Bhindi sabzi is one of my favorite recipes. I love to enjoy it with whole wheat chapati with the combination of homemade curd. Adding some herbs and spices makes it perfect and delicious. You can also enjoy it with yellow moong dal on the side and chapati.
The recipe here is without onions, tomatoes, or garlic, making it simple and quick to cook. If you have a busy day and do not have enough time to cook, try this recipe. It will get ready within 15 minutes, and you will get free from the kitchen in less than half an hour.
In Ayurveda, bhindi (okra) comes under the category of cooling and moistening food. Here cooling does not relate to the physical temperature of the food; instead, it is related to the inherent properties of okra. Due to this, it is beneficial to eat during summers, especially for people dealing with issues like burning sensation or hyperacidity, observed mainly by Pitta people. On the other hand, it is also helpful to balance dryness, often seen in Vata people. Thus it is more beneficial for a Vata & Pitta person.
Each food has its specific property depending upon which it acts on our bodies differently. So, be wise with your food and always choose to eat what suits you better.
Everything in moderation is healthy for everyone. It is all about maintaining balance.
To make each recipe more suitable, we can make few changes according to our body type. Here are the simple changes you can make as per your body type:
Vata person – Add more ghee to your meal.
Pitta person – No changes required.
Kapha person – Consume in moderation.