Crispy Bhindi With Roasted Peanuts
Combination of bhindi and peanut is amazing and full of nutrients as well when you bring them together. If you a fan of bhindi recipes, try making bhindi step by step as mentioned.
Okra is a nutritious veggie with many health benefits. It’s rich in magnesium, folate, fiber, antioxidants, and Vitamin C, K1, and A. Okra may benefit pregnant women, heart health, and blood sugar control. It may even have anticancer properties.
One cup of okra only contains 33 calories, yet it has 10% of your daily-recommended levels of Vitamin B6 and folic acid. It is also a good source of potassium and calcium and is high in antioxidants, fiber, and Vitamin C. It is popularly used in dishes across the world and holds the title of being a superfood.
Peanuts are an excellent source of plant-based protein. Protein is essential for building and repairing body cells. The amount of protein a person needs varies, depending on their age and activity level. Peanuts are rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids that lower heart disease risk. Studies have found eating peanuts five times a week decreased heart disease and reduced the risk of diabetes, gallbladder disease and colorectal cancer.
- Red chilli powder: ½ tsp
- Turmeric: ¼ tsp
- Amchur powder: ½ tsp
- Okra cut round: 1 cup
- Salt as per taste
- Roasted peanuts: 1 tbsp
- Canola oil for air frying as per taste
- For the tadka
- Mustard seeds: ¼ tsp
- Turmeric: ⅛ tsp
- Oil: 1 tsp
- Dry red chili: 1
- Cumin: ¼ tsp
- Curry leaves: 1 sprig
- Chana dal: ½ tsp
- Urad dal: ½ tsp
- Salt as per taste
Step 1 :
In a small bowl, combine the oil and bhindi/okra. Air fry the bhindi for 15–16 minutes at 200 C until the bhindi becomes nice and crispy.
Step 2 :
Heat oil in a pan add the mustard seeds, urad dal and cumin seeds and let them splutter. Now add the dry red chili and curry leaves and fry for a minute.
Step 3 :
Add the bhindi/okra and roasted peanuts to the tadka and sauté for 2-3 minutes. Serve hot!
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