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Rabbit with brinjals and other ingredients
Published On: 20 Nov 2011
English: Brown Sugar
tamil: Pazhuppu sarkkarai/vellam
kannada: Kandu sakkare
hindi: Bhuri Sharkara
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
English: Basil Leaves
tamil: Thulasi / Tirunirrippachai
malayalam: Tulasi / Sivatulasi
telugu: Thulasi / Tulsi-Chettu
kannada: Tulasi / Amli / Huli
hindi: Tulsi / Bawari Bawari / Ban Thulasi
Bengali: Babui Tulsi
Gujarati: Tulsina / Sabje
Marathi: Tulsichi / Sabja / Tulasa
Oriya: Tulasi / Durlabha
Punjabi: Imli / Tulasigidda / Tulasi
For preparing rabbit with thai brinjals, heat oil in a vessel.
Add the green curry paste and fry until there is a nice smell.
Stir in half the coconut milk little by little. Cook over low flame for 5 minutes, until the oil begins to separate.
Then add the rabbit, lime leaves, fish sauce, sugar and brinjals. Cook for 5 minutes then stir in the remaining coconut milk.
Allow it to a simmer and cook until the rabbit and brinjals are done. Remove it from the flame.
Garnish with basil leaves.
Rabbit with thai brinjals are ready. Serve hot with noodles.
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