2009/01/31

VENDAIKKAI KULAMBHU



INGREDIENTS :

  • Ladies finger / Bhendi / Vendaikkai- 250 g
  • Onion - 1
  • Dried Red Chillies - 10
  • Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
  • Coconut -- 2 tsps
  • Peanut - 3 tsps
  • Jeera - 2 tips
  • Mustard - 1 tsp
  • Tamarind juice -  1/2 cup
  • Salt to taste
  • Curry leaves

For Masala :

Tomato , Jeera , Peanuts and coconut , dried red chillies, coriander seeds.

METHOD OF PREPARATION :


1 ) Saute ingredients for masala in a spoon of oil till peanuts gets roasted . Allow it to cool and grind them.



2) Heat oil in a kadai . Add mustard and jeera, red chillies and curry leaves .Add chopped onion. Saute it till tender.


3) Add chopped Vegetable and fry it for 5 minutes till the vegetable is cooked well.


4) Add the grinded masala and tamarind juice and salt .Cover with a lid and cook till oil separates .




Serve hot with Rice.

17 comments:

Adlak's tiny world said...

book marked shama.. looks creamy and tasty.

Nithya Praveen said...

Wow Shama,am too tempted to make this.Never thot abt using Bhindi in gravy, a wonderful recipe.thanks:)

Recipeswap said...

Hey this is so different.can always Count on you to turn up with something new !

Varsha Vipins said...

great texture Shama..:)

Sum Raj said...

this looks creamy rich gravy...goes well with bindi specially..

Unknown said...

never tried bindi in ground nut gravy looks intresting

sriharivatsan said...

This is something new Shama..Never tried bindhi in gravy..Noted recipie..

Srikitchen said...

looks very new for me and will give a try soon!

Vidhya said...

bookmarked this one shama. really looks creamy and yummy. NEVER heard of this before. will try it soon cos I like peanuts.

Preety said...

never made okra this way b4 must give this a try..curry looks yumm

Marie said...

your blog is so pretty and elegant too. I was looking for a template like this. If it is not troublesome, could you guide me on where to get such a template.

Chitra said...

WOW..WOW..WOW..VERY NICE GRAVY AND CHUTNEY POSTINGS!!Varieties of chutney and this gravy is new to me..Will try this:)Thanks for visiting my blog regularly:)Plz be around:)

Finla said...

I don't like okra, but that sauce that i am sure i ould love.

suvi said...

thanks for the entries shama! the okra looks yummy..not too much of a bhindi fan, but the gravy looks very delicious.

Gita Jaishankar said...

The gravy looks very creamy and yummy...

Srivalli said...

Thanks for all your lovely entries shama..

Vishali said...

Hey Shama,

Ladies Finger Peanut Gravy looks great ...I always look for different recipes for this veggie...I guess now will be trying ur version...


Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog...hope we will be bumping into each other very often..

Cheers,
Vishali

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