Monday, July 2, 2012

Tindora Stir fry


Tindora(Ivy gourd)-25 no approx
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Chili powder-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Mustard seeds-1/2 tsp
Coconut Oil-2 tsp
Curry leves-3 to 4 leaves.

Method Of Preparation:
1. Wash tindora and trim the ends. Cut lengthwise into halves and then each half into 3 pieces lengthwise.
2. Heat oil in a wok and sputter the mustard seeds, add turmeric and chili powders and mix, add the tindora along with curry leaves and salt and cook on low closed with a lid.
3. Once tender cook on high for 2 to 3 mins with lid open so that the water in it evaporates.
4. Serve as a side with rice.

28 comments:

  1. loved this simple crisp and quick stir fry..tindora is my favourite:)

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  2. would love to try it with sambar rice..

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  3. Yummy curry, very comfort too...

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  4. Love this simple stir fry..looks yummm

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  5. Simple yet a delicious stir fry.

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  6. Love tinder fries. I make them a lot ever since someone told me its really good for health.

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  7. looks super yummy..this post reminded me that i have a bag of frozen tindora in my freezer which has been there for sometime :)

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  8. Delicious looking stir fry.

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  9. very yummy stir fry...looks very inviting...lovely clicks!!
    Spicy Treats

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  10. Simple and healthy Stir fry!

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  11. Looks so simple and yummy..First time here,loved your blog happy to follow..

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  12. Wonderful and tempting recipe!!

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  13. This is a very green and tasty stir fry!

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  14. This stir fry looks very temtping.

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  15. Anytime comfort stir fry..looks yum

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  16. so well made. my son loves this with his daily dose of rice. send me the bowl plz.

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  17. Simple and delicious stir fry..

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  18. This is one of our fav lunch side dishes! Simple, yet so healthy and yum!

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