Bhindi Kadhi ( Punjabi Style)
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I have eaten kadhi in many places and once an idea came that why not make bhindi ((ladies finger) kadhi. Well we can actually use several other vegetables. I am yet to try out with other vegetables, but i did try out with bhindi. Now i know many people might think that this recipe is already available but i have made few alterations to it and prepared and it has come out just great. I hope you do like the preparation and do comment as i am an armature cook so this platform will be of a great help for my learning curve.
- Wash and dry the bhindis and then chop then into small pieces.
- In a bowl take 1 cup of besan and add very little water and whisk it very nicely.
- Add little salt and carom seeds and mix the bhindis in the batter nicely.
- Take a non stick pan and heat the and shallow fry the bhindis till they are crisp.
- Once done place the fried bhindis in a plate over a napkin/tissue to remove the excess oil.
- In the same pan, add 1 cup of curd, the ginger garlic paste, the green chilli paste, turmeric powder, chilli powder, salt and whisk the batter.
- If the batter is getting thick we can add little water and whisk it for getting a nice semi liquid proportion.
- In the same pan where we had fried the bhindis earlier,add cumin seeds, hing,dry red chilli, onions and saute till the onions are little golden brown.
- Add curry leaves and saute the entire contents of the pan for about 1 minute.
- Add the kadhi batter that we have prepared in the pan and then the fried bhindis.
- Add roughly 2 to 3 cups of water depending on the thickness of the kadhi.
- Keep string it for 2 to 3 minutes and then add honey to it.
- The curd will impart sour taste while the honey imparts a sweet taste. The combination of both of these along with the fried bhindi is different than the usual ones that i have eaten.
- Cover the bhindi kadhi and let it cook on sim for about 5 to 6 minutes.
- Garnish with coriander and serve hot.
This recipe was contributed by Sandipan on 13 Jul 2013Simple and enthusiastic guy with a passion for food and cooking. Though I don't cook regularly due t...
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