Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Simple Indian Meal :-)

i know i have been away from blogosphere since past once month ,there were so many things which kept me busy ,but today i stole some minutes to write this post,
last month was preety hectic ,after reviving from viral fever  it was time to pack bags for the Hongkong


and Macau trip,

it was surprise for Advay as i had not told him anything about Disneyland .
Once we were back house chores and Advay kept me busy as his summer break was on,then planned some play dates for him,worked with him on summer break project which is scrap book on family members

thus you guys can imagine how busy i have  been and in midst of all this i felt homesick too as  i missed the  wedding ceremony which was held in June when i was travelling to Hongkong.
Now since Advay's summer break is over ,life is  back to normal ,but then i gonna miss all this ,
coming back to today's post sharing with you all this simple Indian Thali .This simple thali has

Chapati
Curd
Lauki sabzi
Onyo Cholar dal from Bong mom's Cookbook 
and bhindi bhujia
Bhindi bhujia is something which is regualarly prepared at our home,and this one is my favourite ,i prefer this with simple tadka dal and plain rice.Thus one is special recipe for me as i learnt this way back in 2006 when i  hardly knew anything about cooking,thought by my mother patiently on skype ,coming back to the recipe.
Recipe name Bhindi bhujia/bhindi fry 
Recipe source my mother
Preparation time 10 mins 
Cooking time 20 mins
Okra/Bhindi 200gm washed and sliced
onion chopped
fenugreek seeds one tsp
asafoetida a pinch
dried red chili crushed two
turmeric powder half tsp
amchur powder half tsp
salt as per taste
oil two tbsp
Procedure 
heat oil in non stick wok,once hot lower the flame
add asafoetida , fenugreek seeds and dried red chili
let it splutter and add chopped onion
keep frying till the onion turns brown
once the onions are half done
add salt and turmeric poweder followed by chopped okra
fry for five minutes and cover and cook on low flame
check after five mins and mix everything together
once done sprinkle amchur powder and serve warm.


That's all friends,
Linking this post to
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take care and happy blogging,..
see ya all soon,..
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3 comments:

Priya said...

Seems you guys had a fabulous time, simple but yet a super comforting meal.

Patricia Torres said...

Oh so lovely.. HOng Kong is always amazing.. specially Disney.. Kids love it.. as for me.. i think i love it.. and enjoy it more..

Yes.. when kids are at home.. things are always busy...

Nice to see a lengthy post.. :)

sowmya's creative saga said...

good that advay enjoyed his trip..especially the disney land..
thali looks yumm..laksh loves bhindi..will try it this way soon..