05 March, 2012

Brinjal Curry/Eggplant Curry

Today am sharing  a  yummy recipe.This gravy made with a ground nut and sesame powder,it's  gives a really excellent taste and nice texture!!First time tried this recipe ,we liked it a lot.The only thing's while frying eggplant/brinjal ,i feels it's observing more oil..that's not good right?But once in a while we can make and enjoy it :) ..Basic recipe's from Vahchef,i did a little change.Recipe belongs to Andhra pradesh!!



 Ingredients:


  1. Brinjal/Eggplant- 3 
  2. Onion-1/2 medium chopped
  3. Tomato-2 medium chopped
  4. Mustard seeds- 1 teaspoon
  5. Curry leaves-few
  6. Red chilly powder- 2 teaspoon 
  7. Coriander powder-2 teaspoon
  8. Ginger garlic paste-2 teaspoon 
  9. Turmeric powder- little
  10. Oil for deep frying and cook

Fry 1 medium sized onion in teaspoon of oil,allow to cool.Grind in to a smooth paste.

 Dry roast and grind:
  1. Groundnuts/Peanuts- 1 tablespoon 
  2. White sesame seeds- 1 tablespoon 
  • Grind in to powder form.

Method:
  • Cut brinjal in to lengthwise and deep fry it.Drain and keep aside.
  • Heat 2 teaspoon oil in pan,splutter curry leaves and mustard seeds.
  • Add ginger garlic paste ,fry.
  • Add onion ,fry till gets tansperant.
  • Then add chopped tomato and fry for 1 min.Cover with lid and cook it for 2-3 min in medium flame.In between check add some water if required.
  • Once tomato mixture turns to complete mushy add  onion paste in it.Mix well.
  • Put salt,chilly powder and coriander powder.
  • ,Add the  dry roasted powder.
  • Add water ,bring to boil.Cook it for 3-5 mins in medium flame.
  • Now add the deep fried brinjal/eggplants in to the gravy.
  • Cook till to get perfect curry/gravy consistency.Add some more water if required.
  • Garnish it with cilantro,serve hot with Chapathi/Paratha/rice.. etc., 


Note:
  •  Purple color brinjal  will be perfect for  this gravy.
  • Can serve  this curry with with any veg biriyani/pulao!!
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19 comments:

  1. This curry looks yummy and perfect.I tried this dish without powder and onion paste.This dish is really awesome.I try this curry with powder.

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  2. curry looks great. I like the bowl shape.

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  3. Rich and tasty gravy, might be I can shallow fry the brinjals..

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  4. Thanks a lot for your quick comments dears :)

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  5. Nice recipe.. perfect side dish for chapathis

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  6. The dish looks lovely, delicious and amazing..

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  7. Brinjal curry looks yumm.

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  8. Wow, that curry looks great with that rich colour and the spice mix sounds good too. Thanks for sending it to my event dear.


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  9. This looks awesome...bookmarked

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  10. @Kokila..am sure that you will like it..Next time try with adding this powder :)

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  11. brinjal curry looks delicious, adding ground nut and sesame is a wonderful idea, looks yum..

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  12. curry looks yummy, sure peanut-sesame gives a nice flavor n taste..i use to add it to brinjal fry but didn't tried this way...might be i can roast brinjal :) love the perfect triangle parathas :)
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  13. Brinjal curry looks very inviting and lovely!

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  14. awesome..u made it perfectly........vl try this....
    Maha

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  15. Very nice..
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