Stuffed Bhindi


Ingredients

1/4 kg ladiesfinger of small size
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
4 tbsp fresh grated coconut
Finely chopped coriander leaves
1 tsp coriander-cumin seeds powder
2 tbsp oil

Mix all the ingredients except ladiesfinger. Make a cut in one side of the ladiesfinger and stuff this filling inside well.

Heat oil and add these ladiesfinger to it. Cook till tender. Add a few drops of water to reduce oil quantity for cooking.

Serve with rice/rotis.

This goes to Sia's WBB:Summer Feast as a side dish for brunch.


And also to Eating with Seasons: August hosted by Maninas

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14 comments:

Illatharasi said...

New recipe for me:) gud one!
Wonderful presentation... i love your plates ;)

notyet100 said...

recipe is new one for me..cause of addition of coconuts...nice variation of stuffed bhindi

notyet100 said...

nd ya jus noticed plates match with bhindis,..:-)

Ramya Bala said...

A new recipe dear...The stuffing makes me drooling while reading itself

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

thatz a yummy new recipe .. got to try it .. just love bhindi

Suma Rajesh said...

i too make this as a snack ....and wht a quick comments on my blog?..thanks a lot...

Cham said...

Such a nice recipe :) Love the presentation as well!

Eco_smith said...

i love bindi!!! yum yum!!

Madhavi said...

Nice recipe, bhindi lookd gooood!!!

Nags said...

This is a new one. i have a packet of bhindi in my fridge and i am trying to figure out how i shud make it so that my husband eats it :)

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Anisheetu said...

Hey I liked the presentation of this stuffed bhindi... and thanks for the magic lamp...

skribles said...

this stuffing for bhindi is new to me! love bhindi, so bookmarked to try out ....
Hey EC, I have tagged you at http://foodwithapinchoflove.wordpress.com/2008/07/24/tagged/

Poonam said...

Stuffed bhindi is my all-time favourite, but never added coconut, next time i would try adding coconut, thanks for this wonderfull variation

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