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Bhindi Pakora - Okra (Lady Finger)

Bhindi Pakora - Okra (Lady Finger)
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time


as much u want..
well itss yummy bhindi pakoras that i made by chance but it turned out very yummy so i thought maybe i canshare this recepie and maybe somone likes it too..
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  • 10-12 bhindi or landyfingers.(slit 1 bhindi in 2 parts vertically)
  • 1tbsp vinegar
  • 1tsp crushed red chilly flakes
  • 1 tsp powdered red chilly (if u like spicy food)
  • 1tsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp corriander powder
  • 1 tsp chat masala
  • 1 cup gram flour
  • 1 tbsp cooking oil for flour
  • cooking oil for frying
  • corriander leaves
  • mint leaves
  • salt to taste

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Cooking Directions

  1. Take ladyfinger pieces in a bowl and marinate it with red chilly,salt,turmeric,vinegar,corriander powder and chat masala.

  2. Keep it aside for atleast 10 minutes take gram flour and add salt with 1 tsp of red chilly and 1 tsp of turmeric in it with 1 tbsp oil.add chopped corriander leaves and mint leaves in it and mixx well

  3. Add water to make batter but batter should be little thick for nice coating.

  4. Heat oil in pan and coat bhindis with this batter and deep fry.

  5. First keep the flame high and then turn it little slow so that the ladyfingers get softened and then again fry it on high flame

  6. Yummy bhindi pakoras are ready

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Comments posted by users for Bhindi Pakora - Okra (Lady Finger) recipe:

  1. yes. I like the recipe I will try my self to cook as shown actually I am looking for krispi bhendi pakora for starter. I tested it at alibagh they call it rajasthani bhendi. It is prepared with besan but it is not completely covered with besan bhendi is also visible and fully crisped as onion pakora(onion pakora in dry besan without adding any water or liquid. pl. mail me the recipe if possible.

    on Sep 29 2012 11:14PM Report Abuse M M PANDYA
  2. Hope its not made out of rats i heard they eat that kind of stuff over there

    on May 13 2010 4:18PM Report Abuse DAVID SMITH

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