Kids usually don't like to eat baigan .. when you make cute little penguins they might just love to eat the sabzi as well..
Small brinjals.. 200 gms
Onion .......... 1 medium (sliced)
Tomato ........ 1 (cut into pieces)
Garlic paste ... 1 tsp
Turmeric powder ... 1/4 tsp
Chettinad masala .. 2 tbsp ( click HERE to see the recipe)
Red chilli powder .... 1/2 tsp.(optional, because the masala already has chillies)
Salt ..... to taste
Coriander leaves ... to garnish
1. Slit the brinjals and immerse in salt water.
2. In a pan heat a little oil and shallow fry the brinjals until half done.
3. In another pan heat a little oil and saute the onion and garlic. Add the tomatoes and stir fry until the tomatoes are soft.
4. Now tip in the fried brinjals and add the spice powders. Mix them and sprinkle a little water. Simmer for a minute on low flame.
Garnish with coriander leaves and serve.
Wow looks so inviting!ReplyDelete
Looks delicious and will try some day...ReplyDelete
Must try DivyaDelete
Looks inviting and healthy. Thx for linking.ReplyDelete
looks yummy. nicely decorated on sideReplyDelete
Thanks for linking the yummy recipes to my event.. Please update the links to my event page and Nithu's page..ReplyDelete
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Thanks Sowmya.. will doDelete
Absolutely delicious curry. Perfect to serve with pulao or Biryani !ReplyDelete
Thanks Priya ..My favourite brinjal preparation :)Delete
Sukhe baingan with chettinad masala wow this looks so tempting, lovely share.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Soma :)Delete
Its amazing how many varieties of stuffed brinjals we can make. Love the spicy chettinad masala. This makes the dish spicy and delish.ReplyDelete
Yes Mayuri.. so many kinds of stuffings we have for brinjals..Delete