Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Hyderabadi Bagara Baingan

Few days back, i got a packet of purple small brinjals from Indian grocery, i wanted to make them something different, quite delicious but not as usual tamarind based gravy or simple sitr fry, while going through google, i got this droolworthy Bagara Baingan from Nag's space..Her picture itself tempted me a lot and i tried immediately her version of bagar baingan and served this delicious dish along with simple vegetable briyani for our saturday lunch..Thanks to Nags for sharing this yummy dish and we loved it..This bagara baingan goes to Priya's & Aipi's Bookmarked Recipes..

Bagara Baingan

7nos Purple small brinjals
2tbsp Sesame seeds
2tbsp Peanuts
2tbsp Coconut
1no Onion (chopped finely)
2tsp Ginger garlic paste
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Cumin seeds
1tbsp Coriander powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
1cup Tamarind juice
Oil
Salt
Chopped coriander leaves

Dry roast the sesame seeds and peanuts until they turns brown, grind these roasted seeds with grated coconut with enough water as smooth paste..

Either u can fry the whole brinjals or u can slice them slightly with stem intact, now fry the brinjals in oil until they turns soft, drain them and keep aside..In the same oil, fry the onions and ginger garlic paste until the onions turns brown, add the grounded paste and fry everything for few minutes..Now add the turmeric powder, chilli powder, cumin seeds, coriander powder and salt, mix well and cook for another few minutes..Finally add the tamarind juice, fried brinjal and cook them with lid closed for 10-12minutes..

Put of the stove and garnish with coriander leaves..

41 comments:

  1. I luv this a lot. I can have this with anything

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  2. Hey,

    That looks smashing...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  3. Bagara Baingan with Biryani. Great combination!
    http://pedatha.com

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  4. This dish looks so delicious..and now i am a happy follower to your blog...

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  5. Have been wanting to try this for long and urs look very tempting

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  6. I wonder how fast you post recipes. I really appreciate the effort. This recipe is simple and easy to prepare. I was planning to avoid too much of oil in my diet, so let's keep this recipe bookmarked for December when I will be at home. :)

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  7. Even if I am not a fan of eggplant, your photograph of the dish is so gorgeous that it might tempt me to change my opinion about the vegetable.

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  8. Yum! The side dish is very spicy and delicious! I also posted brinjal too.

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  9. Tangy and truely tempting brinjals ...

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  10. i have never succeeded in making this:(

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  11. Priya making me hungry,luks very very tempting...

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  12. This is my family favorite..looks absolutely delicious n tempting!
    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event.

    US Masala

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  13. சூப்பராயிருக்கு,புலாவுக்கேத்த சூப்பர் ஜோடி...

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  14. With peanuts in them , they look so creamy delicious.

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  15. Looks stunning as ever..I love brinjals..

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  16. I had tried this watching vahchef's video..loved the unique flavor in it...looks delish Priya.....

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  17. wow...nice one...I like Baingan vege with gravy...this appears delicious.should try some time.

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  18. This really looks tempting. I suspect this is beyond my current ability level but as I grow more proficient I'll give it a try. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  19. I am so drooling just looking at this picture. Fabulous!

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  20. I've never had this before. We have an Indian market not far from my house. I need to go with a shopping list.

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  21. Bagara baingan with biryani!OMG my favorite...my mouth is watering...very tempting clicks...

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  22. Yummy bghara baingan. I just love stuffed egg plant. I can have them with anything.

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  23. Lovely recipe with lovely pic..

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  24. I can eat that whole thing! Loved your clicks!

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  25. ur dish looking wonderful spicy
    do visit my blog

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  26. Yummy baigan...love it with pulao!..

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  27. Bagara baingan looks delicious Priya. I need to make them.

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  28. this is just wonderful am drooling over here!

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  29. This looks so delicious..the pic is awesome,love it

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  30. Never tasted this before..It looks absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing, Priya..

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  31. Looks simply delicious and tempting mouth watering. Thanks for linking it to our event :)

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  32. Apart from the Hyderabadi Biryani if anything appeals my palette ........ it's the Bagara Baingan. Ur's look awesome

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  33. Oh that baigan has me wanting to make some curry right now!!

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  34. I love this recipe... my mom makes it and i make it all the time... :)

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  35. I have eaten this many times but never made it... Your recipe will be a keeper...

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