Recipe by vburrito
"Indian dry curry recipe from my mom. Tastes great with parattas or rice!"
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okra, ends trimmed, cut into 1/4-inch rounds
whole cumin seeds
This turned out really delicious! I used regular flour instead of chickpea flour... I'm sure it's better with chickpea flour but I still really liked it.
need to make it MUCH spicier. we ended up adding hot sauce and soy sauce on when it was finished. i think i like it simply because it is okra and i love okra.
You can add chili powder to make it spicier, and more chickpea flour to make it crispier. To avoid the stickiness, just be careful with how much you stir the okra (pre-cooking it in the microwave helps with this)
This is a great curry recipe. The flavors are mild yet aromatic. The okra comes out crispy and full of flavor. There is a slight (very slight) kick at the end that I'm sure could be dialed up (doesn't need to be dialed back) and tastes great. This is so much easier to cook than many Indian recipes I find in recipe books. Nice job and keep submitting more great Indian recipes!
A good side dish.It tastes better with chilli powder and dry mango powder.very often made in indian kitchens. chhaya
Delicious! A great balance of flavors, it is spicy but not too hot.
Used cumin powder & wheat germ (instead of chickpea flour) - what I had on hand. Best part - super fast & healthy.
So yummy with rice. I subbed with ground cumin, and chili powder. Thank you for sharing this recipe. Wonderful with okra fresh from the garden.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 33
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