ladies finger, you can fry it in oil stove top too. Microwaving is to reduce oil consumption.
    • You can add Dhaniya powder along with red chilli powder.
    • I dint had tomatoes so added amchoor powder.


We had it with rice and dal. Pair it with any rice variety. Or even you can eat it with phulka/ roti.

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30 comments:

  1. i generally do the bhindi like this only except Amchoor powder :) love for it simplicity :) good click raks !

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  2. super yummy subji.. Very nice

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  3. Super delicious and tempting combination.. Yummy!!

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  4. I never heard aloo with bindi but its looks nice I will try soon

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  5. one of my most favourite dish,love it very much.

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  6. What kind of Kadai you use? It doesn't look non stick...
    Very nice recipes.....

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  7. lovely combo..perfect for rotis...

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  8. the spread is delish raji and this s a classic crowd pleaser esp the kids!!

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  9. looking delicious and loved the clicks sis

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  10. Delicious and mouthwatering fry.

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  11. most comfort and yummy food. Love it with jeera rice and chapathi. Very attractive pic raks.

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  12. Loved the combo and the flavors Raks

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  13. I prepare this quite often. I add carrot, garam masala powder and coriander powder too. Its nice to have with chapathi.

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  14. we love bhindi, never try with aaloo...but after seeing ur recipe we try soon....

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  15. Never combined potato with ladies finger! Think its time to do the combo! :) Looks yum!

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  16. Looks yummy. Beautifully presented.

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  17. made it....and like it... :)

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  18. Had this once in a restaurant and it was yummy.

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  19. Nice combination fry...lovely clicks

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  20. This one is my favorite too with roti....BTW I had send you a mail, could you pls check that ASAP!!

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  21. Hi,

    Is the Potato , parboiled one? Instead of amchur can i use lemon juice?

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  23. You have a killer spread in the pictures. I love bindi, makes me want to get to the store just to grab some bindi.

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  24. I tried this.. came out well. Thanks Raks for the receipe.

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  25. Aloo also i microwaved for 3 minuts and added that .

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  26. Thanks for the recipe. Just made it, turned out yummy!!!

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  27. Thanks! Making this tonight. With rotis.

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