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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Ringna no Olo / Baigan Bhartha (Gujarati Style) / Smash Eggplant

Yum
After blogging, I learned that every region has their style of bhartha dish. Some smoked, some pressure cook it. I like Punjabi and Gujarati style both. Still have to try others. This is very simple Gujarati style of making bhaigan Bhartha. It doesn't require any cream or any fancy ingredients , just some masala from your masala dabba and basic ingredients and tasty delicious bhartha is ready. You can cook eggplant directly on gas, apply oil on it and cook it in microwave or oven or what I like is , take out the skin , cut it in big chunks, add few garlic cloves and oil and cook it in microwave for 10 minutes and no messy clean up after wards.

Ingredients :

1 big purple eggplant
2-3 spring onions (if not white / red onions are fine)
3 cloves of garlic (green garlic is so much better, but if not, then white is fine too)
2 chopped tomatoes
2 tsp oil
1 tsp jeera (cumin seeds)
pinch of hing
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp red chili powder
salt and lime juice to taste
1 tsp freshly crushed ginger and green chili
1 tsp garam masala
handful of fresh chopped coriander leaves

Method:

Take out the skin of eggplant and cut it in big chunks and put it in microwave safe bowl with garlic and 1 tsp of oil.
Cook it for 10 minutes and let it cook for some time then mashed it with potato masher.
Heat a pan , add oil in it. Add jeera and cook till it changes its color.
Then add hing, turmeric powder, red chili powder, spring onion and cook for few minutes.
Then add tomatoes, mashed eggplant, salt, crushed ginger and green chilies, garam masala and cook for 10 minutes on medium flame.
When there is no water inside, shut the gas off and add lime juice and coriander leaves.
Serve hot with chapatti or fulka or traditional way to eat with bajra rotla and some buttermilk on the side.








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34 comments:

  1. Perfect bhartha.. Would love to serve with rotis or phulkas.. :)

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  2. Delicious bharta! Perfect with rotis! :D
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  3. looks yum yum, tastes great with rice and ghee

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  4. Delicious bhartha, looks yummy.

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  5. I also love baigan bharta...you have done perfectly...

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  6. looking so lush,i have one left,i shall try this chutney .

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  7. Ringan no olo, kadhi ane rotla!! my favorite!!

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  8. Great use of the eggplant and adore the creamy burst. I certainly need my rice to go with it.

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  9. i have heard this is one popular dish...simply love the way its made...yum

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  10. Fantastic bharta Linsy!! Thank you so much for bringing it over. XOXO

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  11. Linsy this looks delicious. Which garam masala do you use in this recipe?
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    1. Its home made. you can use your choice of brand.

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  12. Baingan bhartha looks fantabulous, my fav with rotis.

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  13. Ahannnnnn.... I'm loving it!!! :)

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  14. Delicious olo dear and thanks to link this to my event..

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  15. My fav one, yummy and delicious. Perfectly goes with rotis.

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  16. delicious and lovely recipe...Perfect with roties or Dal rice

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  17. yummy my favourite with kadhi and rotli.Its true everyone has a different way of cooking. Basically we try to meet the needs of our family.

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  18. Delicious baigan bhartha, you are right they are vary from area to area. http://www.zestysouthindiankitchen.com

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  19. luks so delicious n goes vth rotis very well.
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  20. This looks so good! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  21. Just wonderful....loved the bharta and it made it to the menu this week :) The new one is on :D

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  22. so perfect with roti or pulao!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!

    Sowmya

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  23. Yummy Bhartha.. Looks lovely. Thanks for linking to WTML !!

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  24. Looks delicious and I love how easy to follow the recipes are. Would love to try it out.
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