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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Egg Plant in Peanut Butter Curry

I tried this Egg Plant Curry the day I prepared Peanut Butter. I wanted to try it after seeing a different recipe but with this Yumm Combo in Mrs.Priya Suresh's Blogspace. This Curry tasted awesome even with Steamed rice. It can be done in a Jiffy (12 mins) to serve 4 nos with less efforts. Its seen deliciously creamy even with 1 tbsp Peanut Butter. (My Mom does this gravy with cashew paste too).This serves an yumm an easy taste match with Rice and Indian Breads. Try this Easy n Yumm Curry at home and Enjoy Easy Cooking at home!. Yum Yum!. Enjoy Ur Meal!. BonAppetit!.

Egg Plant in Peanut Butter Curry
150 gms Egg Plant
2 tsp - 1 tsbp Peanut Butter
1 green chilli + 2 garlic pods + 1 cm ginger piece - pasted fine
1/2 tsp any good mutton masala or Subzi masala
a pinch of turmeric powder
1/4 tsp garam or curry masala
1/4 tsp white peper powder - an optional
1 tsp lemon juice - optional
1/4 tsp mustrard seeds
few chopped curry and corianderleaves
2 tsp oil
1/2 tsp salt - to taste

1.Marinate Egg plant pieces in chilli ginger-garlic paste and turmeric powder with lemon juice(optional)  for 5 - 10 mins.
2.Heat oil in a non-stick Kadai and splutter mustard seeds and curry leaves,
3.Add the marinated Egg plant pieces allong with the marinade and the mutton or subzi masala with salt. Stir-fry for 2 - 3 mins till little done.
4.Add 150 ml water and cover and cook for 3 mins on good flame.
5.Now add the Peanut Butter, garam or curry masala and coriander leaves .Stir-cook gently for 2 more mins till the Egg plant gets done.
6.Check the salt and Sprinkle a pinch of white pepper powder (this adds flavor to Brinjal Curries) and turn off the flame.
7.Serve it hot with with Rice and Indian Breads.

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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Thanks a lot for sharing this tasty looking unique recipe. Looks delicious.

Hamaree Rasoi

Shylaja said...

Nice combination.Looks delicious

Sobha Shyam said...

very interesting and lovely preparation..good one !!

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Mélange said...

Creamy and succulent..Yum!

Faseela said...

very yummy preperation dear.....great

simran said...

nice and tasty....i love the fact that you give the timings too...really good.

zareena said...

mmm.... very innovative and a unique dish. the curry looks creamy...

Kavi said...

That's quite new! Good recipe..

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Sushma Mallya said...

This looks so delicious and yum...lovely recipe as well:)

Anzz said...

Looks delicious.. very tempting..!

Nupur said...

Hey therecipe looks divine.. Unfortunately I cant see how have you linked it to the Linky at the event ''For U- MUM'' at my space. Please can you check and relink it, since I cant find any link on the page.

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Amila said...

a unique recipe...Looks delicious.
Thanks a lot for linking with
Midweek Fiesta

Rosh said...

Looks deliciius!! Thanks for sharing :-)