Tuesday, March 2, 2010


I have heard about the Rajasthan bhindi but never got chance to eat it. Last month we went to a Rajasthan restaurant, in Bur Dubai, called as Rajadhani.I would really recommend my all blogger friends and my blog readers that if they get a chance, to visit Dubai, then please make sure that you visit this place. Believe me you will have awesome and very delicious Rajasthan food.

One more thing, I should tell about the restaurant, that you will have feeling of having food, like having at home. The way, they treat you in restaurant, you will never feel, that you have come to a hotel.

In the restaurant, I had Rajasthani Lady Finger (Okra) curry and immediately, I have decided that I will surely make this at home. Then, I asked manager about the recipe of curry, you will not believe that he was so generous that, without hesitation, he took me to chef and told him about what I have requested for. Without any further questions, the chef gave me the recipe and tips about it.

I made this at home recently and I was so happy that it came out perfect. I am sending this to Bhagyashri and Sunita So here is recipe for it:-


Preparation time: 45 minutes (Approximately)

Cooking time: 25 minutes (Approximately)

Serving-4 persons


Lady Finger (Okra)-500 grams.

Oil-2 tabs

Onion seeds (Kalonji)-1 tsp

Salt-to taste

Turmeric powder-1 tsp


Bengal Gram Flour (Besan)-4-5 tabs

Coriander Powder-2 tabs

Salt-to taste

Chilli Powder-2 tsp (or as required)

Gram Masala powder-1 tsp

Cumin powder-1 tsp

Onion seeds (Kalonji)-2 tsp

Fennel seeds-2 tsp (I did not use because no one like fennel seeds at my home)

Dry Mango Powder-1 tsp

Oil-3-4 tabs


• Wash okra and wipe with a clean cloth or kitchen towel.

• Now cut okra very carefully. Cut off the top and end of okra.

• Now make a long slit in the middle of okra without separating it from head to tail.

• Now mix the all ingredients for filling in one bowl.

• Fill this masala inside the okras.

• Now heat oil in a pan.

• Put kalonji in this along with filled okra.

• Add turmeric powder and salt to taste.

• Cook till okras are cooked.

• Serve with rice or roti.


• If you don’t have dry mango powder then you can add chat masala in this.

• Try to use fresh and small okras for this dish.

• Head and tail for okra can be used for making dosa batter.


Sarah Naveen said...

Wow!! looks so yummy!!

Hayley said...

Lovely and tasty Okra bhaji...

uma said...

looks delicious:) Okra is my fav..

Simplyfood said...

Lovely recipe ,looks delicious.

Swathi said...


Nice bhindi recipe. I have a version in my blog

Priya Suresh said...

Fantastic bhindi,love stuffed bhindis much, will try out once i bought fresh bhindis next time..

Unknown said...

Love Okra prepared in any ways...

Nithu Bala said...

Hey Subha, this looks really tasty..you can send this to one on-going event for amchoor..see this link Dear..

Gomathy S said...

Nice recipe and good clicks.!

Padma said...

Love stuffed bhindi... looks delicious... you have a nice space here. Thanks for visiting mine and leaving your comments.

Sushma Mallya said...

i love rajasthani food and this is surely a delicious one among them..looks very nice,thanks for the recipe..

Ms.Chitchat said...

That sure looks yummy. Never tasted this before. You have interesting and easy recipes. Following u :):)


Meena said...

Lovely bhindi recipe...bhindi is probably the biggest favorite in terms of veggies for me...good recipe you have here.

Rachana said...

I am a big okra fan and love them in any way:)

Urmi said...

Wish you and your family a very Happy Holi.
Bhindi looks delicious and yummy.

Sarah Naveen said...

Nice recipe..bhindi looks so yummy

Sunitha said...

Terrific.. my husband loves bhindi done like this

Unknown said...

looks so delicious yummy...

Namitha said...

Love this...got to make this soon..thanks for reminding, Subhashini :-)

Jyoti V said...

Looks delicious and spicy...

PranisKitchen said...

bhindi looks delicious..one of my favorite dish..
first time here u have a wonderful recipes...

Unknown said...

Thanks for providing recipe. Its amazing. Rajhasthani recipes are also there in indianrecipes.co.in