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Published On: 09 Dec 2005
kannada: Badanekai / Gulla
hindi: Baingan / Ringna
Gujarati: Baingan / Ringna
Oriya: Baigan / Baigana
Punjabi: Bataun / Baingan
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English: Bengal Gram
telugu: Sanagalu / Sanaga
kannada: Kadale / Chana
Oriya: Buta / Bata
Punjabi: Chole / Channa
English: Black Gram
telugu: Minu Mulu / Manipa / Uddulu
hindi: Subat Urd / Urid
Bengali: Mashkolair Dal / Kaalo Dal / Mash / Kalai
Gujarati: Aalad / Udad
Konkani: Oodeedu / Urdachi / Udid
Marathi: Uddachi / Udid
Oriya: Biri (Gota) / Muga Dali
Punjabi: Mah-Di / Mash
English: Coriander Seeds
tamil: Kothamalli / Varakothamalli
malayalam: Kothamalli / Malli
kannada: Kottambari Beeja / Haveeja
hindi: Dhania / Dhana
Bengali: Dhonay / Dhaniya
Gujarati: Dhana / Dhaniya / Kothmiri / Libdhaba
Konkani: Kottambari / Konpir
Marathi: Dhane / Kothimir
Kashmiri: Deaniwal / Kothambalari
English: Cumin Seeds
tamil: Seerakam / Jeerakam
telugu: Jeelakara / Jidakara / Jikaka
hindi: Jeera / Jeeru / Safaid Jeera / Zeera / Shimai Shombu
Bengali: Jeera / Zeera / Safed Jira
Gujarati: Jeeru / Jiru / Safed Jiraun
Konkani: Jeerey / Jeren
Marathi: Jeera / Jeregire
Oriya: Jira / Jeera
English: Red Chillies
tamil: Vatral Milagai / Kaindha Milagai /Sigappu Milagai
malayalam: Vattal Mulaku / Chuvanna Mulaku / Kollamulaku
telugu: Erra Mirapa Kayalu / Yendu Mirapakayalu
kannada: Molaku / Kempu Menasinakai / Ona Menasinakai
hindi: Lal Mirch
Bengali: Paka Lanka / Lal Mirch / Lankamorich
Gujarati: Lal Marcha
Konkani: Sukki Saangi /Suke Miriyasang
Marathi: Lal Mirchi / Mirchya
Oriya: Lanka / Nali Lankamaricha
Punjabi: Lal Mirch
Kashmiri: Marach Wangun
telugu: Nirulli / Ullipayalu / Yerra Gaddalu
kannada: Ulligadde / Erulli / Neeruli
hindi: Pyaz / Dungri / Kanda
Bengali: Pyajj / Piyaz
Gujarati: Dungri / Kanda
Konkani: Sawalo / Piyavu
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
English: Coriander Powder
Bengali: Laban / Noone
Heat 2 tbsp of oil in a pan or a kadai.
Add Bengal gram, black gram, cumin seeds, coriander seeds and red chillies and fry, till it smells good.
Allow them to cool and grind them to a fine powder.
Add a onion and grind them again into a fine paste.
Heat 3 tbsp of ool in the same pan.
Add the remaining onion and fry, till they become golden brown.
Add the paste to the fried onions and saute.
Add some water along with all the powders and cook for 5 mins.
Take the brinjals and cut into four parts. Do not cut the topmost portion. Leave it as it is.
Put the paste in the middle of the brinjal and fry it for 7 mins.
Add remaining paste, if left.
Garnish with coriander leaves.
:- Serve hot with White Rice.
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