Jan 24, 2012

Baigan Ki Sookhi Sabzi / Vankaya Pachhi Kaaram / Eggplant Fry with Ground Spices / Brinjal Poriyal – Rajasthani Style


This is a quick stir fry brinjal dish with lots of flavours packed in it..This taste great with plain white rice and any gravy..I made some lovely rasam to go along with it, the meal was awesome..Try to cook the brinjals carefully, because it tends to go mushy so easily..


  
This is my DAY 2 recipe for BM which falls in the theme Seven days of Rajasthani Recipes….Hope you like it and let me know what you think..


Recipe Source: mharorajasthanrecipes

Ingrediants:

Brinjals / Eggplant – ½ kg Chopped
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam –  ½ tsp
Mustard Seeds / kaduku – ½ tsp
Turmeric Powder / Manjal Podi – ½ tsp
Salt to taste
Oil – 3 tblspn
Coriander Leaves / Cilantro for garnishing

To Grind:
Coriander Seeds / Malli – 1 tblspn
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam – 1 tsp
Green Chilli – 3

Method:

Grind all the ingrediants given to grind. Grind it to a fine paste and set aside.

Heat oil in a kadai. Add cumin and mustard seeds and mix well.

Add turmeric powder and mix well. Add brinjals and mix well.

Cover and simmer for 5 mins untill half cooked.

Now add in ground masala and mix well. Cook uncovered for 5 mins untill the brinjal is cooked  and slight crisp.

Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with rice.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Ingrediants needed for grinding
take it in a blender
and puree it
chop the brinjals
heat oil
add cumin and mustard
add turmeric
add brinjals
and mix well
add salt
and mix well
cover and cook
untill the brinjal is half cooked
add the ground spices
and mix well
and fry for few more minutes
garnish with coriander leaves
and mix well
Serve
Taste great with rice

75 comments:

  1. Me encantas todas tus recetas y esta es maravillosa.
    Besossssssss

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  2. Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful recipe of baingan subzi.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. Gr8 recipe with brinjal,nice flavors...

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  4. I love, love eggplants and this is a great way to cook them. Spicy and exotic!

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  5. this dish looks nice.. i have never had this but masala baingan looks yummy here

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  6. Thanks for following me, I too do the same curry but I use red chillies instead of green ones, looks so good..

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  7. perfect fry eggplant .tempting me to eat just now:)

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  8. perfect fry eggplant .tempting me to eat just now:)

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  9. perfect fry eggplant .tempting me to eat just now:)

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  10. Delicious and mouthwatering recipe dear....

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  11. Nice recipe, aarthi :) I love the way the masala has coated the brinjal pcs :)..lovely stepwise illustrations!

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  12. lovely recipe dear...awesome recipe with brinjal

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  13. This looks so good, love brinjal curry. Feel like grabbing it.

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  14. Lovely recipe..nice step by step pics.

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  15. Curry looks yummy and simple i love the spice mixture that u grinded.Its new to me.

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  16. Looks like a quick fix for meal..looks so flavourful and yummy

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  17. Looks very good..I am sure my brother will have a field time :) I don't make brinjal often as I am allergic.

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  18. I am sure it would have tasted great. Looks very nice

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  19. Very interesting masala for brinjals..will surely try this..

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  20. Magnifica receta vegetariana. Adoro las berenjenas, así que un nuevo plato que me encanta lleno de sabor. Besos

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  21. Love egg plant curry. Rajasthani style sounds yum.

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  22. Such a nice way to serve eggplant!

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  23. Wow brinjal sabzi looks super flavourful and terrific.

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  24. I love the way you photograph all the ingredients together and label each individual ing.

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  25. Oh yummyy Baigan!!!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  26. Love brinjal and this curry looks spicy and delicious.

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  27. delicious n superb...Nice info too..

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  28. your visit to my blog yesterday brought me here and I tried garlic rice and baby corn masala for dinner yesterday and it was amazing...can't wait to try new other dishes...

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  29. just found your blog! can't wait to browse around... some great looking food you've got there!
    xo,
    mini baker

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  30. I appreciate this, it is a nice way to prepare eggplant. The speed with which it can be prepared is welcome when you come in all frazzled.
    Thanks.

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  31. Hey Aarthi, the brinjal looks so tasty. I absolutely LOVE brinjal, in any form!!

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  32. lovely recipe..you've got a wonderful space with loads of recipes..thanks for stopping by @ my space..glad to follow you dear!

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  33. Dear Aarthi, Eggplant is one of my favorites and this looks delicious. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  34. Yum! Looks amazing. I am putting it on Pinterest:)

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  35. I am glad I came to your lovely space.. Loved it. The brinjal looks so yumm :)

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  36. A different way of making brinjal. looks yummy

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  37. delicious dish!...love it with rice!

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  38. Brinjal curry looks awesome !!Nicely done !!

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  39. I would love it with a bowl of creamy curd rice ..

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  40. Great recipe.I am going to try this.

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  41. nice aarthi, and i guess this is the instant one.

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  42. Loving your rajasthani recipes. getting to know new recipes..

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  43. Looks good! prepared something similar to this for lunch today.

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  44. Mmmmmmmmm, I do love eggplants or aubergines as we call them and I have all the spices. I am bookmarking this to try. Thank you :)

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  45. Love Brinjals, Curry looks very tempting!!!

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  46. Nice stir fry.would love to have this with curd rice...

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  47. A dish rich of so many flavours...fantastic!!!!

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  48. another 1 of ur treasured brinjal recipes...sounds gr8

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  49. What a great looking poriyal! Yummy!

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  50. Great idea. I dont know many brinjal bhaji recipes and my husband loves brinjal. I would like to try your recipe out. thx for sharing =)

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  51. i am loving the rajasthan series! those eggplants look amazing!

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  52. Thanks. I tried exactly the way u explained. It came out awesome-vibha

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  53. This is an awesome recipe. If my teenage son loves it, it must be really good. I prepared it from a large type brinjal picked fresh from my garden. Your wepage however is extremely slow to load. I appreciate the pictures but these pictures are probably making it a pain to view your page. Thank you so much for a great recipe. I followed it without any modifications.

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