Showing posts with label Brinjal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Brinjal. Show all posts

September 03, 2021

Bharli vangi with kala masala recipe - Badnekayi ennegai - Maharashtrian style stuffed brinjal

stuffed brinjals image
Bharli vangi recipe - Stuffed brinjal is called as bharli vangi in marathi and tumbida badnekayi, ennegai in kannada language. The method of preparation in both region is slightly different. This is a traditional method of making Maharashtrian stuffed brinjal by using coconut, groundnut powder and kala masala or goda masala as basic ingredients. 

July 12, 2019

Vangi bhath recipe - Brinjal rice recipe

vaangi bhaath in a serving plate
Vangi bhath recipe - Vangi bhath is a popular traditional rice dish of Maharashtra. This is a delicious one pot meal which pairs well with roasted potatoes and cucumber raita. If you are bored with the regular meal, then this vangi bhath is a perfect  dish to try. You can carry it in the lunch box too. I have made this vangi bhath with masala bhath powder. However, you can use MTR pulao masala instead of masala bhath powder. 

October 28, 2013

Batata vangyachi bhaaji Recipe - Potato-brinjal sabzi

Batata vangyachi bhaaji in a plate
Batata vangyachi bhaaji recipe - Chapati and rice are our staple food. So, Preparing sabzi and curry everyday is mandatory for me. Batata-vangyachi bhaaji is a Maharashtrian style sabzi which I prepare often. So, here is a quick to make yummy batata-vangyachi bhaji to go with chapatis. Serve this bhaaji with hot chapatis along with pickle.

August 01, 2013

Vaingana ambat recipe - Badnekayi saaru - Konkani style brinjal curry

badnekayi saru in a serving bowl
Vaingana ambat recipe - Vaingana ambat is a very popular curry in coastal karnataka made using small white brinjals. Coconut and toor dal are basic ingredients for the gravy. This tasty curry is a delicious accompaniment to hot rice. Ambat the konkani word means curry in english. It is also called as saaru in kannada.This is a thin version of curry, but you can increase the quantity of toor dal and coconut to make it thick. You can make similar type of curry using potatoes and green peas. But the brinjal curry has different flavor and taste as it gets flavor from fresh baby brinjals.

February 25, 2013

Vangyachi koshimbir recipe - Brinjal koshimbir

brinjal salad in a serving bowl
Vangyachi koshimbir recipe - Brinjal salad is a very healthy and delicious salad prepared with roasted brinjal, fresh onions and  grated coconut. This is served as a side dish with jowar roti or jolada rotti, rice or chapatis. Several varieties of  brinjals are available here throughout the year. Any variety of large or medium sized brinjal can be used to make brinjal bharta and brinjal salad.  this koshimbir has smoky aroma as the brinjal is directly burnt on stove top and tempering with  dry red chillies also give some smoky flavor to the dish. The remaining ingredients such as onions, coriander leaves, green chillies and fresh coconut  are mixed in raw form and the koshimbir tastes great with the combination of all these ingredients.

February 23, 2013

Baingan ka bharta - Vaingana bharta recipe - Brinjal bharta

Vaingana bharta in bowl
Baingan ka bharta recipe - Brinjal bharta is a delicious accompaniment to all varieties of Indian flat bread. It pairs excellent with jowar roti or bhakri. It is absolutely easy to prepare and healthy too. Burn the brinjal directly on stove top, make a flavorful onion tempering and mix all the ingredients to combine well. Soft and smoky flavored bharta gets ready with few steps. Any  variety of large or medium sized brinjal can be used to make this dish. I had two deep purple  brinjals in my fridge. Out of them I used one brinjal  for making bharta and another one is used to make salad. Here is the easy recipe to get the perfect bharta.

February 14, 2013

Nuggekayi, badnekayi sambar - Drumstick brinjal sambar

drumstick brinjal sambar in a serving plate
Nuggekayi, badnekayi sambar recipe - Drumstick and brinjal have always been my favorite vegetables. These are another such combination which can be used to make sambar. Sambar is a South Indian signature dish served with idli, dosa, uttappa, vada or steamed rice. In this sambar recipe, drumstick and brinjal is boiled to soft and added to the cooked toor dal. This traditional sambar can be prepared quick with easy steps. I make it often, it makes a delicious accompaniment to South Indian main meal. This sambar has an awesome flavor. Try this simple recipe and enjoy the taste of South Indian cuisine.