Garlic Bhendi Fry/ Garlic Okra Fry/ Lahsuni Bhindi / Lady's Finger Fry Flavored with Garlic



To fix a simple lunch and make it exciting at the same time is with one of my favorite veggies, okra.... and also this time, it's a fried version! Yes, you could skip the deep fried session and stir fry the okra/ bhendi too. But for today, I made it this way! This is a easy one, only few ingredients needed, my vegetarian friends can try this recipe for your dinners, lunch gatherings too. Serve it with the humble dal - rice, curd rice and it's a step up. If you are a okra/bhendi lover like me, do check out my other okra recipes too.Deep fried okra  and Nutty bhendi chutney .




To Make This Recipe, You'll Need : 


Bhendi / Okra (sliced)
300 grams
Garlic pods
50 grams
Red chilli powder
1 ½ tablespoons
Salt
½ tablespoon
Oil
As required to fry

                                      
                                     Method : 


1. Fry the sliced bhendi in the oil and keep it aside.  Try not to fry your bhendi to brown color. The fried bhendi should be green in color.
2. Now into a blender (or) you could use mortar and pestle for the rustic look of the final dish, add garlic pods, red chilli powder and salt. 
3. Blend it into a thick paste. Use little water if needed. 
4. Add the prepared paste as required to the fried bhendi and mix it well, using your hands. With the remaining paste, you could make use of adding to other vegetables like potato and coccinia.
5. The measures in the recipe are totally one's choice. So, taste and add if any seasoning required. 
6. It's ready to serve. 

                                                      


Pictorial : 

Washed and cleaned, sliced bhendi.




Fry the sliced bhendi in the oil



                           Try not to fry your bhendi to brown color. The fried bhendi should be green in color.


Now into a blender (or) you could use mortar and pestle for the rustic look of the final dish, add garlic pods


red chilli powder 



and salt.


Blend it into a thick paste. Use little water if needed. 



Add the prepared paste as required to the fried bhendi and mix it well, using your hands. With the remaining paste, you could make use of adding to other vegetables like potato and coccinia. The measures in the recipe are totally one's choice. So, taste and add if any seasoning required. 


Ready to serve ! 

Enjoy! 



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