Sunday, April 4, 2010

Brinjal Chutney

Ingredients:

  • Brinjal 1/4 kg
  • Turmeric pdr 1/4 Tsp
  • Vinegar 2 to 3 Tbsp
  • Jaggery 2 Tbsp
  • Ginger 1 big piece
  • Garlic 5 pods
  • Dry chilly 5
  • Cinnamon 1 small piece
  • Cardamom 3
  • Peppercorn 4
  • Clove 2
  • Oil

Clean and cut the brinjal into small pieces. Heat oil in a pan and add ground ginger, garlic and dry chilly along with turmeric pdr and fry it for few mins. Add brinjal and cook it well. Add vinegar and jaggery into the brinjal and stir it till the oil starts separating. Sprinkle powdered spices into this and cool it. Transfer it to a bowl.


[Recipe Courtesy: Sanjeev Kapoor Recipes.]

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80 comments:

  1. Hope u had a wonderful Easter..
    brinjal chutney looks delicious...good recipe too. worth a try

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  2. Tina,

    Brinjal chutney looks really good.

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  3. hey tina....thats a wonderful recipe....I rarely use aubergine in my recipe since my hubby hates it...damn..ur chutney looks so delicious...I will try this one....
    Pinney i have one doubt da. Could u please tell me the name of vinegar that u used for this recipe?...And whats that common vinegar that we get in india?....I went to buy vinegar in here, there were literally hundreds of vinegar like malt vingera, wine vingera, cider vinegar, synthetic vinegar and many more....i bought one that was plain coloured and thebottle looked like the one we used to get in india...But i had a disaster with that vinegar. A whole bottle of beetroot pickle ended up in bin!The flavour was too strong even though i used very little than mentioned in the original recipe....Sorry for this essay ketto...
    Luv,
    shabs.

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  4. Hey lovely chutney and beautiful click...

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  5. Tina...super chutney da...Hope you had a wonderful easter..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  6. Looks good..how do u take such beautiful pics? :)

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  7. Easter oru aghosham aakiyallo... Happy Easter!! :)

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  8. Chutney looks wonderful, sounds easy to prepare. Beautiful picture.

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  9. Awesome click. Looks so delicious :)

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  10. wow what a delicious chutney! Excellent click!

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  11. chutney looks very delicious tina...very beautiful click

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  12. Beautiful and delicious chuteny! Nice click too..

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  13. hey this looks nice, its scompletely new to me. Beautiful pic!

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  14. Dear tina...never heard of brinjal chutney...totally new to me....and its very easy to make too....i will surely try it...thanks for sharing...

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  15. Wat a beautiful chuntey, looks fantastic..

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  16. i m sure gonna try :) good one da :)

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  17. Never tasted this ............nice click

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  18. great recipe da...am drooling here...

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  19. Wow! This a very unique chutney. That too with brinjal! A must try !!!

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  20. never heard of brinjal chutney....looks so yumm yumm, dear

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  21. Brinjal Chutney seems interesting, will prepare next time ! Today only I finished off my brinjals with normal dry sabi, hope I had read your post yesterday !

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  22. Very tasty and interesting chutney recipe. Would give a try for sure.

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  23. yummy....................enthayirunnu easter special...

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  24. adipoli tina...superb photos and interesting chutney.

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  25. Beautiful photo! Interesting and tasty chutney!!

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  26. very unique way of using brinjal...hope you had a great easter...

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  27. That's a very yummy-looking chutney...love the color and the click!

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  28. never had this before...but sure looks yum..nice pic too

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  29. new recipe to me that too with brinjal,one of my fav veggie.nice cick

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  30. I never tried or tasted this one..sounds gr8....

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  31. hi tina,
    loved the recipe dear :) love these kinda preparations ...would try it soon :)
    Thanks
    awesome snap...looks like gobi manchurian
    TC

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  32. What a delicious looking chutney! Love eggplants....will have to make this.

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  33. Chutney looks awesome and tasty!

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  34. Wow. Nice chutney Tina, so different.

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  35. Interesting prepartion! love the colour of the chutney!

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  36. Beautiful picture...looks awesome!!!!
    new and yummy chutney..loved it..

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  37. Yummy recipe tina.....looks too good.

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  38. wow,looks soo good..
    great pic

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  39. Hi Tina
    There are some awards waiting for you at our space. Please stop by to collect them.

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  40. Different kind of brinjal chutney... Loved the spices that went into it.

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  41. wooow,,,chutney sounds great with brinjal,,looks delicious makes me hungry...

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  42. Superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.Tina adipoly photo toooo.

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  43. OMG,what a lovely snap! Love the recipe too!

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  44. Happy Easter.Hope u had a wonderful time!

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  45. Delicious chutney, I would love to try it!

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  46. Perfect treat for a brinjal lover like me !! The pic is amazing , very well shot ....

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  47. Chutney with Brinjal..kollallo videon :)

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  48. Wow.. wot a beautiful click... i m not very fond of brinjal..
    this pic makes me drool

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  49. Wonderful click tina.Delectable chutney that too with brinjal,it will nice combo with rotis.

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  50. looks so delicious , loved the click

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  51. this recipe sounds new & delicious, fantastic picture Tina!!!

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  52. enthuvarai try cheythittilla.adipoli click!

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  53. Must try this delicious recipe! Please visit my blog and accept the award.

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  54. this is so nice. i was just wondering what to do with left over brinjals! Yummy!

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  55. brinjal chutney..thats unique..ur pic looks mouth watering and boy would i love to try it..thanne samadikanam ketto..enik pattunilla everything together..mon ,blog ,studies...i am so tired all the time. cooking is just so that i can eat something else i would have quit it all together..he he he..
    pinne my date is on sept first week..urs is in july right?? its near..hmmm..

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  56. Terrific picture, makes one very hungry.

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  57. Very nice chutney. I too love to try great chef's recipes:)

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  58. Seriously mind-blowing pics. I am just drooling over here. Very beautiful clicks.

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  59. adipoli... super ayitundu.... never heard abt this one before... pakshe pic looks awesome

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  60. What a click yaar,Chutney adipoli.

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  61. neva tried this before...nice click..n looks yummy n spicy..lov to give a try...glad to follow u..since there many collections here..thx for sharing

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  62. Looks yum dear.. I have never even heard of doing brinjal this way...
    Hope you are doing good and hope your health is good too!! :)

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  63. lovely chutney.do visit my blog when you find some time.following you.

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  64. More and more I am enjoying the aromatic flavors of chutney. Your recipe makes my mouth water with delightful anticipation.

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  65. Chutney looks delicious Tina!!

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  66. once i had a brinjal chutney in my friend's house&that was a combo of biriyani..... colour of that similar to yours...will give a try next time.ooooo!!!!forgot to say its really a tempting one...

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  67. Thats a very new idea :) never saw brinjal chutney, i love brinjal , so does my better half, maybe i will try this :)

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