Bhindi-Dyo-Pyza (Dry Version)

Now I'm here with my favorite dish Bhindi-Dyo-Pyaza,during his college days he used to eat in a Andhra mess which serves this kind of easy and tasty dishes and even this is served in our hostel too.I made it last week,he liked it very much.Its easy to make but the only thing is the recipe calls for Deep Fry,we can even make it without deep frying but that would not taste this yummy.
I guess having deep fries once in a while is not a matter.


Ingredients:
Cut Okra:3 cups(cut the okra with a angle to form slices)
Onion:1 medium(thinly sliced)
Jeera:1 spn
Curry Leaves:8-10
Groundnuts:2 spns
Salt:To Taste
Red Chilli Powder:To Taste
Oil:For deep frying Okra
Dry Coconut Powder:2 spns
Dry Red Chillies:2 no

Procedure:
1.Heat Oil in a pan,let it heat to fry okra in it.
2.When the oil is ready,drop the cut okra in the hot oil and fry till they turn little crispy.Now remove from oil and put them a paper towel and let the excess oil is absorbed.In the same hot oil fry the groundnuts also,remove from oil and put aside.
3.Add a spoon of oil to a pan,then add jeera and let them splatter,add the sliced onions,fry till they turn golden color.Put the curry leaves ,red chillies and fry.
4.Now add the fried okra and groundnuts.Toss them well,add salt and chilli powder to taste.
5.Finally sprinkle dry coconut powder and mix evenly.

For extra flavor sprinkle a pinch of garam masala powder/chat masala at the time of serving.Serve it hot rice.
This same recipe can be used for Tindora and Brinjal also.

8 comments:

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

The okra looks very tasty dear..i have some at home will try out and let u know Kavya:)

Parita said...

Bhindi do pyaza looks delicious!

Nostalgia said...

Yum.. that looks positively exquisite.. my husband is a huge fan of okra so will make him some of this

Tina said...

Looks delicious...

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Nice sabji, with peanuts and coconut it sounds really tempting!!!

AdukalaVishesham said...

looks very delicious..some dishes needs deep fry to be perfect and once in awhile its okay too :)

Jagruti said...

Bhindi bhaji looks delicious and inviting...always looking for new method for this dish...i'll try your version too...

cheers and visit me if you can

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Sabita Sagi said...

just tried this out kavya...it turned out yummy...gr8 side dish with sambar...my daughter loved it :)