Tuesday, September 27, 2016


Lets try a delicious and lovely looking crispy ladys finger recipe with step by step pics. Some crispy crunchy veggies along with steamed rice and hot south Indian sambar is quite enough for a scrumptious lunch meal. This kurkure recipe for bhindi / crispy okra recipe is an easiest Indian recipe that be used as a snack or as a side dish or a starter.  Actually this fried okra recipe is a snack like recipe which tastes great with rice and dal, rice and sambar, or even with paratha. Some love to have crispy okra / ladys finger recipe  but some want it to be soft and mushy. Any way this is my favorite okra recipe even though it is deep fried. So here is the recipe showing the best fried okra recipe /  easy fried okra / kurkure bhindi / vendakka fry.
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Ladys finger / okra / bhindi      -  300 g
Chili powder                             - half tsp or to taste
Turmeric powder                      - quarter tsp
Coriander powder                    - 1 flat tsp
Vinegar                                     - half tsp
Rice powder                              - 2 flat tsp
All purpose flour o gram flour - 2 tbsp
Oil                                             - 1 tsp + oil for frying


  • You can either cut bhindi / lady finger into length wise or make small round slices. Keep it in a bowl.
  •  To this, add chili powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, vinegar, rice powder, all purpose flour(maida) / gram flour and salt.
  • Then add oil and little water to make a fine texture. It will be slightly  sticky. 
  • Combine it well with hand gently.
  • Heat oil in a non stick pan and make flame to medium once hot.
  • Drop the marinated okra / ladys finger into this hot oil and deep fry in batches for 5 minutes over a medium heat.
  • If it become crispy and golden, transfer it to a paper towel to absorb the excess oil.
  • Serve along with steamed rice and sambar / Dal. Its yummy.

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