Monday, April 4, 2011

HYDERABADI OKRA RECIPE | SIDE DISH FOR ROTI

Hydrebadi okra  
A different style of making okra| ladies finger which i learnt from a nita metha cook book and i am here to share this recipe with you . This goes very well with roti and of course with rice too.


Hyderabadi Okra

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 2-3

     Ladies finger | okra  250 gms
    Grated coconut   2 tbslp
    Cashew nuts  5
    Onion   1
    Tomato   2
    Red chili powder  3/4 tsp
    Coriander powder   1/4 tsp
    Turmeric powder   1/4 tsp
    Curd | yogurt  2 tbslp
    Oil   1 tblsp
    Salt  as needed
    Curry leaves  few  
    Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
    Cumin seeds    1/4 tsp 
     

HYDREBADI OKRA
Method:
  • Cut the edges of the ladies finger and chop it lengthwise.
  • Add 1/2 tblsp of oil in a kadai and fry it in a low flame(stirring in between) for 10 mins.
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  • Grind the coconut and cashew into a smooth paste .
  • Add little water(1-2 tsp) while grinding.
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  • When the okras are done,keep it aside.
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  • Chop the onions and tomatoes finely.
  • Add oil in the kadai and throw in the mustard seeds,cumin seeds and curry leaves.
  • Add the onions too.
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  • When the onions turn pink, add the tomatoes and add the redchilli powder, salt,coriander powder,turmeric powder and saute well.
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  • Saute in a low flame till the tomato becomes mushy.
  • Add the curd at this stage and nicely mix it to the onion tomato mixture.
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  • Now add the ground coconut cashew mixture .
  • Add the cooked okras and mix gently.
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  • Transfer to a serving bowl and serve hot with rotis/ rice.
  • We enjoyed with rice and Garlic rasam.
okra curry
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48 comments:

  1. Yummy curry, luv anything with okras...this version of urs sounds like a nice twist :)

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  2. My mom makes it like this and I love this curry...

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  3. Yum looks so gud ...will try this ...thanks for sharing :D

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  4. wow...
    looks rich and delicious dear :)

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  5. This Okra curry looks inviting. it should have tasted great with coconut in it.

    Nice Kutty kadai & Great PICS!

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  6. Nice recipe using okra, sounds very nice with all the ingredients :) Pics are very nice and comforting!

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  7. okra looks yumm..will try this version sometime..bookmarked..

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  8. Looks yummy and rich, love the addition of cashew in them...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  9. mouthwatering Curry!!!!!

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  10. I love this okra. Nice combo with rotis. Yours look perfect

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  11. Yum curry..I can have okras in any form and this recipe sounds too good.

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  12. that's a really nice recipe...thanks for sharing

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  13. Very nice recipe jeyashri...Thanks for sharing.love the clicks.

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  14. mouthwatering recipe looking tempting
    1st time here wonderful space do visit my site

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  15. Delicious & perfectly cooked...the true royal hyderabadi way :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  16. yummy n interesting...healthy too!!nice click!

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  17. Lovely recipe Jaishree, must have been delicious with rice ...Happy Ugadi to you and ur family!

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  18. Very rich looking delicious okra curry...Truly inviting..

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  19. A different combination for okra.Looks rich.

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  20. Very nice combination of okra dear. Wonderful preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. That cashew-coconut combination must really elevate this dish... yummy.

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  22. yummy and delicious curry. thanks for sharing.

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  23. Yumy recipe...okra looks delicious...

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  24. I love okra in any form and this sounds delicious- great combo of ingredients!
    US Masala

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  25. Thats absolute yumm hv never heard of it.. perfect sure tyr!!!

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  26. Okra looks so yummy and very rich with cashews and coconut!

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  27. Hmm..new receipe for me...looks different gonna try this for sure..thanks.

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  28. Lovely recipe ..loving your version..and those utensils there too :-)

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  29. Superb curry !! Delicious and inviting okra !!

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  30. Sounds to be a rich okra curry... YUM!

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  31. Okra is delicious and is very rich due to coconut and cashews. Love it. Yummy.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  32. Hey, never tried this! ur clicks are tempting me too. bookmarked!!!!

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  33. Wow, luks so delicious and inviting...love the clicks as well

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  34. Jeyashri the recipe sounds so interesing.. and loved it totally.. yumm.. great sidedish.

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  35. Wow okra curry looks delicious and tasty.

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  36. Sounds like a North Indian speciality. Surely would be a great side dish for roti. Nicely presented !!

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  37. My husband likes anything with okra. I loved your version.

    Sneha

    http://inspirationalartofcooking.blogspot.com/

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  38. wowww.. Jeyashri, this looks too delicious.. i missed this in the morning, otherwise i would have made this instead of the normal okra sabji for lunch...

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  39. lov d version...bookmarked dear..
    Tasty Appetite

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  40. you know i just don't like okra .. yet i make them at times.. we all need variety. But these days I am seeing such amazing recipes of Okra that I have started to wonder :D ..
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  41. Lovely okra recipe. Looks so delicious.

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  42. This sounds so delicious!

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  43. Nice okra fry! Shall try it soon.

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  44. Thanks for Sharing Jeyashri. Will try this soon.

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  45. Hi Jayashri, how much curd should be added?

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  46. Just started making it and realised you haven't mentioned how much curd to be used :(

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