Thursday, September 25, 2008



Ladies finger – ½ kg
Green chilli - 3 T
omato 2 Onion 3 to 4
Salt to taste
Jeera powder - ½ tsp
Coriander seed powder – 2 tsp
anni seeds ½ tsp
Sugar - 1 tsp
Garam masala powder - 1 tsp
Cashew nuts - 10 to 15
Oil ½ cup
Curd ¼ cup


Cut all the ladies finger in to 1 inch pieces.
Cut onion, tomato, green chilli.
Fry poppy seed. cashews and Anni seeds in a dry pan. Grind all items.
Keep the ground gravy aside.
Deep fry all the ladies finger in to oil.
In little oil add some jeera, hing, fenu greek saute till its golden brown.
Add the masala gravy in to that and stir it for 2 to 3 mts until the oil mixes well within that.
Add garam masala, all fore mentioned powders and thick curd in to the gravy.
Allow to cook for couple of mts.
Now add the fried ladies finger in to the gravy cook for 2 mts by stirring occasionally.

Now your yummy bindi masala is ready to have with paratha or chappaties

This is my daughter's favorite one. She loves it very much. If this the side dish one more chapati ll go for her.
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