Bhindi, or okra, is a popular vegetable in India. It is sometimes referred to as “lady’s fingers” due to its unique shape. Okra is full of antioxidants, folate, and fiber. You may notice slimy goo-like strands after cutting okra but this is normal and dissolves completely after cooking in high heat. This Punjabi dish is one of India’s favorite versions of okra. The okra are sautéed with aromatics, tomatoes, and tangy spices, like dried mango and fenugreek leaves. The resulting dish is as healthy and nutritious as it is delicious.