Friday, October 18, 2013

Soya Baingan Bharta/Baingan Kheema Bharta

Baingan bharta is my all time favourite dish, every time i search for a different bharta recipe. While going through my cookbook collection, finally i got an interesting baingan bharta from Sanjeev kapoor book.Sanjeev Kapoor the famous Indian chef who cook fabulously with anything doesnt need any introduction among Indians. While going through his cookbook, i got this soya baingan bharta,immediately i cooked this protein rich baingan bharta for our lunch. This dish tastes fantabulous with rotis also goes awesome as a filling for making sandwiches. Roasted eggplant and minced soya works wonder in this dish, an incredible side dish to sneak soya granules in your diet.

Am running this week's blogging marathon with Favourite Celebrity Chef Recipes as theme,obviously this soya baingan bharta suits prefectly for the theme. If you are searching anything new,delicious,healthy and a quick side dish, just make this protein rich baingan bharta with both eggplants and minced soyachunks am sure everyone at home will definitely love this fantastic dish.Also this soya baingan bharta is definitely a wonderful dish to feed the protein packed, nutritious soya granules to everyone at home.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#33.Sending to Srivalli's Side dish Mela..


1no Eggplant (large)
1/2cup Soya granules (cooked in hot water)
1/4tsp Kalonji seeds/Onion seeds
1tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Ginger (grated)
2nos Onions (chopped finely)
2nos Tomatoes(chopped finely)
1tsp Chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
Salt
Few coriander leaves (chopped)
1/2tsp Chaat masala
Oil

Roast the brinjal over direct flame until the skin gets charred, cool and peel the skin.

Finely chop or mash the roasted eggplant.

Heat oil in a kadai, let crack the kalonji seeds,cumin seeds.

Add the grated ginger,chopped onions and saute for few minutes.

Now add the chopped tomatoes, cook until they turns mushy.

Add the mashed brinjal, cooked soya granules,red chilly powder,turmeric powder,chaat masala,salt and cook for few minutes.

Cook until the oil get separates from the bharta.

Finally add the chopped coriander leaves and mix.

Serve hot with rotis or with rice.

43 comments:

  1. I love to have anything made with brinjals Priya.. I can't get enough of it.. Wish I could get some of this yummy bharta right now :-)

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  2. i have tried baigan ka bhartha ! it taste awesome But never knew we can add some soya thats a good idea ! I too love sanjeeva kapoor i prepared his paneer koorma with curd . it tastes the best !

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  3. Wonderful and healthy combo.

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  4. new and interesting recipe... awesome....

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  5. Yummy and delicious bhartha, loved the combo.

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  6. Priya I just did same combo 2 days back ...yours look so tasty and love the header

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  7. Lovely twist Priya. Bharta looks tempting.

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  8. lovely variation.. i made bharta yesterday.. next time I make it, i will add soya! I once made with peas. that was good too. gives it a texture

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  9. Wow that looks so good and nice toast as well..:)

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  10. Love Sanjeev kapoor recipes ... And this bartha is absolutely delicious

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  11. Two of my favorites coming together............this is one yummy combo bharta!!

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  12. Lovely bharta with soya in it.This is in my to do list.Many dishes for me try ,What to do ?.Learning never ends ....

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  13. omg such an delicious and healthy bhaigan bharta looks super yummy !!

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  14. healthy and new kind of bhartha. love it.

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  15. Never imagine this combo....sounds very interesting!!

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  16. Even though I am not Indian, am a big fan of Sanjeev kapoor recipes. This on looks delicious!!

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  17. i love baigan bhartha as well, this twist is beautiful, good recipe again

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  18. this is such a delicious combination... i've some soya chunks in my pantry, i've to get some brinjal and make this during this week for sure... yum...

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  19. Kheema looks so delicious and mouthwatering. Must have tasted wonderful.
    Deepa

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  20. Bharta looks super delicious and love this wonderful combo...

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  21. Love brinjal and soya, that is a delicious combo!

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  22. Such a delicious combination of baingan and soya lookss yumm.

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  23. Brinjal and soya makes a wonderful combo.. Mouthwatering gravy..

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  24. Very much tempting and good recipe for bread based dishes

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  25. superbe et délicieux
    bon week-end

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  26. such a killer combo aks ;) super ah errukku, will give this a try sometime

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  27. love this interesting combo..looks super good...

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  28. super interesting..how do you manage to come up with such amazing stuff

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  29. Eggplant and Soya is another beautiful combo and I must say this is really a healthy recipe and goes well with rotis and good filling for sandwiches too :)

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  30. wow ! I would never have imagined soya and brinjal in one dish! Awesome.

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  31. Brinjal & soy in a bharta, wow what an upgrade!

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  32. Looks so yum on those bread slices!

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  33. Interesting addition of soy granules to baingan bhartha. Would love to try this soon.

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  34. Yesterday's curry was baingan bharta at home! What a coincidence :)..Need to try the soya version too sometime :)

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