Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Ringna nu Saak / Brinjal(Began or eggplant)curry

Simple and quick curry with fewer ingredients….


Preparation time: 2 minutes
Cooking time: 6 minutes
Serves 3

Ingredients:
250 gm small green brinjal
1-tbsp red chilli powder
1\2 tbsp turmeric powder
4-5 pieces of garlic
2-tbsp oil
Salt to taste

Method:
Step 1: Wash began and cut in to long pieces.

Step 2: Heat the oil in pan and fry the small pieces of garlic until they are golden brown. After that add chopped began in it.

Step 3: Cook on medium flame until they are soft. (Approximately 4 minutes)

Step 4: After that add red chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt to taste.

Step 5: Mix well and cook for 1-minutes on law flame so curry turns to be crispy.

Step 6: Turn of the flame and place it in serving bowl.

Step 7: Serve hot with Bhakri or Roti, green chillies and Butter milk.

40 comments:

Madhu said...

Love eggplant, green once reminds me of home. Delicious recipe Kajal, Do you really eat all of those chillis with the roti that you have displayed ? Looks very hot!

Richa said...

hi kajal, kem che? ghana divas pachi post kariu? shaak bhakri saras combo che, sathey goad aney lasan chutney bau bhavey :)

Madhu said...

Hi Kajal,
Brinjal curry looks delicious, green ones remind me of home.
Do you really eat those hot chillis that we see on your plate ?

Anonymous said...

kajal ur recipes are very nice and authentic..

Anonymous said...

i like ur recipes very much .yum! shak looks good

Vcuisine said...

Kajal, after a long time. How are you? Hope your eye is back to normal. Take care. Diwali wishes to you and your parents. Brinjal Saak very nice. Viji

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I love brinjal,and your curry looks yummy...:))
Diwali wishes to you ::))

Latha said...

Hi kajal... glad to see you in action again:) a very Happy Diwali to you and your family.

Saju said...

those green ringna look so delcious. Great pics too.

Cynthia said...

We never get brinjals like those you have here. I'd love to try them.

Seema said...

Kajal, The baigan curry looks so easy and delicious. I love eggplant and will definitely try this out. I love the flavor of slightly caramelized veggies and will surely like this one as well.

TBC said...

Kajal,
It's nice to have u back:-)
Happy Diwali!

Asha said...

That looks delicious. Love any Brinjal in any form! Good to see you back Kajal!:)
Happy Diwali!

Laavanya said...

Eggplant curry looks delicious Kajal. I've never had luck getting good, green brinjals here.
I tried the stuffed bhindi recipe you posted and we liked it a lot. I made a mistake though and microwaved it instead of steaming it like you mentioned so some were a bit tough.. but tasted very good. Thank you so much Kajal.

Sia said...

simple yet delicious is what i can say abt this recipe:) its so gr8 to see those green eggplants which we dont get here :(

musical said...

Would love to have some of this with plain daal and bhakri :). and yes, some chillies too :).

Kajal said...

Hi Madhu,

Thanks my dear for your lovely words. Yes, this is not too much chillies sometimes if chillies are not much hot then I was eating more than five.:))

Kajal said...

Hi Richa,

Ahhh....goad and lasan to apdu pan fav chhe......my dear....Thanks for your cute words.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Anonymous,

Thanks for your kind words.
Good Day.:))

Kajal said...

Hey Anonymous,

Thanks a lot!!!!!!
Have a nice day.:)))

Kajal said...

Hello Viji,

I am very fine. Yes my eye is normal and I am working with computer after month my dear. But you know doctor say not work at computer but some time when every body are sleeping than I work on computer bcoz computer is part of our life. Thanks for your caring comment my dear.:))

Kajal said...

Hey Raks Kitchen,

Thanks you for your warm wishes my dear. Good Day.:))

Kajal said...

Oh my dear LATHA,
Thanks for your polite words my dear. Just wait for my diwali post......I am glad to see your comment.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Saju,

Thanks a lot......
Cheers!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Cynthia,

Yes....this green brinjals are not found every where but you know this is good in taste as compare to other brinjals and also cook in few minutes. Thanks for your kind words.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Seema,

Thanks for your nice appreciation. Try and taste and feel like heaven with guju recipe.:))

Kajal said...

Hi TBC,

Yes, I am back my dear....Happy Diwali to you and your family!!!

Kajal said...

Hello Asha,

Thanks you my dear for your lovely words. I know you love the brinajal and Dr. Aravind love the bitter gourd if I am not wrong. Have a nice day!!!!

Kajal said...

Hello Laavanya,

Oh.....if you want microwave recipe than tell me I have also microwave recipe with out steaming. But anyway stuffed bhindi taste good in any way you cook. Thanks for your nice words.

Kajal said...

Thanks SIA for your lovely words..:))

Kajal said...

Hello Musical,

Yes you are right if you want Gujarati food taste than eat with plain daal and bhakri. I love your cute words my dear.:))

Bhavani said...

Hi Kajal,
Saw u'r site, n impressed with the recipes. As, I'm a big fan of gujarathi dishes. Wanted to know good vegetables that goes well with the meetha daal.
N also one more suggestion, if u'r site is little more organised, will be easier to navigate.

thank u
bhavani

Sirisha Kilambi said...

wow Kajal....Looks absolutely delicious :-) Happy Diwali to u and family dear :-)

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Jeena said...

Hey Kajal this recipe looks amazing the pictures look really good. I never ued green eggplant before, how do they taste compared to black eeg plant? Great post. :-)

Kajal said...

Hello Bhavani,

Thanks for your nice comment.
Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Sirisha Kilambi,

Thank you my dear.
Have a great day .:)

Kajal said...

Hello Jeena,

First of all thanks for visiting my site and give your valuable comment here. Green eggplant is more tasty as compare to black eggplant. It is also cook easily compare to black eggplant and Good for health also.:))

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