March 29, 2011

Brinjal Fry

    Hello Bloggers!!! Here is a recipe coming up from me after a long time - yes, it has been more than a week. Today's recipe is Brinjal Fry. Its my hubby's all time favorite. He'll like this even if i prepare for all the 7 days. When i tried this first, it wasnt much crispy but after my first try, it came out well and thought of posting this. So here comes.....



INGREDIENTS
Slited Brinjal - 1/4 kg
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 Nos. (Optional)
Sambar Powder - 1 spoon
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Salt - To Taste
Oil - To fry

METHOD:
     Take a frying pan, heat 2 spoons of oil, add chopped onion, saut it until it become translucent. Add chopped tomato, fry it until it mix nicely with fried onions. Then add sambar powder, turmeric powder and salt, fry it until the oil comes out. Then add slited brinjal, fry it by closing the pan with lid for 5 mins. Open take off the lid and allow it fry it in simmer until it reach crispy consistency.

     Friends, sending this entry to Priya's Guest hosting event which was started by Kalyani


10 comments:

Priya said...

Even its my fav,just love it with curd rice..

Reva said...

Hi, I was just thinking that I am missing someone from the blogging world... Your post came up on my dashboard .... How r u? katharikkai arumaiyaa irukku.... naan ippo Cbe'la irukein...:)
Reva

Harika's Kitchen said...

Should try looks awesome. I have lots of baigan in my fridge. Tfs.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Oh so nice of u. Even last week i was in Salem :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Fry looks super delicious...

apsara-illam said...

ஹாய் சங்கீதா..,பார்க்கும் போதே சூப்பராக இருக்குங்க..
உங்களுக்கு எனது இல்லத்தில் ஒரு அவார்ட் தந்துள்ளேன்.முடிந்த போது வந்து பெற்றுக்கொள்ளுங்கள் சரியா...
நன்றி.

அன்புடன்,
அப்சரா.

SouthindianHome said...

Mouthwatering recipe

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reshmi Mahesh, Priya, Harika, SI Home: Thank u friends.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Apsara: Oh so nice of u. Sure, will collect it. Thanks

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Love the crispy ones...

March 29, 2011

Brinjal Fry

    Hello Bloggers!!! Here is a recipe coming up from me after a long time - yes, it has been more than a week. Today's recipe is Brinjal Fry. Its my hubby's all time favorite. He'll like this even if i prepare for all the 7 days. When i tried this first, it wasnt much crispy but after my first try, it came out well and thought of posting this. So here comes.....



INGREDIENTS
Slited Brinjal - 1/4 kg
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 Nos. (Optional)
Sambar Powder - 1 spoon
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Salt - To Taste
Oil - To fry

METHOD:
     Take a frying pan, heat 2 spoons of oil, add chopped onion, saut it until it become translucent. Add chopped tomato, fry it until it mix nicely with fried onions. Then add sambar powder, turmeric powder and salt, fry it until the oil comes out. Then add slited brinjal, fry it by closing the pan with lid for 5 mins. Open take off the lid and allow it fry it in simmer until it reach crispy consistency.

     Friends, sending this entry to Priya's Guest hosting event which was started by Kalyani


10 comments:

Priya said...

Even its my fav,just love it with curd rice..

Reva said...

Hi, I was just thinking that I am missing someone from the blogging world... Your post came up on my dashboard .... How r u? katharikkai arumaiyaa irukku.... naan ippo Cbe'la irukein...:)
Reva

Harika's Kitchen said...

Should try looks awesome. I have lots of baigan in my fridge. Tfs.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Oh so nice of u. Even last week i was in Salem :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Fry looks super delicious...

apsara-illam said...

ஹாய் சங்கீதா..,பார்க்கும் போதே சூப்பராக இருக்குங்க..
உங்களுக்கு எனது இல்லத்தில் ஒரு அவார்ட் தந்துள்ளேன்.முடிந்த போது வந்து பெற்றுக்கொள்ளுங்கள் சரியா...
நன்றி.

அன்புடன்,
அப்சரா.

SouthindianHome said...

Mouthwatering recipe

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reshmi Mahesh, Priya, Harika, SI Home: Thank u friends.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Apsara: Oh so nice of u. Sure, will collect it. Thanks

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Love the crispy ones...