Baingan Recipes- Also known as eggplant or bainganin Hindi, this purple coloured vegetable when roasted starts to turn black on the outside and soft on the inside. Aubergine is a gorgeous, purple-coloured vegetable with a ...
Baingan Recipe: This khatte meethe baingan is sure to be a hit across room for its scrumptious medley of flavours. Tried it yet?
What makes this aubergine dish a lip-smacking treat is of course the crisp outer slathered with spices and the delicate inner flesh which just melts in the mouth as you bite into it.
You are sure to fall in love with the halved brinjals stuffed with caramelised spicy onion paste with a hint of zest from lemon.
Bharwa baingan is an Indian delicacy that is ideal to turn brinjal-haters to brinjal-lovers!
While the rich use of tomatoes give the recipe its characteristic 'Khatta' or tangy taste, a pinch of sugar helps rev up the 'Meetha' quotient of the curry.
A delicious, seasonal Malvani preparation using fine, dried prawns, combining them with brinjal and potato, this spicy bhaji is packed with flavour and texture.
The Dual Grafting of Brinjal and Tomato (Brimato) was demonstrated at ICAR-Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
While many dont tend to enjoy baingan, this underrated vegetable can be turned into some of the most delicious dishes in Indian cuisine.
Some eggplants actually do look like eggs - small, white, ovoid. Hence their name in English-speaking North America. Yet most of the world uses other monikers. Over in Britain, they are aubergines (in France, too, ...