Bhindi Do Pyaza

Restaurant style Bhindi/Okra/Lady finger with easy to make recipe at your home :)

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Bhindi/okra/lady finger (diagonally cut pieces) – 300 gm
Onion (medium, sliced) – 1
Onion (medium, sliced) – 1
Tomato (medium, finely chopped) -1
Green chilli (finely chopped) -1
Ginger (grated) – ½ inch
Ginger garlic paste – 1 tsp
Red chilli powder – ½ tsp
Garam masala – ¼ tsp
Dhaniya powder – 1 tsp
Jeera sabut – ¼ tsp
Ajwain – ¼ tsp
Heeng – a pinch
Haldi powder – ¼ tsp
Amchoor powder – ¼ tsp
Kitchen king masala – 2 tsp
Bay leaf -1
Red chilli sabut – 2
Salt – to taste
Cooking oil – 2 tbsp +1 tsp + 2 tbsp
Honey – ½ tsp
Curd – 1 ½ tbsp
1. Take 2 tbsp oil in a non stick pan and add bhindi to it. Add salt as per your taste and toss it well.
2. Cover the lid and let it cook on a low flame for about 7-8 minutes. Keep on stirring and flipping it in between.
3. Remove the lid, toss the bhindi and further cook for 2 minutes on a medium flame.
4. Take it out in a bowl and keep aside.
5. In the same pan, heat 1 tsp of oil, add red chillies, ajwain and jeera to it. Once these are done, add sliced onion and cook till it starts to turn light brown.
6. Transfer the onion mixture in the bowl with bhindi.
7. Again, in the same pan heat 2 tbsp oil, add bay leaf, ginger, green chilli, ginger garlic paste, heeng and chopped onion and cook until onion starts to turn golden brown, then add all the spices (red chilli, haldi powder, dhaniya powder, garam masala, amchoor powder, kitchen king masala) and mix well and cook for a minute.
8. Add tomatoes and salt (keeping in mind that bhindi is already sautéed in salt). Cook everything till tomatoes gets mashed and all the ingredients turn into a thick paste.
9. Add curd and honey to the pan and further cook it for a minute.
10. Now is the time to mix bhindi and onion mixture to the ready paste.
11. Mix everything well and cook for another 3-4 minutes.
12. Transfer it in a bowl. Bhindi do pyaza is ready to be served hot.