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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Sliced Eggplant and Potato Dry Curry - Ringna batata nu Shak

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This is the recipe of my mom, she used to make this and we always had it with Khichdi or rotli. Now my sister also make it at her home and me too. This is very easy but delicious shak (subji). You can have it with hot roti or khichdi too. Pair it with dal and you have your whole platter.

Ingredients 

1 long purple eggplant - matchstick slices
1 Potato - Matchstick slices
1 tbsp. ginger, garlic, green chili paste
1 tbsp. red chili powder
1 tsp. turmeric powder
1 tbsp cumin-coriander powder
salt to taste
fresh chopped coriander leaves
2 tbsp. oil
1 tsp. mustard seeds

Method:

Cut the potatoes and eggplant in matchstick slices.
Heat a pan, add mustard seeds, when its popped, add ginger garlic paste, all powder masala and mix it and add vegetables along with salt.
Add 1-2 tbsp. water. Cover the pan and cook it on medium to low flame.
When the potato is cooked and water is gone, shut off the flame and sprinkle coriander leaves and enjoy hot with phulka or khichdi.




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19 comments:

  1. sounds like a really delicious side for chapathis...

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  2. Very comforting and delicious!!

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  3. Egg plant and potato nice combo. Perfect for chapathi

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  4. This combo is really awesome.. In Sindhi Cuisine also we have a sabzi like this but with gravy version with lot of garlic.

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    1. I will surely try that dish soon, Thanks for recommending.

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  5. I am not a huge fan of eggplant, but I don't think I have tried it enough ways.

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    1. I am a big Eggplant fan, so love to use it in anyways i can find. Thanks

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  6. This combo is hit always...this sabzi looks too yumm

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  7. Interesting recipe. I note that you don't add tomatoes or lemon to this curry.

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    1. no this is for rotli but when i make gravy shak for khichdi kadhi that time i add tomatoes to make little puree. Thank you Meenaben

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  8. Looks great! I love eggplant/aubergine and this sounds delicious. Thanks for entering #ExtraVeg!

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  9. Looks delicious Linsy, I will make it for chapthi next time. thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. tweeting.

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