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How to make dhaba style bhindi at home.


•There may be any type of pickle, but it enhances the taste of both vegetable and roti. But it takes a lot of time to make pickle and there is no desire to eat it. In which Achari Bhindi is a very quick spicy and tasty pickle that you can make it anytime quickly and enhance the taste of your vegetable and roti food.


•Asafoetida – 1/4 tsp

•Onion – 1 medium

•Green chili – 1 chopped

•Curry leaves – 10-12

•Ginger Garlic Paste – 2 tsp

•Tomato puree – 1/3 cup

•Curd – 1/4 cup whipped

•Coriander Powder – 1 tsp

•Red chili powder – 1/4 tsp

•Turmeric Powder – 1/4 tsp

•Salt – as per taste

•Preparation time: 5 minutes

•Cooking time: 20 minutes

•Total time: 25 minutes


STEP 1: Wash and dry the bhindi.

First of all, put the bhindi in a bowl and wash it well. Then keep the bowl in the sun and dry it. After drying, cut the stalk of bhindi with a knife and make a long cut in the middle and keep it back in the bowl.

STEP 2: Mix the gravy and roasted bhindi.

Now take a wok and keep it on medium flame and heat it well. After the pan is hot, add the chopped bhindi and fry it for about 12 to 15 minutes till it becomes light brown. Fried, Take out the bhindi in a plate and keep it. Put oil in the same pan again and heat it and when the oil is hot, add mustard seeds and hing and fry it. Then add onion, curry leaves and finely chopped green chilies and ginger-garlic paste and fry. After all the ingredients are roasted, add tomato puree and some water and boil the puree. After boiling add curd, salt, coriander powder, turmeric powder and red chili powder and mix all the ingredients well with a spoon and let the curd thicken on low flame. Put the roasted ladyfinger in the thick curd and mix it with a spoon and turn off the gas. Achari Bhindi is ready.

~Nutrition Information:-

•Calories: 163kcal

•Carbohydrates: 18g

•Protein: 4g

•Fat: 10g

•Saturated Fat: 1g

•Trans Fat: 1g

•Cholesterol: 2mg

•Sodium: 501mg

•Potassium: 515mg

•Fiber: 5g

•Sugar: 7g

•Vitamin A: 1079IU

•Vitamin C: 82mg

•Calcium: 140mg

•Iron: 2mg

~Health benefits of eating bhindi:-

•Good for diabetes..

•Bhindi has anti-diabetic and anti-hyperglycemic properties. Which help in reducing the increasing level of glucose in the blood. Therefore, diabetic patients must consume it.

•Increases digestive power..

•A high amount of fiber is found in okra. Fiber is helpful in strengthening the digestive system and removing the disorders coming in the system in digestion.

•Good for the eyes..

•Bhindi contains beta-carotene, which converts into vitamin A in the body. Therefore, consuming lady’s finger in the summer time helps in keeping the eyesight healthy.

~Serving Types:-

•Serve garnished with fresh chopped coriander.

•Can be served with curd laden roti.

•Can also be served with stuffed parathas.

~Change in taste:-

•Dried mango powder or amchur powder can be added.

•Fennel powder can also be added for better taste.

•You can make tempering with mustard seeds.

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