Baingan Ka Bhartha

Even brinjal haters will love this.

Baingan Ka Bhartha

Even brinjal haters will love this.

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

By Ramya Renjith

Published On: 19 Jan 2007

Rating: 3
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1

Nicely burn brinjal over direct flame.

Step 2

:- Cutting it to 4 pieces and burning in grill will also be easier. Turnover & cook till evenly soft all over.

Step 3

Peel off the burnt skin.

Step 4

Mash well the softened brinjal (can remove seeds now v if the brinjal had seeds) and keep to cool.

Step 5

:- It will be one big lump!

Step 6

Heat oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 7

Add mustard seeds and cumin seeds and allow it to splutter.

Step 8

Add onions, ginger-garlic paste, green chillies and asafoetida and stir fry till its all almost cooked.

Step 9

Add tomato, masala, chilly powder, turmeric, salt, etc and stir fry for 2-3 mins.

Step 10

Add mashed brinjals, stir well and add 1/4 cup of water.

Step 11

Stir, cook covered till oil seperates and the curry is golden brown colour.

Step 12

Add lemon juice and stir well.

Step 13

Pour into serving bowl, garnish with chopped coriander.

Step 14

:- Serve hot with hot parathas.

Step 15

:- Making time: 20 - 25 minutes

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