Bhendi Fry is deep-fried okra, which is slit and filled with a mixture of spices such as garam masala and other local ground spices. Not to be confused with batter-fried okra that requires deep frying, this dish is merely stir-fried or lightly sautéed. This masala bhindi is best-eaten side by side with soft phulkas or chapatis, or paratha or naan and cucumber raita or veg raita. Also, they go well with some dal-rice or some rice-curry combination as a side dish.
Mix veg curry in a typical Indian onion-tomato gravy is accomplished by cooking a mixture of vegetables together. Due to the addition of several vegetables, the dish is characterized by many flavors which also makes it very nutritious. Mixed veg is served in nearly every restaurant in India. Our version of this dish served here is slightly heavy and creamy. But with minimal spices it can be made a light, vibrant, and safe one.
Choosing the vegetables to be added provides great versatility. It may contain seasonal vegetables and popular vegetables such as capsicum, cabbage , cauliflower, french beans , peas, carrots , potatoes, tomatoes, onions etc.