Woke up early morning to see the match and I will not say I am crazy about cricket but whenever there’s match between this two countries, I don’t know how and from where I get the craziness and interest to watch every bit of it. Go India go…God bless India!
I hope India wins this match and of course the final too. This will most probably be Sachin Tendulkar’s last world cup and it would be great to have world cup champ on his cap. He is such a legendary cricketer and great Indian. I wonder whats is happening in India today, whenever there’s match like this whole India is glued to the TV screens. There is silence on streets and shouting in homes.
Here is the World Cup theme song for Team India…enjoy…Jai Hind…
Now coming back to today’s post…
Bhindi or Okra is a vegetable dish served with hot roti’s or paratha’s. I love okra like no other veggie. Whenever mom used to ask me what vegetable would you like to eat and my prompt reply used to be Bhindi..even though I would had that for my last meal. My friends used to say no need to ask her what she is going to have for lunch. So, by now you must have guessed how obsessed I am with this veggie. As soon as I make this simple yet deliciously good sabzi, I don’t feel like wasting a moment to dig in. May be because of that I haven’t posted a single recipe with this veggie yet. It will not be fair to okra if I do not post a single dish with this.
I like this veggie with very less masala, sometimes I just fry them with salt and red chilli powder and eat. Initially when I started cooking I always end up destroying the veggie during cooking process. Still it used to taste better to me compared to other dishes…:)
Also, this is one veggie which I never get bored eating.
- 1lb fresh okra
- 3 medium white onions, sliced
- 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1/2 teaspoon coriander powder
- 1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
- salt to taste
- Wash, cut head and tail end off of each okra. Chop okra into small round pieces.
- Heat oil in deep skillet, add cumin seeds and let it gets brown.
- Add onions and fry until it turns light brown or translucent.
- Add turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder and salt to taste. Mix well and cook for 2-3 minutes more.
- Now add okra and mix well with onion masala mixture. Cook for 7-8 minutes or until the veggie is tender and cooked.
- Serve hot with roti or parathas.