Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Brinjal Chutney - Version 1

In my home, for most of the breakfast varieties we have coconut chutney. Even if we have sambar also my family members will ask for coconut chutney. Its like we have addicted to this coconut chutney & too much of coconut is damaging our health.

So I have started replacing coconut chutney slowly... and that's why I cooked brinjal chutney today & recipe is here. Give a try with this recipe & I'm sure you'll like it.


Brinjal -3
Tomato - 2 big
Red chillis - 4/5
Urad dhal - 1 tbsp
Oil for frying

Cooking Method:

1. Heat 2 tbsp of oil in a heavy bottom frying pan.

2. Add urad dhal & fry until it becomes golden color. Then remove the fried urad dhal from pan and keep it in a plate. Let it cool.

3. Next add red chillis to the same oil, fry it for a minute & take the red chillis out of frying pan & place it in the same plate.

4. Now add the sliced brinjal, tomato, asafoetida & salt. Fry until the tomato & brinjal gets cooked. Once brinjal & tomato are cooked, allow it to cool.

5. When all the fried mixture are cooled, add them to the mixer & grind to paste.

6. Brinjal chutney is ready.  Brinjal chutney will be yummy with hot idli & dosa.

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  1. Delicious brinjal chutney love it.

  2. Looks really delicious and yummy..

  3. Interesting and yummy chutney!

  4. delicious one.. its my grand ma's spl...

  5. Thanks for your comments friends..:-)

  6. I've never heard of brinjal chutney, it sounds great and I'd love to try it!

    1. Really.....this chutney is famous in india/Chennai :-)

  7. :) i luv brinjal chutney ,this luks like my mom makes it..

  8. Delicious and healthy it.

  9. "Remember that Bengali households still are known for their amazing food culture and this fact is known world-wide :)

    tanSEN was bengali my dear friend, so were a lot of other people! want to see the entire list as it stands today? so was subash chandra bose and sri aurobindo :)

    and i can name a million others and i am proud to say our greateness can be exerted beyond our national borders.
    we are the fifth largest speakers!

    we bengalis have won pretty much every award in the world stage you name it we have it and we are damn proud of what we have :)

    its the only country in the world which took rebellion because it couldn’t speak its mother tongue and it won! and won so hard that the UN had to adopt that day as the international language day, which celebrates languages from all over the world.

    did you know that the FAMOUS SEARS TOWER is architectured by another bengali?"

    (MBA, IMT Ghaziabad)
    Bengaluru, Karnataka


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