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Aloo Bhindi Recipe
- For Vegetables:
- • Lady’s Finger – 250 gm
- • Potatoes – 2 medium or 1 big
- • Tomatoes – 2
- • Green chilly – 3
- • Garlic – 4-5 slices
- • Ginger – 1 slice
- • Coriander leaves – ½ cup chopped
- For Masalas
- • Turmeric Powder – ½ tbsp
- • Garam Masala – 1 tbsp
- • Coriander Powder – 1 tbsp
- • Red Chilly powder – ½ tbsp
- • Mango Powder – ¼ tbsp ( Optional)
- • Salt – 1 tbsp
- • Lemon Juice – 2-3 tbsp
- 1. Dice 2 medium sized potatoes/1 large potatoes and 250 gm of lady's finger into small pieces.
- 2. Heat about 2 tbsp of butter or ghee into the pan. As it gets heated, fry the lady's finger, until its sides turn brown. Repeat the same process for the potatoes. Once, they are fried keep them aside.
- 3. Dice 1 onion, 3 green chilies, 4-5 garlic florets and 1 big slice of ginger.
- 4. Heat 2 tbsp of ghee in a pan. As it gets heated, add in 1 tbsp cumin seeds. As the seeds splutter add in the 3 diced green chilies, and crushed ginger and garlic.
- 5. As the garlic pieces, start turning brown, add in the onions. Add ¼ tbsp of salt to help the onions lose water quicker.
- 6. As the onions start turning brown, add in ½ tbsp turmeric powder, 1 tbsp coriander powder, ½ tbsp red chilli powder and 1 tbsp of garam masala powder. Stir well.
- 7. Add in the diced tomatoes and sprinkle a little bit of water and close the lid of the pan. Keep a medium flame as you do so.
- 8. Once the tomatoes are cooked, the gravy becomes thick. Add water in small batches based on the consistency required.
- 9. As the oil starts leaving the sides of the pan, and the gravy thickens, add in the fried lady's finger and potatoes and mix it well. If needed add water and let the ingredients cook in it for about 10 min.
- 10. As you boil, the masalas get settled and the gravy thickens. At this time, add in ¼ tbsp of mango powder.
- 11. Switch off the flame. Chop some coriander leaves and garnish on top of this dish. Aloo bhindi recipe is ready to be served.
- Aloo Bhindi, is a recipe that will go very well with white rice and roti. My personal favorite is to have it along with rice and curd. Try it out and let me know.
- Source: http://www.vegtastebuds.com/aloo-bhindi.html