Sunday, March 9, 2014

Baingan Bhartha–Oven Roasted Eggplant Recipe

 

 

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                 Baingan Bharta is another very hit dish in my family. Baingan bharta is typical North Indian recipe prepared by using roasted eggplant. These recipe has many variations according to state of Maharashtra. Some people add tomatoes to give tangy flavor, some give tadka or some add curd to give savory taste. Today I’m going to show, how are we making this dish at home? This is very simple and easy to make recipe. We called this as “ Vangyache Bharit’’ (in Marathi language). As all ingredients are raw, it gives different taste to your tongue.


Prep Time: 40 minutes | Cook time: 10 minutes | Serves: 2

 

Ingredient

Baingan/Eggplant

1

Onion

1

Oil

1 tsp

Cumin seeds

1/2 tsp

Red chili powder

1/2 tsp

Coriander powder

1/2 tsp

Turmeric

1/2 tsp

Sesame seeds

1/2 tsp

Crushed peanut

3 tsp

Cilantro

1/2 cup

Salt

As per taste

 

 

How to make ?

  • Preheat oven to 450 F. Grease eggplant with few drops of oil, make thin slits in the eggplant using knife. This will easy to cook faster. Roast or broil eggplant for 40 min. After 20 mins flip the eggplant and roast other side.

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  • Remove the tray, take out eggplant and keep aside to cool down. Then gently peel of the skin and mash it with your hands.

  • Finely chop onions and add into mixture. Add dry spices i.e. red chili powder, coriander powder, cumin seeds, turmeric, sesame seeds, oil, salt and mix well.

  • finally add crushed peanut and cilantro, stir well

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  • Serve with Roti.

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Note :

  • To give extra flavor, you can add tomatoes,curd or grated coconut also

  • You could also roast directly on gas flame, it will take less time than oven.

  • Adjust spice level as per your taste.

47 comments:

  1. Looks super tempting. We also make this dish but in a different way. delighted to find a new version

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  2. Simple and delicious recipe.should we want to preheat the oven

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    1. Yes, you have to preheat oven and turn on broil setting for roasting!!

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  3. So colourful and inviting side dish. A real yummy dish.

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  4. A new recipe for me! looks tasty

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  5. Bharta looks Yumm, like the color and texture, thanks for sharing.

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  6. looks tempting.. baingan bartha comes under my all time fav categories..

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  7. Beautiful recipe dear... I love baigan bharta and this recipe is very different... excited to try and make it :)

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  8. amazing dish and I have just now shared it in my fb page which a great mix of viewers and will drive traffic to your fb page and blog...good luck

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  9. Yemmy Baingan-bhartha...looks tempting ..

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  10. This is my favorite...quite tempting..

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  11. Looks super Yummy.. Loved it..

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  12. just made bharta yesterday... This looks super delicious:)

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  13. love the addition of peanuts in it.

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  14. Very colorful and inviting recipe dear ..Looks so yummy :)

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  15. wow thats an very delicious and inviting bhartha :) looks yummm and very tempting dear .. Love the color you got :)

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  16. Looks delicious..inviting click..you are a good photographer keep going..

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  17. Super tempting dish.my favorite too,yummy

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  18. Very inviting recipe...... love ur clicks.... love to have a portion of it :)

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  19. Super easy and tempting baingan bhartha...

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  20. love the colour and esp the smokiness of the brinjals gives such a nice aroma

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  21. yumm, got to try this! my sons dont like the skin of the eggplant, this is a sure way to get them to eat it :)

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  22. Delicious,looks so vibrant,tempting one

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  23. broiling it in the oven is a great idea!! Loved it..

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  24. Wow... That looks so yummy... Beautiful clicks too..Thanks for dropping by my blog.. Glad to follow your beautiful site...:)

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  25. bhartha looks delicious and tempting.

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  26. bhartha looks delicious and tempting..

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  27. Thank you so much gals.....!!

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  28. Delicious baingan ka bhartha love the color

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  29. I have never tried my hands at it...I see it being mentioned in the movies in the previous days and couple of recipes floating around in the blogging world....I take that as a sign that I should try it...will try ur recipe

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  30. Yummy curry.. Tempting me to make some..

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  31. My favourite recipe..............looks so tempting.love to have it any time.
    shobha
    www.shobhapink.blogspot.in

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  32. The roasting of eggplant in an oven is really cool. The addition of peanuts to the bhartha is very interesting. Nice recipe.

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  33. wow delicious , i hve to try once sony

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  34. Hi Sony,

    Your oven-roasted eggplant dip looks nice, creamy and healthy! One of these is not enough for me.

    Nice to know you via blogging. I'm now your latest follower and hope to hear from you at my blog too :D

    Zoe

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  35. oven roasted eggplant great idea!! thanks for sharing!

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  36. love baingan bharta. it looks yummy. great pictures.

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  37. Baingan bhartha looks delicious!

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  38. Bhartha looks super delicious.

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  39. yumm dish and well served with paratha...

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  40. Hi sony one question .Egg plant is not cooked again after adding the spices.So if we roast in gas is it enough?

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    1. Yup satya. you have to roast eggplant perfectly. As this is maharashtrian recipe, we should not cook eggplant after adding dry spices.

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