March 11, 2012

BRINJAL MILK CHUTNEY/VANKAYA PALA PACHADI

vankaya pachadi

simple pachadi recipes



I tried this brinjal chutney in my kitchen for the first time...rindu.......i added milk for rich taste in the chutney...senyumkenyit....when iam doing this iam not at all sure about the taste...kenyit....after tasted with rice oh!!my god!!!it just so good..sengihnampakgigi.........hope you guys will like this.......love....



Ingredients

brinjal-1big size
milk-1cup
red chilli-8-10(as per your taste)
cumin-1tsp
ginger-small piece
oil-2tsps
salt-to taste
urad dal/black gram-2tsps
turmeric-1/2tsp
curry leaves-1spring
tamarind-2tsps
asafoetida/hing-1 pinch
mustard-1tsp
Preparation

apply the oil to brinjal and put it on the flame of gas stove......

turn the sides and cook til soft.........

when the layer of the brinjal turns crispy and dry..

remove the peel after it cools...........mash the brinjal with fingers and keep it aside.......

boil the milk and let it cool.....

heat oil in kadai and add in cumin when it starts crackling add in broken red chilli,hing,ginger and mustard ...fry well for 1minute......

after it cools grind this along with tamarind paste,turmeric and salt.........and add in the mashed brinjal paste.....

in the left over oil fry the urad dal and curry leaves well.....

now in the boiled milk add the brinjal and grinded mixture and fried urad dal.........

serve the chutney with hot rice along with a spoon of ghee.........

NOTE

adding fried urad dal gives nutty and crunchy to the chutney............

adding milk gives a rich taste ........

if you dont like adding milk just skip it.....and prepare like a normal chutney..even without milk also it tastes good........



sengihnampakgigirindusenyumkenyitkenyitsengihnampakgigilove

39 comments:

  1. Pachadi looks great! I agree this will be good with hot steaming rice n ghee!

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  2. Never made eggplant chutney before. Must taste good.

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  3. Eggplant chutney?? Wow! That's gr8!

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  4. Have not tried eggplant chutney before and this looks very delicious!

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  5. Brinjal...hmm. I don't know what that is. Is it an eggplant? Because if so, I'm so there with this recipe!

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  6. Nice chutney. I always love this with rasam.:)

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  7. Yes...brinjal means egg plant...try this n let me know

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  8. First time in my life I am seeing a chutney preparation with eggplant !!! Sounds exotic ...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Very different and yummy chutney..

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  10. lovely eggplant chutney, new to me, sounds great dear..

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  11. new!new!new to me.........this is really nice!

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  12. Hey ths s somting very new to me n interesting toooo

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  13. I have tried brinjal chutney before (thanks to a south Indian friend who shared it) but I never added milk to it. this sounds like a very interesting addition. Can't wait to try it this way. :)

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  14. Another one of our kind of food and brinjals are also the must in my kitchen, mostly in curries. This recipe of yours is one of it I will give a try. I adore all the ingredients you have added inside to make it very flavourful.

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  15. This sure is a new combination for a chutney for me...brinjal and milk...am intrigued to know the taste...looks yummy...

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  16. Very different one.. Looks so yum

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  17. very innovative chutney dear......sounds great

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  18. 1 cup of milk sounds like a lot, but the chutney texture doesn't look watery at all. I have come across new combination of ingredients everywhere today. Looks good.

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  19. Never used or saw brinjal in a chutney, very innovative idea.

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  20. Such an exotic recipe for me...I'd love a sample :)

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  21. I never made chutney with eggplant. looks good and must be taste good.:)

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  23. I think I've only tried mango chutney before- would love to try this one!

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  24. wow..awesome recipe

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  25. Love ur method of making this chutney.

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  26. Adding milk to the chutney is a new recipe to me! good one

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  27. Very creative recipe as usual. I love the colour of this dish! It looks very creamy thanks to the addition of milk.

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  28. Never tried this chutney..looks yum.

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  29. I love brinjal- this one sounds yum!

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  30. Chutney with milk..??!!Interesting.must to try..

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  31. Adding milk is a new idea... that looks really tasty.

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  32. Never tried it milk. New idea..will have to check this out :)

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  33. Chutney with is a different which I never heard will def give a try ur pic is saying that it looks deliciousssss

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