Brinjals .. 8-10 ( small variety)
Coriander powder .... 1 tsp.
Turmeric powder ..... 1/4 tsp.
Salt ......... to taste
For Green Masala
Coriander Leaves.....1 cup
Mint leaves ........... 1/2 cup
Garlic.................7 to 8 cloves
Ginger ...............1 inch piece
(Grind the above ingredients to make the green masala.)
1. Wash and slit the brinjals leaving the stem intact. Soak them in salt water.
2. In a pan add a little oil and shallow fry the brinjals on medium flame and simmer until half done. Remove and set aside.
3. In the same pan heat a little oil and add the green masala paste. Add the salt, turmeric powder and coriander powder.
4. Put the fried brinjals. Add half cup water and simmer to cook. If you need more gravy to serve with rice, add 1 cup water.
The gravy looks so rich, spicy and tempting... Would be great for chapathis..ReplyDelete
Yes Vimitha.. so flavourful tooDelete
I think this would make a great side for briyanis, absolutely delicious. Thank you for sending it to Iftar Moments.ReplyDelete
Yes, it can go well with biriyanis and pulaosDelete
Tempting and delicious...ReplyDelete
looks yummy and spicy..........ReplyDelete
Thanks Ganga ..Delete
yummy and delicious curry.ReplyDelete
wow!!baingan cooked in a new way..looks delicious..ReplyDelete
I am missing those cute brinjals .. looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Event: Fast food not Fat food
Yes, baby brinjals are so cute and easy to cook.Delete
Thank you for linking this delicious recipe with Any One Can Cook :)ReplyDelete
My pleasure ...Delete
yummy and tasty brinjals.. Looks wonderful.. Love the masala in itReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Veena..Delete
Such an inviting baingan dish. Amazing! The gravy is too flavorful and delicious.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sanoli ..Delete
Delicious recipe!! Bookmarked to try :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Teena Mary..Delete
tempting and inviting dearReplyDelete
Thank you Shama..Delete
This looks like it has so much flavour in it, and really easy to make too.ReplyDelete
Yes Dannii.. very simple one.. Must try it..Delete
Brinjals in a green gravy... sounds delicious. Always looking for new ways to prepare sabjis.ReplyDelete
This masala is used a lot in Sindhi Cuisine ..Delete