Okra Tomato Chutney

Okra Tomato Chutney

Okra Tomato Chutney is commonly known as Andhra Bendakaya Pachadi.

This recipe for all those who are not really a fan of okra. Let us get started.


Andhra style Okra Tomato Chutney is a finger-licking side to any normal day meal. These types of chutneys are great and interestingly use less oil and a perfect recipe for those lazy afternoons where you need to cook just for two and don’t want to spend much time standing in the kitchen. It tastes awesome with white rice and ghee.

Do you know? consuming Okra increases your mind power, that is the reason Indian pregnant ladies are recommended to eat more okra curry during 9 months.

Learn how to prepare Okra curry in Pressure Cooker in just 3 whistleses.

Complete Recipe with step by step instructions

Okra Tomato Chutney
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  • Fresh tender Okra/Lady’s Finger – ¼ kg
  • Tomato chopped – 2 Big Size
  • Green Chilli splits - 5-6
  • Onions sliced -1 Big
  • Coriander Leaves – few springs
  • Mustard seeds – 1 tbsp
  • Cumin Seeds – 1 ½ tbsp.
  • Curry Leaves – 1 spring
  • Oil – 2 ½ tbsp.
  • Hinge – 2 pinches
  • Salt as per taste
  • Garlic cloves 2-3


  1. Take a pan, add oil and let it be for heating up. Now add cumin seeds, Mustard seeds, curry leaves, green chilli, garlic, hing and mix them all well.
  2. After that add okra pieces, onion and let it be on the stove at medium flame to fry till they lose the raw smell.
  3. Lastly add Tomatoes and cook till the mixture is tender enough.
  4. Switch off the flame and allow it to cool down.
  5. Let’s grind the chutney now along with some fresh coriander. Remember not to add water to it.
  6. Here you go! your Andhra style pachadi is ready.


Traditional method includes addition of a lemon sized water soaked tamarind ball while grinding the chutney, but I prefer without tamarind.



615 cal


48 g


48 g


17 g
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