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Ivy Gourd ~ Tindora Masala

Ivy Gourd ~ Tindora Masala



Today is Ivy Gourd/
Coccinia grandis/Tindora/Kundru recipe a vegetable which I made for the 1st time.  I rarely eaten kundru and when DH bought this and I was like what I suppose to do with this, he said just make as you make other vegetables and gave me rough idea of recipe so here I tried it and I’m so glad that I did ...this one going to be regular one for sure now and blogging this recipe for my own reference :-)



Ingredients
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Kundru/Tindora- 400gms

Onion - 1 large
Tomato - 1 larege
Ginger-garlic paste - 1/2 tbsp
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Fennel Seeds - 1/2tsp
Red chili powder - 2 tsp
Coriander Powder - 2tsp
Turmeric - 3/4 tsp
Garam Masala Powder - 1 tsp
Asafoetida/Hing - a pinch
Salt - to taste

Oil - 2 tbsp




Method:

1. Peel, wash and chop onion and tomato, keep aside.
2. Wash and slice tindora.


3. In a pan heat oil add asafoetida , cumin and fennel seeds and allow to crack.

4. Add chopped onion n saute for a min in medium heat.

5. Add ginger-garlic paste and saute for 2 mins in medium to slow heat.

7. Now add the sliced tindora and saute for 5mins in medium to slow heat , stir in intervals

8. Add all the spcie powder and saute for 5mins in slow heat stiring in intervals

9. Add tomato,salt mix everything well and cook until tomato gets mash for about 3-4 mins in medium heat.

10. Add garam masala, mix everything well and cook for 2mins or until the tindora gets cooked.  Add little water if required to cook tindora. 

Enjoy the delicious simple tindora masala with roti or rice.
   We had with roti along with radish, carrot and lettuce salad.




Enjoy your day ...



56 comments:

  1. Being a 1st time user of this wonderful ingredient gerkins, u have done a great job. I love gerkins but, I dont get them here always :( Looks yumm!

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  2. I prepare in a different way and zour preparation looks lovely too :)

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  3. That looks spicy and crunchy :) we (me and dh ) love tindora and make such stir fries :)

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  4. Priti,

    Tindora masalalooks really yumm.

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  5. Tindora masala really made my tongue droll...I luv the way u have cut tindora as shreds..I never tried making at home..will do now... :)

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  6. That is really yummy and love your platter too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  7. hi priti,
    tindora masala looks delicious ....very nice combo of spices ..i can feel the aroma from here ..looks wonderful

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  8. Delicious tindora masala, trust me or not i have prepared tindora at home, i think i have to get them while going next time to Indian grocery..

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  9. Me and my DH love tindora, yummmm post :))

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  10. really deliicous tindora masala. i used to prepare the stir fry .. this masala looks so delicious..

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  11. Sounds soooooooooooooooo yummy !!! I love tindora.

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  12. Tindora Masala looks spicy and yum..love it.

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  13. Tindora masala looks spicy and delicious..love it

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  14. Tindora masala looks spicy and delicious..love it

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  15. Tindora masala looks delicious.

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  16. Iam a gr8 fan of tindora,loved ur version...luks fantastic.

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  17. Iam a gr8 fan of tindora,loved ur version...luks fantastic.

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  18. this way of making tindora is new to me and sounds nice. will taste yum with rotis

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  19. Sounds really good,love the ingredients u have used,will try sometime for roti!

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  20. We usually have this in India. I have never cooked here in SG. I love the crunchiness of this veggie. U are tempting me in making it. will sure give a try. looks very good.

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  21. @All ...Thank U ladies :)

    @life is beautiful ~ I would love to know your version too


    @Priya Dharshini, Priya, Raks, Suhaina...let me know sweeties if you try ;)

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  22. inch pinch .. even i try to avoid this vegetable ! but liked your version .. will give it a try !

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  23. looks yummy never tried with tomato will try soon

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  24. Will surely try this sometime.

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  25. I love ivy gourd and yours look spicy and delicious..such a beautiful click..

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  26. Hi I love this vegetable and btw, their bhajiyas are also good.

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  27. i have heard the name of "kindru" after ages, looks like a nice recipe

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  28. First time at your place, loved your recipes. I like Tindora...I wil surely try this.

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  29. Thanks gals for all your lovely words:)

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  30. tendali is one of my fav veggie..love it with hot roti's..that looks delicious...

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  31. Looks yummy and I love tindora....such a versatile veggie...i love it best in masale bath!!!

    Shobha

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  32. Tindora masala looks delicious, will try this soon dear:)

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  33. i love kundru/tindoora..thanks for sharing your version. will try sometime

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  34. delicious looking subzi Priti , I would love it to have it with roti.
    hugs and smiles

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  35. Bookmarked!Thanks for the Lovely recipe!!!

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  36. Wonderful meal in that platter..roti, some salad with dhal or dry curry..Omg I love it.

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  37. Healthy vegetable recipe. Looks so good... YUM!

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  38. liked the spicy version of tindora

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  39. looks soo yummy with rotis..pics make me hungry..I love tindora sabji

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  40. pics r making me hungry dear.....lovely n crispy tindora..i simply love these cute besuties...yum...drooooling dear

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  41. I love tindora Priti .. this one just looks awesome

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  42. looks good Priti..spicy and tasty yumm..your version looks delicious

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  43. Delicious tindoora..looks so tempting..

    www.nithubala.com

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