by: Kavita Chugani of Dubai, AE
Very easy and great taste (yummy). Try and add your comments.
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12/5/2011 2:16 AM by Kavita Chugani
Thnx for all ur gud comments :)
11/15/2011 11:03 AM by Halima
Hi, Kavita ji , Your tindly recipe is superb. It has a unique flavor. My husband loved it alot. Thanks.
11/12/2011 12:03 PM by faiza nuha
dear kavita..2day again i tried ur amazing dish...only 1 thing frm my side loads of duas...thanxxxxxx once again..& for imran yes tindly is very easily available in jeddah @ super markets & bagalas...they look like tiny cucumbers...
9/17/2011 7:27 AM by Kavita Chugani
Hi Faiza Nuha thanks for liking my recipe n your comments, hope u will like my other recipes :)
9/10/2011 7:53 AM by faiza nuha
this recipe is rocking i never have eaten TINDE/TINDLY so yummy b4...wht i liked is whn the tinde softens in tadka tht also tastes soooooooooooo yumm...i felt like serving @ time nly..thanks kavita...
9/10/2011 3:44 AM by faiza nuha
i will try this 2day 4 lunch & let u know the result...
8/29/2009 4:30 PM by mrs jubair
hi kavita di!
thank u for such a tasty recipe !
so sweet of u !
can u plz give recipes for kids!
best of luck 4 ur coming new recipes!
5/6/2009 7:04 PM by christy gerald
nice one kavitha
4/13/2009 1:36 AM by Imran
Thank you for your reply, I checked at alibaba.com but the concept cleared from en.wikipedia.com.
The exact name is Kundru which is really very tasty in cooking, but your recipe seems good and I am going to try it soon.
4/12/2009 4:44 PM by mrs jubair
assalamo-alaykum kavita .
your tindly recipe really sound great taste .but can u plz. clear me whether its tinda or anything else.can u plz. give me any delicious recipes on lauki ! B'coz i want to make my husband eat lauki b'coz its very good for summer.thanks
4/12/2009 1:14 AM by Kavita Chugani
Imran u can also find a clear pic in alibaba.com look for tindly.
4/12/2009 1:02 AM by Kavita Chugani
Hi! Imran... Tindly is also known as parwar or Ivy gourd, its green in colour and it’s about 2-3 inch long. When u select it see at its not soft it should be hard and green and when u cut if it’s orange inside it’s not good. Imran please try this and let me know how it was... if any query let me know…..thanks.
4/11/2009 5:51 AM by Imran
Your recipe seems to be delicious and I want to try this recipe but, please could you tell me what is Tindly and can I find it here in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, OR is there any another name availabe for Tindly.
4/11/2009 3:51 AM by Sonia
this recipe is very tasty and easy to cook. Very different dish...thanks Kavita
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