285 Brinjal Recipes, Baingan Recipes
285 brinjal recipes | Baingan Indian Recipes |
Brinjal recipe collection. Brinjals are purple, egg shaped, vegetables that hang from vines and hence the name 'Eggplants'. They are used extensively in almost all parts of the world because of the soft, creamy flesh. Even though the most common variety is the purple one, they can be of different colors too and vary in sizes.
Being a little bitter in taste, a lot of people prefer to remove that by sprinkling some salt over cut brinjals and let them sit to seep out the bitterness and then use them. Here is a collection of Brinjal Recipes that you will love!
Brinjal Recipes, Subzis
Saunfwale Aloo Baingan
With a super-rich besan and jaggery based stuffing, Bharwan Baingan is the perfect example showcasing the use of spices in Punjabi Cuisine.
Being as versatile as a tomato, the combination of Brinjal with different vegetables works great. Aloo Baingan is a staple in India, but jazzing it up with saunf gives a peculiar taste that is hard to resist. Combination with curds, kalonji and many other spices gives a birth to a slightly khatta subzi called Achaari Baingan.
Roasted brinjals give a very earthy, yummy taste to a dish and when cooked with tangy tomatoes and onions, make a delectable subzi of Baingan Bharta. A similar subzi, which gets its origin from the Mughals, called Baingan Musasalam, is a mouth-watering concoction of flavors.
Baingan Potato and Green Peas Sabzi is a classic that cannot go wrong, with different vegetables mixed to get different flavors and textures.
Brinjal Recipes, Indian Delicacies
Brinjal is used in all parts of India, from the north to the south, and hence everyone has different dishes that can be prepared using this wonder ingredient. Boriya Diya Palang Saag is a mix vegetable and besan dumpling subzi in a palak gravy, originated in Bengal.
In Gujarat it is used as one of the many ingredients in a winter dish, Oondhiyu and also as an additional flavor in Stuffed Brinjal and Onion Khichdi.
Even in the south, brinjal is prepared with imli and dal to create a beautiful curry called Vaingya Ambot. In Maharashtra as well brinjal is used as one of the main vegetables to make Masala Bhaat. Apart from this, you can even make a killer Brinjal Chutney to have with idli or roti.
Adding little pieces of brinjal to rice adds a beautiful taste and texture to it. This Brinjal Rice is also cooked with different aromatics to make it taste even better.
Brinjal Recipes for Snacks
We have all seen aloo patties, but did you know you can also make Brinjal Cutlets combined with other vegetables too. The same way, we have seen so many types of bhajiyas, but Brinjal Bhajiya is a new one to try and will be loved by all. The Bengalis also make a similar thing but with brinjal slices called Baingan Bhaja but instead of frying them, they pan fry it.
International Brinjal Recipes
Stuffed Bulgur and Brinjal Bake
One of the most famous ways to use brinjal in the middle-east is to roast it, peel it and mash it to make a dip, Baba Ganoush, to eat with breadsticks or vegetables. Stir fry some brinjal slices with bokchoy and black bean sauce to make a delectable Chinese dish, Brinjal and Bok Choy in Black Bean sauce.
Unique and exotic dishes can be made with eggplants that no one knows about. Taking a very interesting combination of dalia, a tangy tomato sauce and cheese, Stuffed Bulgur and Brinjal is a healthy and delicious dish to serve to everyone. Another baked dish with Brinjal is Aubergine Au Gratin, where brinjal is baked with Tomato Sauce and white sauce to perfection.
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