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Okra fried in rajasthani style.Bhendi Jaipuri is an awesome dish from the Rajasthani cuisine that has rubbles of crispy fried okra, onions and cashew nuts dusted with spices, mango powder (amchur) and besan flour which is extraordinary made

Tips for Cooking Bhendi:

  • Wash and dry before cooking.
  • Add salt at the end for crispy bhendi fry.
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About Recipe

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

How to make Bhendi Jaipuri

(12 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Bhendi Jaipuri
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Okra & Bhendi
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : March 12, 2019


Ingredients used in Bhendi Jaipuri
• Okra (lady fingers) - 300 grams.
• Gram flour / besan - 1 cup.
• Cumin - 1 tea spoon.
• Chili powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Cashew nuts (broken) - 2 tablespoons.
• Amchoor powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Vinegar - 1 tablespoon.
• Salt - 1 to taste.
• Oil - as required.
Method:
  • Cut okra in slices and keep it aside.
  • Add cashew nuts, chili powder, amchoor powder, salt to the sliced okra and mix as shown in video by sprinkling few drops of vinegar.
  • To it, even add sliced onions(optional), mix it again.
  • At last, add besan flour to it and mix it well.
  • Sprinkle few drops of water if the flour is not sticking to okra. Later, deep fry till golden brown.

Serve as appetizer or as crunchy accompaniment with other dishes.






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Tips for Cooking Bhendi:

  • Wash and dry before cooking.
  • Add salt at the end for crispy bhendi fry.
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Aby Mathew Posted on Tue Nov 06 2007

I think I need to give you a correction in reference to Gumbo. Gumbo is not another name for Okra but a southern dish made with okra. In fact Gumbo can be made without okra (refer to wikipedia if you need to!). As a person who loves Gumbo, I just

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VahChef Posted on Tue Nov 06 2007

0kra (Hibiscus esculentus) is also called "gumbo" in this country, although the latter term is more often applied to soups or other dishes which contain okra.

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Dee Thakore Posted on Tue Nov 06 2007

clustery goodness! I will use this dish as "FARSAN". Like a dessert...in Gujarat we have to have a farsan. Farsan means patara, dhokala, aloo vada, samosa... So now I will make Jaipuri okara as a one dish of a farsan.

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VahChef Posted on Tue Nov 06 2007

cool

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TatGarden Posted on Sun Feb 10 2008

Chef this is a very good recipe. I tried it but cutting it was messy and they did not look as good as yours.. Please show how you cut it and get it ready , I think that is such an important part of cooking with okra.

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Sunil Kamath Posted on Mon Jun 23 2008

U r the best hahaahhaha great. Those who tell u for proportions tell them to f.... off. If u like food experiment.

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anonymousnowhere Posted on Wed Aug 20 2008

This looked like such a interesting way to cook okra but when I heard it has to be deep fried I was sooooooooooooooo dissapointed as I do not fry .

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kamana rai Posted on Wed Dec 24 2008

lol..chef u r humorous nway thnx for the recipe boom boom boom boom..hahahahahha

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Eric Carter Posted on Tue Mar 17 2009

look at my lovely lady fingers... lol! Tussi great ho Chef! Vah Rey Vah!

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m1foley Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

At 0:36 I got excited and said, "YEAH!"

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hetlir Posted on Fri May 01 2009

If I am using frozen okra, should I defrost them first?

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Netflick01 Posted on Tue Jun 23 2009

I added spring onions instead of Onions. It tasted amazing. Thanks Vah chef :)

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