Friends, today I am going to share with you another very funny recipe of Bhindi, whose name is Garlic Bhindi. We can make Bhindi in many ways, Bhindi is very tasty to eat and gets ready very soon. This recipe is also made with leftover rice and non-veg curry (chicken curry or mutton curry). In this recipe we will add garlic instead of onion so that the smell of garlic can be pleasant even when the oil gets hot after frying it later in the pan. bhindi ki Sabzi
- Bhindi / Okra / Lady finger (250 g) - Ginger paste (3-4 tablespoons) - Garlic paste (3-4 tablespoons) - Red chilli powder (1/2 tablespoon) - Turmeric powder (1/2 tablespoon) Salt to taste Oil for frying - Method: 1. Wash and clean bhindi, apply ginger and garlic paste, add salt, red chilli powder and turmeric powder. Keep it aside for an hour or two.
Take some oil in a pan and heat it. Add garlic, sliced bhindi and salt to taste. Mix well. Cook it for 2-3 minutes. Remove from flame and serve hot with chapati or roti. Enjoy your meal with bhindi sabji and enjoy
We can serve Garlic Bhindi with rotis, puris, and phulkas. This sabzi is also very good to eat with parathas. It is also very tasty when served with rice. We can serve it as lunch or dinner on festivals, special occasions and functions. Friends, you can make a lot of varieties of Bhindi Sabji like Aloo Bhindi, Bhindi Masala, Bhindi Fry, etc. In India we have many ways of making bhindi like Bhindi do Pyaza (with onion), Bhindi ka Salan (with tomato gravy), etc. I will share more recipes of Bhindi soon. So friends stay tuned with me for more recipes coming soon.
how to make Garlic Bhindi ki Sabzi
Garlic is very healthy and beneficial for our health. Today I am going to share with you a Garlic , which can be made in 3 steps. These steps are so easy that anyone can make it at home without any difficulties. So friends, let’s see how to make it. Here are simple steps: Take 50 grams of garlic and wash them properly with water. After washing, peel off their skin and then chop them into small pieces. Now take one kilogram of bhindi (okra) and cut into small pieces as well. Then take 2 tablespoon oil in a pan and heat it on medium flame.
After heating oil add chopped garlic in it and fry till they become golden brown color from all sides. While frying garlic stir them continuously otherwise they will burn quickly. When fried garlic becomes golden brown color then turn off stove and keep aside. Now take another pan or kadai and heat it on high flame. After heating add 1 teaspoon mustard seeds in it along with 1 teaspoon cumin seeds and mix well until mustard seeds start crackling. Then add 1⁄2 teaspoon turmeric powder, 1⁄2 teaspoon red chili powder, 1⁄4 teaspoon garam masala powder and mix well again till spices get mixed properly with oil.