This is the Sindhi style fried brinjals. We usually serve them with dal chawal and fote bhugi khichnee as an accompaniment. Select the medium sized brinjals. Adjust the spices as per your liking.
Brijals .... 6 or as needed
Oil ........ for frying
Salt .... as needed
Red chilli powder .. 1/4 tsp
Cumin powder ....... 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder .. 1/4 tsp
Amchoor powder .... 1/4 tsp
Slice the brinjals lengthwise into two. Make cuts on it as shown in the image.
Immerse them in salt water until you fry them.
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the brinjals on medium flame.
Turn the sides pressing them lightly so that the inside gets cooked well.
When they are nice and crispy remove them in a plate. Sprinkle the spice powders on top.
This looks lip smacking!!...Love to have some right now...you have explained very well about the making.ReplyDelete
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I love brinjal, so this recipe is right up my street, Such a flavourful and fuss-free recipe. Bookmarking it.ReplyDelete
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Such a flavorful and delicious brinjal preparation! Looks yum :)ReplyDelete
It's interesting how the same vegetable is cooked in so many ways across the different cuisines of India. I knew about the fried Bengali Baingan Bhaja but didn't know Sindhi cuisine also had something similar! So happy to learn this new recipe. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
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