Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Aloo baingan ki sabji - potatoes and brinjal cooked with onion, tomatoes and masalas

This is a vegetable that we have regularly for lunch with rotis and curds. In most punjabi households, rice is not common. Rotis are eaten for lunch and dinner. Most punjabi vegetables are made with the same method. gobhi all, baingan aloo, matar aloo etc aste great with rotis. It tastes yummy with rice too.

 
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Aloo Baingan
Potatoes chopped into ½ inch dice 1 cup
Brinjal chopped into ½ inch cubes 1 cup
1 medium sized onion finely chopped
1 tomato finely chopped
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 clove garlic grated
½ inch piece ginger grated
½ tsp turmeric
1-2 tsp red chili powder
2 tsp coriander powder
½ tsp garam masala powder
Salt to tatse
Coriander to garnish
Oil 1 tblsp

Chop the potatoes and brinjal and keep in water.
Heat oil add cumin seeds. Then add chopped onions and sprinkle a little salt. Fry on medium heat till golden brown. Add ginger garlic paste and fry for a min.
Add turmeric powder, red chili and coriander powder and fry for a min
Add chopped tomatoes and fry till oil separates from the masala.
Add the potatoes, mix well and put ¼ cup water, cover and cook for 5 mins. Add the brinjal and cover and cook on low heat till done. There should not be too much water, only enough to cook the vegetables.
Sprinkle garam masala and green coriander.

Serve hot with rotis and dahi

21 comments:

DEEPA said...

i love baigan ...this must have tasted great with chapati ..Yummy Yummy

Dhivya said...

I have been seeing aloo baingan combo in few blogs now! Its now forcing me to give it a try now

KayKat said...

Looks quite tasty. Don't think I've ever tried aloo and baingan together!

Asha said...

That's true! North eats rotis and south eats Rice, both loaded with carbohydrates!:D
Love Punjabi food, satisfying and down to earth, gravy looks delicious! We make southie style Aloo Baingan combo. Post more like these, we can learn a lot too!:)

vimmi said...

Thanks Deepa,
It really tasted great. we make thsi regulary.

Dhivya,
u should try this. its yummy.

Kaykat,
This is a common combination in most of north indian.

Asha,
We love south indian food. for us this is a regular sabji. I was feeling embarassed to even post it. But will post all authentic reipes i know.

shriya said...

Aloo & baingan is a very different combination .Looks very colorful and tasty.love your recipe.

Siri said...

Oh my goodiness.. the sabji looks soooo yummy.. its so colorful too Vimmi. I was staring at the first pic for i donno how much time.. hehehe..:)

Thanks for ur sweet comments on my blog dear..

Hugs,

~ Siri

Sagari said...

the red color of your recipes makes my mouth water lovely recipe

vimmi said...

Thanks Siri

Sagari, I use kashmiri red chili pwder in some recipes, hence the red color

meeso said...

Potato and eggplant together...yummy! Two of my favorites, your pictures looks so tempting and is making me so hungry!

Kribha said...

Just now went through all your recipes. Looks so good. Especially the kolapuri chicken. It is so tempting. Aloo baingan is a new combination for me. will try it sometime. Thanks for sharing.

Miri said...

A really satisfying combo, potatoes and brinjal - the dish looks delicious!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

This should be a perfect side dish for rotis!! I am too excited to try this next time:0
Thanx for sharing!

Happy cook said...

It just look so delicious.

Laavanya said...

That aloo baingan looks so delicious!!

farah said...

hi there! ur dish looks absolutely yummy n delicious :).....m going 2 mak it 2morrow...lets see how much i will succeed...thx 4 sharing ..take care bye:)

Anonymous said...

Looking so yummy !!!I'll definately try this.

Emma said...

Made this tonight, followed the recipe except used half chili amount. Served with chapatis, very delicious! Thank you

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