The Traditional Bhindi Kadhi is a yogurt based tangy and spicy curry dish. It is a popular dish in North India and is mostly served with steamed rice or jeera (cumin seeds) rice.
Kadhi consists of a thick gravy based on chickpea flour, and contains vegetable fritters called pakoras, to which Dahi (yogurt) is added to give it little sour taste.
And in Bhindi Kadhi dish, vegetable fritters are replaced by bhindi/okra. It's a main course dish. First okra is sautéd till it gets cooked and then simmered in spicy, sour kadhi (a chickpea flour (gram flour/besan) and yogurt gravy).
I learned this dish from my husband. One day we had okra but we wanted to try something different not just dry okra or okra masala, so he made this dish, I liked it so much and now we have one more okra dish in our vegetarian dishes list.
It's easy to cook and yummy in taste.