Mar 14, 2015

Brinjal Tawa Fry Recipe / Baingan Fry Recipe



Whenever i find those big varieties of eggplant in my supermarket i will pick few of those. Because i love them a lot. They taste great when fried. I have few varieties of brinjal fry in my blog. Check them out.

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Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 5 mins per batch
Serves : 4 

Ingredients:

Eggplant / Brinjal - 1 large
Oil as needed for shallow frying

For Batter :
Gram Flour / Besan / Kadalai Mavu - 1 cup
Rice Flour / Arisi Mavu - 1/2 cup
Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Coriander Powder / Malli Podi -2 tsp
Turmeric Powder / Manjal Podi - 1/2 tsp
Cumin Powder / Jeera Podi - 1 tsp
Amchoor Powder / Dry Mango Powder - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Water as needed

Method:

Slice eggplant into thin slices.

Mix the batter ingredients to a smooth batter. the batter should be little thin, but not too thin.

Heat oil for shallow frying, dip the eggplant slices in the batter and fry till golden on both sides.

Drain on to some paper towel.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Wash a eggplant really well.

Slice it into little thin slices

Take gram flour / besan in a bowl

add in rice flour 

add in salt and turmeric powder

Now add in chilli, coriander and cumin powder

now add in some amchoor powder

Pour in water

Make it into a smooth batter

The batter should be little thin, but not too thin..

Take a eggplant slice

dip it in the batter

Heat oil in a tawa

place the brinjal slices in

fry it for few mins on medium heat till the bottom is cooked

flip over and cook

drain onto a paper towel

Serve

8 comments:

  1. hi aarthi I am craze about egg plant I love the presentation surely I will try it I need the measurement exactly 1 cup holds how many grams

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  2. Can we do this using normal small brinjal

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  3. @Anonymousyes u can use any variety of brinjal

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  4. Thanks! I added garlic and onion for added flavour. Came out wel. How can I maintain the crisp? It becomes soft after it cools down although I didn't cover it.

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  5. @Anonymousit does gets soft as it cools. You can try adding some cornflour in it too

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  6. Can I try this with banjo mix with dosa mavu... feel the output will come similar

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