Thursday, November 22, 2007

Baingan Burta/ Roasted Eggplant with Tomatoes

Baingan Burta


Roasting:

Eggplant - 1 no.(large and fat)
Oil - little to smear


First preheat oven to 250 ' C- Bake. Smear little oil to the eggplant and keep it on a tray lined with foil and roast the eggplant for 40 - 60 mins until the skin looks flaky and water oozes out. keep aside and remove the eggplant skin and tap it with serviettes to remove any water which is coming out and chop.

Other things we need:

Oil - 5 & 1/2 tbsp

Garlic - 7 cloves (sliced)
Ginger - 2 inch
(sliced and chopped)

Green chillies - 6 no.
(cut into small pieces)

Onions - 2 m
(chopped)

Tomatoes - 3/4 th tin

Coriander leaves - handful (chopped)
Salt to taste


Proceed:

1) Heat oil in a non stick kadhai, add sliced garlic, ginger and fry well . Add green chilli fry again.

2) Add chopped onion and fry until light brown.

3) Add chopped smoked eggplant and fry for 8 mins keep stirring.

4) Add 3/4 tin chopped tomatoes (cook first, for 1 min in microwave) and cook for 8 mins again or until oil floats on top, stirring in between.

5) Garnish with chopped coriander leaves, stir and remove from flame and add salt to taste.

Serve with Phulkas or Rice.


Eggplant used:


American Eggplant

© 2007 by Rajani Rayudu

13 comments:

easycrafts said...

Hi, First time on your blog...lot of new and simple recipes for me...

KayKat said...

Yum! I was just thinking of making bartha today :)

Asha said...

Great color, love Bharta:))

Nags said...

i have never tried tomato-baingan combo. looks yummy

Rajani said...

Hi Easycrafts,
Welcome to my blog!

Hi Kaykat,
Do try and let me know, thanx.

Hi Asha,
Thank you.

Hi Nags,
With bit of ghee in the end, it tastes even divine.

cheers
rajani

Lakshmi said...

Hi Rajani,
luv your blog. i did stop blogging, but i did used to visit your blog now and then.
nice recipes.
take care,
lakshmi

SriRamya said...

hai Rajini,
How do u do we r fine.
I saw ur items one by one.
why don't u write reciepes for Andhra specials like Burelu, ariselu, garelu......... so that we also learn.
childrens like kada.
Take care.

bee said...

thanks for dropping by, rajani. have added you to our blogroll. you have a nice blog here.

Rajani said...

Hi Lakshmi,
Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. Take care.

Hi Sree Ramya,
I am fine, good u r fine too. Emiti burelu, garelu, ariselu kavala.......inka intlo vanta cheyatem deniki adhi koda nene chesi pedate pole.......hihi

Hi Bee,
Welcome to my blog. Thanks for your recipe and thank you for adding me to your blogroll.

cheers
rajani

Boyina Jyothi Ravi kumar Yadav said...

hai Rajani Garu
mee Blog naku chaala bhaga nachindi
mee recipies kuda nachayee
when i am searching for one recipe on the internet i came to know abt ur blog it is very nice, the photos u kept along with recipes are very attractive.

one doubt Rajani garu , iam new to blogging can u plz give one suggestion regarding the blog development.
my doubt is here in ur blog when ever we click on some recipe/ Rangavallika it is showing the details on the blog post position.how is it possible?

in my blog i also wants to put the collectionof Rangolies at one side
for that i added an page element linklist and for that i attached an html file but i am unable to display the content of html file at blog position. can u plz give the procedure how to get it ?I will be waiting for ur answer

anyhow ur blog is very attractive and it is very useful to those who r learning cooking like me
bye

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Jyoti,
Thanks for your comments on my blog, I am glad that you liked my blog and it's posts.

Regarding your enquiry, I am sorry I could not understand completely. But here is the normal procedure I follow:

1) Sign-in to your account, you see dashboard, select New post tab, click on it. It will opens into new window, write the title for ex: muggulu 1, now in the post upload image by selecting "Add image"
it will opens into new window saying Blogger:uploads, select your image by downloading from your files. and select upload image. when it is finished press done. It will show in your editing post.
When it is finished click publish post.

2) Now go to "Edit posts" select the view page that you have published. for ex: edit view Muggulu1 you will see like this, select view, you will see the page, copy the http stuff. Now select view blog, go to the side bar, go to space where you have created link lists for ex: muggulu, you will see repair tools, click on it, you will see window saying configure link list.
where there is new site url, paste the http stuff here,
Give a new site url name for ex: muggulu1. Now press "Add link" and save changes. that's it.

You do the same for every posts. I keep everything in different categories. So select only where the lists should go in categories respectively.

Hope you understood what I am saying. Drop me a comment, if you still got doubts.

cheers
rajani

Boyina Jyothi Ravi kumar Yadav said...

Hi Rajani Garu
how r u
thanks for ur reply.I also tried it in the same way it worked
thank u so much
can i contact u for any doubts

thanks
bye

prash4wap said...

Hi Rajani garu,

thanks for the recipe first of all..you are doing a gr8 job n pl keep going

i have a comment though..could you plz add serving portions to recipes so we know proper estimation
thank u v much
Prash