Stuffed Brinjal Fry

Spicy masala stuffed in fried Brinjals(Vazhuthananga)

Stuffed Brinjal Fry

Spicy masala stuffed in fried Brinjals(Vazhuthananga)

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By geetha vani

Published On: 13 Mar 2005

Rating: 4
11 Votes, 5 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Grind together chilly powder, garlic, coconut, roasted gram, salt, cumin seeds and coriander powder into a fine powder.

Step 2

Wash the brinjals, wipe them using a dry cloth and cut the stalk of the brinjals.

Step 3

Cut the brinjals on four sides.

Step 4

:- Do not cut the brinjal completely into 4 pieces. Just split the brinjals.

Step 5

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 6

Add brinjals and shallow fry them, till they become soft.

Step 7

Remove them from the pan.

Step 8

Stuff the brinjals with the above masala.

Step 9

Fry the onions, till they turn golden brown in colour.

Step 10

Add remaining masala along with the stuffed brinjals.

Step 11

Saute them for about 10 mins.

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Mari

Tasty masala... a nice variation for an eggplant dish. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Good one!

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pria

hi madhuri roasted gram means putnallu pappu in telugu.or they also call it as vyenchena senaga pappu.they r light yellow in colour.hope u understand.

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Madhuri

Hi, One of my friend brought this dish and i loved it. I tried your dish but i dont know why it failed. Please can you let me know what is roasted gram in telugu and the measurements. I am very much interested in preparing this dish very tasty.Thank you

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shanthi

excellent recipe!

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sri

Excellent in taste and very spicy...

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