Stuffed Tinda Recipe: How To Make Bharwa Tinde


Often children are reluctant to eat green vegetables. Especially on hearing the name of Tinde, children’s mouth becomes full. But today we are going to tell you such a delicious recipe of tinde, which after eating it once, your children will also start eating tinde vegetable with fervor. Let’s know the easy recipe of making Bharwa Tinde.

Preparation For Bharwa Tinde

Tinda – 500 grams 

Garlic 100 grams

Onion – 200 g, 

Cumin – 1 tsp

Turmeric Powder – 1/2 tsp

Amchur powder – 1/2 tsp

Garam Masala – 1/2 tsp

Coriander seeds – 5 tsp 

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Red chili powder – 1/2 tsp

Fennel – 1 tsp

 Kalonji – 1 tsp

 Oil – 2 tbsp 

chopped coriander

How To Make Bharwa Tinde

To make Stuffed Tinde, first roast all the standing dry spices and grind them well in a mixer.

Now wash the beans thoroughly and peel them.

After this, with the help of a knife, make two cuts on the top of the tinda and remove the middle of it.

Note that the cut should be made on the tinde in such a way that its bottom part remains connected.

After this, grind the garlic and onion coarsely in a mixer or on the cob

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Now put some oil in the pan and fry the garlic-onion paste well.

Add ground dry spices and amchur powder to it and mix well.

Now stuff the dry spices well in between the sticks. Stuff all the tinda well with spices.

Now heat oil in a pan and put all the spices filled tinde one by one in the pan.

Cover the tinda and let it cook for 5 minutes on low flame.

After this, open the lid and see that all the tindas are cooked properly.

Flip the tins and cook for another 2 to 3 minutes.

Now take out the stuffed tinda in a vessel and serve garnished with chopped coriander leaves.

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Enjoy the stuffed tindos with parathas or chapatis.