Dahi Baingan (oriya Dish)

Served HotServed Hot VegetarianVegetarian
Very Good based on 2 Ratings

Listed in : Vegetarian , Vegetarian Curries , Vegetarian Gravy , Vegetarian Sidedish , Special Diets , Special Diets No Onion & No Garlic , Special Diets Jains

Servings: 4
  • Eggplant, Raw, Egg Plant 1 Eggplant (baingan/brinjal or chinese eggplant)
  • Curry Leaf, Murraya Koenigi, Karivepallai, Curry Leaves, dry curry leaves curry leaves
  • panch phoran (mustard, fenugreek,cumin, kalajeera, fennel seed )
  • Yogurt, Plain, Low Fat, Curd, yoghurt 250gm (curd) yogurt
  • Brown Sugar, 1 teaspoon sugar
  • Salt, Common Salt, Rock Salt, Table Salt salt to taste
  • Green Chillies, Chilies, Hot Chili, Green, Raw, Chilli, Chilly 2 green chilies
  • Ginger Root, Raw, Fresh Ginger (small) ginger 1 piece
  • Turmeric, Ground,powder, Haldi, Nitu Didi turmeric powder (a pinch of ) turmeric powder
  • Canola Oil, Vegetable Oil, Cooking oil for frying

Instructions (Preparation Steps):

  • Cut brinjal into thin 2-inch long pieces.
  • Mix turmeric and salt in brinjal Deep fry the brinjal pieces and keep aside.
  • Mix yogurt gently with sugar, salt and little water and fried brinjals.
  • Heat one table spoon of oil in a pan and put the panch puran and allow them to splutter.
  • Add green chillies and ginger and fry them and then add curry leaves.
  • Then add it to yogurt and serve.
Cook's Tip:
If you cook Indian food, you are bound to get turmeric stains on your clothes at one time or another. The good news is they're really easy to take out. Wash the stained clothes/kitchen linen immedeately in cool water and soap. Dry in the sun and the stain will fade to a very pale pink. Wash the article again and the stain will be gone!
If you happen to over-salt a pot of soup, just drop in a peeled potato. The potato will absorb the excess salt.
To reuse cooking oil without tasting whatever was cooked in the oil previously, cook a 1/4″ piece of ginger in the oil. It will remove any remaining flavors and odors.


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