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Bharvan Bhindi is a simple way of relishing the okra or lady's finger with stuffed spices full of aroma and simple but amazing flavor.

Dhaas Bhindi or Bharwan Bhindi or Stuffed Okra is a simple way of relishing okra,since it calls for cooking okra stuffed with simple spices.

A natural, warm and delectable Indian recipe, bharwa bhindi or stuffed okra. Bharwa bhindi is among the richest side dish preparation of Indian delicacies and very yummy. Its title itself tickle the taste buds. Spicy masala stuffed bhindi is really a incredible experience in every bite. It is an option food during celeberations and festivals.

Bharwa bhindi prepared in ample quantity of oil improves the flavor. Enjoy the richness of con... Read More..

About Recipe

Okra & Bhendi vepudu, Okra & Bhendi varuval, Okra & Bhendi Bhaja

How to make Bharvan bhindi

(21 ratings)
112 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
Bharvan bhindi
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Okra & Bhendi
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 09, 2019


Ingredients used in Bharvan bhindi
• Okra /bhindi - 250 grams.
• Onions ( sliced) - half cup.
• Gram flour /besan/ chickpea flour - 1 ½ tea spoon.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Lime - half tea spoon.
• Amchur powder - 1 tablespoon.
• Sambhar powder - 4 tablespoons.
• Salt - to taste.
• Water - as required.
• Chili powder - half tea spoon.
Method:
  • Cut the head of tender okra and slit open okra halfway through.

  • In a bowl, add sambar powder, amchur powder, besan, salt, lime juice, water (as required) , make it to a thick paste.

  • Now, stuff the okra with above prepared masala mixture and arrange it on a pan to fry it.

  • Then cook it by adding 1 tablespoon of oil to the above pan and drip atleast 2-3 drops of water in regular intervals so that they doesnt get burnt.

  • At last, add sliced onion, chopped coriander leaves, salt, chili powder and let it cook for about 5 minutes.

Delicious Bharwan bhindi is now ready to serve.






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A natural, warm and delectable Indian recipe, bharwa bhindi or stuffed okra. Bharwa bhindi is among the richest side dish preparation of Indian delicacies and very yummy. Its title itself tickle the taste buds. Spicy masala stuffed bhindi is really a incredible experience in every bite. It is an option food during celeberations and festivals.

Bharwa bhindi prepared in ample quantity of oil improves the flavor. Enjoy the richness of conventional food and gratify your palate. In Hindi Bharwan means stuffed and Bhindi means okra. Once okra cooks with masala it provides an awesome taste along with a fantastic alter from the standard bhindi sabzi.

Stuffed bhindi is extremely famous in the hindi speaking states of India and also in Western India. Home cooks of numerous regional cuisine have there own special mixture of seasoning and elements that going into the making of stuffed bhindi or okra. One of the most popular methods to cook okra is by stuffing with exclusive mixtures of spices or herbs. Simple tastes which will amaze you and also yield effects which is far beyond what one may assume. Bharwa bhindi is actually a flexible recipe and also the elements may be modified according to whatever you have in your kitchen.

Slit lady fingers or okra filled with delectable powdered masala and stir-fried. Bhindi is something you either love or not, however with this recipe everyone will probably be a fan of bhindi. This sabzi is fantastic with rotis or rice and dal.

Okra is referred to as the lady's finger or Bhendi in Hindi in India or as Gumbo in countries such as the United States or Caribbean. Okra is a enchanting veggie whose structure differs significantly based on how it is cooked. If you want it gooey and glutinous, combine it with an African-style stew; if you like it complete pieces, try it out in the traditional American gumbo. Okra is popular in Indian, Middle Eastern, Caribbean and southern US culinary.

Bhindi or Okra is a fantastic veggie which can be found in many parts around the world and known by the various names like, Lady’s finger, Okra, Bamia, Gumbo, Bendakaya, Vendakkai or bendai etc. Okra is popular in Pakistani cuisine also. They're often stir-fried with spices, pickled, salted or put into gravy. Some most popular dishes made by bhindi are Bhindi - Prawn pulusu, Bhindi Jaipuri, Bharvan bhindi etc.

Tips:

Normally purchase a soft and small okra or bhindi, because it tastes wonderful and cooks more quickly.

Take out the large seeds of bhindi prior to filling into masala, these seeds makes bhindi tacky and doesn't add any value to the flavor.

Don't include water or dry out the wetness in bhindi’s just before cooking.

Nutritional Value:

There are many health advantages of eating Okra. Okra is a preferred health food since it's loaded with fiber, vitamin C and folate material. Okra is also famous for being full of anti-oxidants and it is generally eaten for a weight loss because it's both fat-free and cholesterol-free. Okra is also an excellent source of calcium and potassium. It's also an excellent source of Protein and Dietary Fiber. It includes Vitamin B6, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus, Copper, Calcium, Folic Acid, Magnesium, Potassium and Manganese etc.

 

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ritu Posted on Mon Aug 15 2016

i want update my latest racipe here

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ritu Posted on Mon Aug 15 2016

i want update my latest racipe here

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ritu Posted on Mon Aug 15 2016

i want update my latest racipe here

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raven1234 Posted on Tue Apr 29 2008

er...nice.. now I know. thks

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tripleterrific Posted on Fri May 23 2008

hahahaha....dude ur mouth waters at 6:25..lol so does mine......thanks for the vids neways

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Prashant Singh Posted on Wed Jul 02 2008

hi, u can also put peanut powder... which makes the masala real good . Renu Bamil

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Swaroop Kher Posted on Mon Jul 21 2008

You can also add peanut powder with chilli powder..also u can make filling from paste of fried dry coconut and onion with masalas..its marathi way of doing this and its yummyyyy..this is also nice recipe..thanxs!!!

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hindvasant Posted on Fri Jul 25 2008

sorry... what does sambar poda means?

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mimi Posted on Wed Mar 11 2009

This is an easy way of making bharvan bhendi...... instead of any amchur i used MTR sambhar paste which already had taste of sourness and salt, all i had to put is just besan and fill it in bhendi.

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bebusbhu Posted on Mon May 18 2009

the problem is that the stickness of the okra doesnt come out if you just stuff them totally raw!!

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shankyxyz Posted on Sat May 30 2009

its dry mango(unripe) powder.

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jigijigicha Posted on Mon Aug 03 2009

he is very expressive. it makes me want to cook this dish right away and eat it!

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