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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Chilli Garlic Brinjal Masala

This recipe states an yumm and semi-dry Brinjal Masala that goes well with Steamed rice and Indian Breads. This Masala needs 13- 15 mins cooking time and serves 4 nos.U can add few Capsicum slices in Step 5 and 2 tsp finely chopped spring onions in Step 8 - if U r serving this dish to ur invited guests. U can add 1 tsp garlic paste instead of adding the chopped garlic cloves in Step 5 along with chilli chicken masala. The addition of Garlic improves flavor and taste of the dish. Enjoy Easy and tasty Cooking at home!. Enjoy Ur Meal!. BonAppetit!.

Chilli Garlic Brinjal Masala
7-8  small sized Brinjals - Cut leaving the stem intact
5 garlic - chopped fine
1 medium sized Onion - Sliced
1 tsp Aachi Chilli Chicken Masala
1 tsp roasted white sesame seeds
4 red chillies
2 tsp coriander seeds
1/2 tsp jeera
2 tbsp grated coconut or 2 tsp coconutmilk powder
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp salt or needed
few chopped curry and coriander leaves
1 tbsp refined oil
1.Dry roast red chillies,coriander seeds and jeera for 1-2 mins,then add the grated coconut and roast it for a
min or 2 till the done smell comes alive.
2.Add the already dry roasted white sesame seeds and stir-fry and turn off the flame in 30 secs.Leave it to cool and paste it fine adding 30 ml water.
3.Heat oil in a kadai and saute brinjal till its half done.Take it out-leaving the oil in the kadai.
4.Splutter mustard seeds,chopped garlic,then add the sliced onions and curry leaves. Stir-fry till done for 2-3
5.Add the oil-roasted brinjals and chilli chicken masala.Stir-fry it for 2 mins on medium flame.
6.Add the ground masala and salt with half the coriander leaves.Mix it well.
7.Add 100 ml water and stir it for a min. Leave it covered and keep stirring it after 4-5 mins.
8.Turn off the flame when water runs dry and done.Serve it hot with Steamed rice and Indian Breads. Yummy!.
Sending this recipe to Vardhini's  'Dish it Out' Event hosted by Sangee Vijay of  Spicy Treats

and  'Hot n Spicy ' Event hosted by Amy of Food Corner


faseela said...

love;ly combo...superb

Aarthi said...

yummy...tasty one..Bookmarked


vineetha said...

looks so mouthwatering and delicious!

Uma said...

Awesome. I wud like to have some with steamed rice.

Treat and Trick said...

So yum and flavorful!

Julie said...

delicious n yummy!!

Erivum Puliyum

Suja said...

Delicious masala..mouthwatering

divya said...

Delicious and inviting recipe. Looks simply yummy.

sangee vijay said... masala looks super inviting...nice recipe..will try for sometime..
plz can u link it to my event..
you have an award at my space...srop by n collect it.

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Nalini's Kitchen said...

Wow!!!delicious brinjal curry with tempting clicks.Drooling here dear.....

Poonam Borkar said...

looks so delicious..mouthwatering!!

Smitha said...

looks very delicious!

Gayathri NG said...

deliciou n perfect combo...

amarendra bandla said...

Looks very very very mouthwatering!

Priya said...

Wat a flavourful dish,loving it..Super tempting..

Latha :-) said...

mmmmm yummmmy dish..ur blog will be useful for beginnners like me ;-)

Now Serving said...

That looks amazingly delicious dear!

Amy said...

oh wow!!mouthwatering...I love this oily & spicy appearence & it is inviting me...
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