Chilli Garlic Lady Finger / Okra / Bhendi - Baked


 I read this recipe in my oven users manual and just though I should try it so I made it.  It's very easy and quick to make.  These lady fingers are grilled and hence require very little oil.  I had this for my dinner.  Its real diet and healthy food.

Ingredients
14 Lady fingers 
6 Flakes Garlic- chopped finely
1 Green Chilli - chopped finely
1 Teaspoon Lime juice
Salt to taste
1 Teaspoon Oil  - I used Olive oil

Method

Wash, wipe and cut the top and end to the lady finger and then slit it the centre.  Mix the garli, green chilli, lime juice and salt together well.  The spoon little of this into the lady fingers.  Arrange the lady fingers in a baking dish and just drizzle the oil.



Grill these in a preheat oven at 180 degress for 10 - 12 minutes.  Turn them  after 7 minutes and again bake  till done say another 5 to 7 minutes.  For the last 2 minutes turn on the boiler and grill till light brown. 



Serve with dal, steamed rice or parathas. I had with curds for dinner and enjoyed them.  



Labels :  Vegetables, Healthy, Blogging Marathon, Bhendi



sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

15 comments:

  1. that screams healthy... such a delicious bake..

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  2. I have not tasted a greeen chili stuffed okra and bakes version is indeed a healthier version. Looks good.

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  3. Thats a fabulous way to have okras, baked version sounds absolutely very interesting Sneha.

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  4. That is one guilt-free, yummy subzi.

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  5. beautiful recipe for someone in jiffy

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  6. Sounds interesting..guilt free way of eating these veggies..

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  7. wow lot of okra baking. a perfect veggie to bake. love the addition of garlic

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  8. Not a fan of okra but it but be crispy. Treat for those who like okra.

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  9. What an easy recipe -- okra lovers will love this :-)

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  10. This looks so delicious. I love okras and this recipe sounds so easy...

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  11. We get lot of fried okras here in South! The baked ones are so interesting.

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