This skillet (tawa) fried side dish is made with okra, lemon juice and other Indian spices. This goes well with hot rice along with sambar. Also try these similar recipes Senai (Yam) Tawa Fry and Pavakkai Tawa fry.
Senai (Yam) Tawa FryDifficulty: Easy
This side dish is made with Senai (Yam) by frying in a skillet and can be served as a side for rice.
Pavakkai (Bitter gourd) Tawa FryDifficulty: Easy
This side dish made by frying bitter gourd (Pavakkai) along with some Indian spices.
We love okra. But everytime i to avoid the sliminess, i cook more and the okra ends up all mashed. Is there any way to avoid the slime from the okra (other than deep frying)?
To reduce (totally you cannot avoid) the sliminess, cut the okra into more than one inch length. Do not slice it too thin. Before cutting wash and wipe it well. First in little oil stir fry the okra pieces adding a teaspoon of curd or little lemon juice. Use big size tawa so that you can spread it in a single layer.
Microwave the okra pieces for 1minute and the cook it.
hi kamala i have made ref poha snack n it came out v nice, but i used white poha in that i have never ever heard of red poha i will try in the market n can u te me wat is par boiled rrice plz
Par Boiled Rice “Puzhungal Arisi”. It is also sold as “Idli Rice”.
hi.mam,imfollowin ur recipes nd geyting gd result,people say if we heat after adding lemon juice recip may become bitter.i it true
When you marinate with lemon juice it will not give bitter taste. However, if you add to the boiling kuzhambu/gravy/rasam it will give bitter taste.