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A very simple and tasty dish for all beginners. Cooked with very minimum spices,this dish comes in handy when we run out of onions and tomatoes. This dish can be prepared sweet and sour(completely optional if you like it)and is a hit item in states like west bengal and orissa. It was during my trip to kolkata in jan that i happened to try this at one of the restaurants and liked it so much that i tried making it at home. I hope you all like it.
- In a nonstick pan or wok heat around 12-14 tsp of oil and let the brinjals cook till they are golden brown.
- This should take roughly around 18-20 minutes on medium high heat.
- In a nonstick pan or wok heat around 1 tsp of oil.
- Add the dried red chilli and let it heat up.
- Add the cumin seeds, mustard seeds and fennel seeds and heat it up till they start crackling.
- Add a pinch of hing.
- Add haldi, jeera, dhania and red chilli and saute well for 2 minutes.
- Add curd and salt and saute for a minute.
- Add sugar/jaggery (optional) and stir for a minute.
- Add the fried brinjal in the gravy and mix it well for 2 minutes.
- Serve hot with rice.
This recipe was contributed by Sandipan on 24 Jul 2013Simple and enthusiastic guy with a passion for food and cooking. Though I don't cook regularly due t...
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