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Recipe# 15672
11 Jan 05
 by Pratitikaka
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Jain pav bhaji is a Jain style prepared bhaji recipe without any use of garlic or onions. This Jain bhaji is then served hot with dollops of butter as topping along with buttered pavs.
Recipe# 15676
13 Jan 05
 by snehalm
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Spice up your evening by serving the crispy Aubergine cutlets with tea or coffee,. The e egg plants or brinjals are sliced up, coated in a besan based batter and the deep fried till crunchy and delicious.
Recipe# 15873
03 Dec 02
 
by binal142001
No reviews
Stuffed Baingan with Gravy is a popular Indian vegetable recipe with the brinjals or egg plants slit and stuffed with spices and then simmered in a rich and spicy curry.
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Recipe# 15929
07 Oct 11
 by chitvish
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Simply stuff the slit brinjals with spice powders and place them in a microwave till done. Serve this masaledaar micro stuffed brinjal dish with roti.
Recipe# 16101
12 Sep 05
 by kaverimegha
No reviews
Prepare the Bhaingaan curry with chopped baigan or brinjals and then stir fry them in an onion, tomato and ginger garlic based curry. Enjoy with steamed rice or roti.
Recipe# 16105
27 Aug 05
 by monika242
No reviews
A vegetable treat, khatte mitthe brinjal has brinjals or baigan chpped and then cooked in a combination of Indian spice powders like red chilli powder, coriander powder, dry mango powder, garam masala,etc. A true culinary delight, the sweet and sour taste of this brinjal recipe makes it a popular re ....
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Recipe# 16343
07 Oct 11
 by chitvish
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A mix of brinjals and fenugreek leaves cooked with chillies, mustard seeds, khus-khus and dhania.
Recipe# 16544
08 Sep 05
 by neerisha
No reviews
Sweetness of the apples and hing coated with baigan and seb gives a distinct flavour to the dish.
Recipe# 16601
30 Oct 05
 by geetharam32
No reviews
It is a very simple dish made with brinjals filled with soluble dietary fibre. It goes well with Rotis and phulkas.
Recipe# 11276
27 Mar 02
 
by devikaprabhu
No reviews
This is a konkani dish and can be enjoyed with both rice as well as with rotis.
this has very little fat content.
happy eating !!!!
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