Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Vendakka (Bhindi) Soup


Ingredients:
  • Vendakka (bhindi)10
  • Water 4 to 5 cups
  • Pepper pdr 1 Tbsp
  • Butter or ghee 2 Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr a pinch
  • Shallots 5
  • Salt
Clean and cut the bhindi into medium pieces and cook it well adding little water, just enough to keep the bhindi submerged. Allow it to cool and seive the extract. Add double quantity of water or more into the extract untill it reaches a watery consistency and keep it aside. Heat ghee or butter in a kadai and saute sliced shallots till it turns light brown. Then add turmeric pdr and pepper pdr into this and mix well. Pour the extract
(along with water) into this and boil it well. Finally add required amount of salt and combine well. Remove it from fire. Serve it hot.


[ Recipe Courtesy: My Grandmother ]

Sending this to Kerala Kitchen, hosting by Khusi of A Girl's Diary.

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38 comments:

  1. Very new to me.Seems Yumm and Super Good.Luv it.

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  2. unique soup..perfect for chilly days.

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  3. Unimaginably new :) Should be worth a try. Bookmarking :)

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  4. Nice idea Tina. Never heard of this soup before. Should try it.

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  5. Very interesting and great idea !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  6. Wow interesting soup..perfect for this chill weather

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  7. never heared of bhindi soup...but looks really delicious...

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  8. wow this is so interesting!this recipe!tasty and healthy!

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  9. never heard of this before..very innovative recipe dear. very healthy too.

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  10. Looks different recipe and delicious too ...

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  11. Soup out of bhindi is something very new...very interesting...

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  12. Thatz sounds interesting!! great idea i must say:-) Okra soup!! wud love to try it!

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  13. Wow Tina I dont know we make soup from Bhindi.Very Innovative recipe.Happy Diwali.

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  14. looks so delicious and tempting...lovely clicks dear ...

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  15. Very new...interesting..definitely should gve a try...

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  16. ithu adipoli recipe anallo Tina..onnu try cheyyanam..ah pinne I can see some shadows from direct sunlight..Can i say a suggestion ?

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  17. That's a unique recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Bhindi soup!!! Now that's what I call Innovative. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  19. very new to me and innovative too...soup looks yum and would like to try...thanx for sharing !!

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  20. Very brilliant and very innovative Soup..

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  21. Very unique tina. but I love this innovative idea.

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  22. Very interesting ~ never had it before!
    USMasala

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  23. Bhindi Soup sounds interesting, never heard of. Looks yum and ver unique.
    Thanks for visiting my space Tina, you have a wonderful page too. Following yaa, keep in touch :)

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  24. Very new and looks so very tasty.

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  25. totally new for me...should definitely give a try

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  26. I could have never imagines vebdakkai soup! This one looks very appetizing!

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  27. Looks so tempting and delicious.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  28. unique ...want to taste now..:)
    nice presentation dear..
    Tasty Appetite

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  29. unique recipe: wonder how the bhindi does not become sticky

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  30. oh wow! this is something I have NEVER heard of! Really different! Do try & repost between nov 1st - 30th & link it to my event, if possible.
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment
    Ongoing event: Healthy Lunch Challenge

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  31. So hard to find bhindi in my parts!I would love to make this especially for my dad who is Indian!
    I have made a note of your great recipe!

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  32. Tina,I could have never ever imagined there was something like okra soup,but you just proved me wrong and honestly it sounds and looks tasty :)!!!

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  33. Okra soup is Very strange for me!!! Anyway, I will definitely try it……..and I will let u know the result!!!

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  34. Tried this Tina.. it turned out yummy.. my 19 month old loved it :) who knew okra soup will b this good.. Thanks

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