Chatpati Aloo Bhindi Sabji is an Indian veg cuisine, usually served in afternoon meals. Aloo Bhindi Sabji has a different taste than the regular gravy made using onions and tomatoes.
If you or your hubby are tired of the regular gravy then, It can be a taste changer. Using Besan makes it a bit crispy and gives a lovable gooey taste.
I have too much of my memories attached to this recipe. My Mom makes the best Aloo Bhindi in the world. This prejudice is with every child. His/Her mom is the best in the world.
I used to work in Dubai and come once a year for a vacation to India. The first thing I would tell my mom to make this sabji. I used to make it in Dubai too but never was able to match the taste.
It gets just sweeter and tastier with mom’s love. Try this at home and do let us know about your feelings.
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Ingredients of Aloo Bhindi Sabji
Lady Fingers 250 gms
Potato 1 pcs, Medium, Chopped
Onions 1 pcs, Small, Sliced
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 Tablespoon
Green Chilies 2 pcs, finely chopped
Coriander Powder 1 Tablespoon
Jeera Powder 1/2 Tablespoon
Besan 2 Tablespoon
Salt To Taste
Edible oil 2 Tablespoon
Steps for Aloo Bhindi Sabji
Wash Bhindi Properly and cut it. Take a small pan and heat oil in it. Fry the Bhindi until it becomes semi-crispy. Be careful it should be not more fried. Take the fried Bhindi out and keep it aside.
Add some oil to the pan and put the chopped potatoes into the oil. Fry it for about 2-3 minutes and add the sliced onions to it. Mix it well and cook for another 2-3 minutes until the onions become tender and waterish in color.
Now add Basen and mix well. Cook for 2-3 minutes and add Ginger Garlic Paste, jeera powder, coriander powder, salt and mix it well.
Add little water to the mixture and put the fried bhindi in the mixture. Cook for 5 minutes till the water dries up.
Remove from the stove and garnish it with fresh coriander leaves. Your Chatpati Aloo Bhindi Sabji is ready.
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