Bhindi Masala


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Bhindi masala always brings to mind a yummy dish, literally floating in oil! I am sure many of you must have refrained from indulging in this subzi because of its obviously high oil-content. Not any more. Here is a healthier, oil-free version of bhindi masala that tastes equally great. Use roasted masalas, and cook the bhindi in a pressure cooker before roasting them in a non-stick kadai.

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Method
  1. Wash and pat dry the bhindis. Slit them lengthwise.
  2. Stuff the bhindi with the prepared paste. Keep aside.
  3. Pressure cook the stuffed bhindi and the remaining paste, if any, for 1 whistle.
  4. Allow the steam to escape and then open the pressure cooker.
  5. Heat a non-stick kadhai on a medium flame and when hot, add the bhindi and cook on a low flame for 5 to 6 minutes or till they are done.
  6. Serve hot.
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Leena_DhootDecember 05, 2010

Its very easy to mess up bhindi..but i stuck to this recipe and passed the bhindi test with flying colours! Its crisp and delicious! thanks.
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Reviewed December 05, 2010by Leena_Dhoot

Its very easy to mess up bhindi..but i stuck to this recipe and passed the bhindi test with flying colours! Its crisp and delicious! thanks.

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Reviewed October 12, 2011by Healthy Eating

Healthy. Bhindi Masala is on the spicy side and has extra masala which is spread over the bhindi. Pressure cooking the bhindi makes it healthy. Make sure you wash your bhindis well and see the inside is clean after you cut them. Some times they can be infested. Much better than the fired version.

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Reviewed February 13, 2013by Foodie#475757

i liked the taste, but the bhindis were overcooked in the pressure cooker.probably just frying should work.

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