Brinjal bhaji recipes

Pakoda Platter

Pakoda Platter

Wash the Brinjal and cut thin roundels, soak in water until ready to coat & fry. Making Onion Bhaji. Coat the Brinjal roundels into the same bowl, we coat the bread slices
2016: A Year In Review

2016: A Year In Review

I also tried to make one of my favourite Indian dishes, brinjalbhaji (basically an aubergine curry), but rather than cooking down and giving a rich stew, the aubergine just stayed hard and super bland

Aloo Pakora | Ramadan Menu Plan (26-30)

Instead of potatoes, you can use sliced onion roundels (in the above pic), bread slices, slender and long purple brinjals, or you can even use peeled hard boiled eggs
Brinjal and spring onion bhajis

Brinjal and spring onion bhajis

I also suddenly decided it was 'finish everything in the fridge' day and so decided to use one brinjal which was crying out to me for attention
Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji

So the last time she made some awesome Pav Bhaji and I don't even want to remember how much I ate, because I ate A LOT
Monsoon Madness

Monsoon Madness

  In fact I am not sure that I have ever even eaten an Aubergine Curry before, or BrinjalBhaji as it is more authentically known, but I knew that I wanted to
Easy Gluten Free Chicken Curry

Easy Gluten Free Chicken Curry

I ate a Madras accompanied by BrinjalBhaji, Saag Bhaji, Pilau Rice and Cheese Naan every week for about 6 years
Mixed Vegetable Curry

Mixed Vegetable Curry

Brinjal, cabbage can be used but please do not use lady fingers. Add the salt, red chilli powder, turmeric, pav bhaji masala and ¾ cup water

Baby spice

I decided to make my dry spice stuffed baby aubergines (brinjalbhaji), which is ideally eaten with bread (no sauce for rice you see – unless there is something else saucy in your thali)

Brinjal Bhaji

2. Slice the aubergine into rings ½ inch (3 cm) thick. Place the aubergine slices on the griddle pan and cook for about 3 minutes each side (until there is black charring from the pan’s ridges)

Palak Paneer,Peas Palak or Corn Palak

After the water collected during rains is drained the growth is cleared there are beautiful vegetables planted and delicious fresh brinjals, corn, tamdi bhaji, dhavi bhaji, turnips, different gourds and of course palak/spinach grown and sold