Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Spicy Achaari Bhindi At Home

Bhindi is super versatile in nature and can be turned into delectable delights. You can prepare a number of dry curries using okra, so why not make a peppy one?

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: October 25, 2019 14:35 IST

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Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Spicy Achaari Bhindi At Home

Bhindi is also very beneficial for diabetics as it has a low Glycemic Index.

Desi vegetables like bhindi, lauki and tinda have a mixed fan-base. Some latch on to it in no time, while some would simply push it to the corner of the plate. Bhindi or okra is replete with vitamins, antioxidants and fibre. It is also very beneficial for diabetics as it has a low Glycemic Index. Bhindi is super versatile in nature and can be turned into delectable delights. You can prepare a number of dry curries using okra, so why not make a peppy one? Bhindi, if prepared well, could impress even the fussy eaters and we have a recipe that is sure to fit the bill.

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NDTV Food's achaari bhindi recipe is ideal for a wholesome vegetarian spread. Pair it with piping hot roti, naan or rice and savour to your heart's content. Bursting with a mouth-watering pungent flavour, this vegetarian recipe is sure to strike a chord with both kids and adults, alike. Crispy and delightful, achaari bhindi is super easy and quick to prepare too, which means you can easily pack it for tiffin, pot lucks and picnics. If you are hosting a gathering or Diwali party at home, this could be an ideal addition to your show.

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Here's the recipe video of achaari bhindi from NDTV Food's YouTube channel. The step-by-step recipe will help you make the treat in the comforts of your home without any fuss. If you have more fun and quirky Indian recipes to share, write to us in the comments section below.

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