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eggplant curry ' lajawab baingan'


An exotic recipe from my grand ma's diary this recipe of Brinjal (egg plant) is so tasty that my husband started eating Brinjals who use to hate this vegetable. Believe me try this and tell me how you like it...........


Madaledar baingan


                                      lajawab baigan(brinjal)

Ingredients:-

brinjal small....................1/2 kg
chopped onion................1/2 cup 
tomato puree....................4 tbsp
ginger garlic paste...........2 tbsp
panch puran.......................1 tsp
chana dal............................1 tsp
kari patta /curry leaves.............................5-6
oil for deep frying
tamarind paste....................2 tbsp(optional)

red paste-

whole red chilly .......2
dry coriander...........1tbsp
coconut fresh...........4 tbsp
onion.........................1/4 cup
til...............................3 tbsp
roast and grind everything into paste

Method:-

  1. wash, remove stem and make two slits in baby brinjals
  2. deep fry all of them till changes colour ....keep aside
  3. heat oil in a pan ,add chana dal panchpurun in it , add chopped onions,green chilly, ginger garlic paste and saute for three to four min or till oil separates,ensuring that the colour of the onion does not change to brown
  4. add tomato puree in it and stir fry till oil separate  
  5. add coriander powder ,red chilly powder, haldi powder and salt in it and mix well
  6. add red paste into it stir well cook for a min 
  7. add baby brinjals into it mix well put little water and cover it cook in slow flame till done 
  8. garnish with green coriander serve hot with paranthas 










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