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Cooking Bindi Masala in Bangalore

Greetings to all! As we settle into our apartment in Bangalore I decided to try Indian cooking for the first time. As much as I love India I have never attempted to play with the myriad flavors and spices of the cuisine. But it’s a lot easier to cook Indian food in India with the presence of so many fresh, local ingredients. For this round I made bindi masala, which is chopped okra, onions, tomatoes, and spices.

Now, I must point out that I did not get the order of the recipe exactly right. It turns out I should have put the cumin seeds in before the onions, but my Indians friends say not to worry! I didn’t worry too much because the dish turned out to be delicious.

I hope you enjoy the culinary journey and tour of our Bangalore kitchen!


Vicki Flier Hudson

Vicki Flier Hudson, Chief Collaboration Officer for Highroad Global Services, Inc. inspires people to leverage the full power of differences. She has helped countless large-sized corporations establish successful operations across the globe and build bridges across cultures, distance, and time.


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