Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Baingan-Mooli ki subzi (eggplant-raddish dry curry)



This is a yummy subzi I learnt while in North India. Many of us reject raddish because of its smell. I usually make only sambar out of it! But this subzi goes great with rotis and tastes great.

Ingredients

2 cups diced raddish
1 cup diced eggplant
1 cup chopped onions
1/2 cup diced tomato
1 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp turmeric
1 tsp chilli powder
salt to taste
1 tsp cumin seeds
a dash of asafoetida
2 tbsp oil
fresh chopped coriander for garnish

Preparation

Heat a pan and add oil. To the oil add cumin seeds, while they splutter, add asafoetida and onions. Once the onions are sauted for a minute, add raddish, eggplant, salt, chilli powder, coriander powder and at last tomatoes. Mix it all well and cover with lid and cook on low heat for 15 minutes or till the veggies are soft and cooked.
Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve warm with rotis!!

This chutney is from Rak's kitchen:) I truly enjoyed the Sutta Kathirikkai chutney

14 comments:

kanthi said...

Sharmiji sabji bahuth achhi haein..just looking specially..

Ms.Chitchat said...

I make radish sabzi too and ur version sounds tasty,bookmarked.

Vani said...

Such an unusual combi (for me, at least). Gotta try!

sanjeeta kk said...

Never combined brinjal & raddish, looks good.

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RAKS KITCHEN said...

Baingan and mooli,both are my favorite,sounds nice... :)
Chutney looks awesome,thanks for the link love sharmi :)

Chitra said...

Looks yummy .this is new to me. never tried this combo :)

Priya Sreeram said...

i agree radish in sabzis tastes swell but with brinjals i have nevee tried tht--sounds interesting !!

Padma said...

Wow never tried that combination...subzi looks yummy and nice click too, Sharmi!

Smitha said...

lovely combination...healthy too!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, that is an unusual combo, never heard of. But, sure looks great.

Satya said...

Lovely curry Sharmi... hey you have an award waiting at my blog

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Ur version sounds different and inviting..
http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

aipi said...

Back home, my mom always used to make this combo , she also added potatoes sometimes and it tasted heavenly with rotis..your post made me nostalgic, thanks for sharing :)

prami said...

Liked the receipe.. Will try it in a gravy way for rice