Thursday, August 19, 2010

Vangi Bath /Brinjal Rice



Ingredients:
Rice - 1 cup
Tender purple brinjals - 200 gms
Dry red chillies - 8
Hing - a pinch
Ghee - 1 Tblsp
Oil
Curry leaves few
Cashew nuts - 10-12
Salt as required
Big onion- 1
For seasoning:
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Jeera - 1/2 tsp
Urad dal - 1 tsp
Chana dal- 1 tsp
Curry leaves - few
For masala powder:
Poppy seeds - 2 tsps
Grated dry coconut - 1 1/2 tblsps
Cinnamon - 1/2 inch piece
Elaichi (Cardomom) - 2
Coriander seeds -3 tsps
Method:
Cook rice cool and then keep aside.
Cut the brinjal into small cubes.
Cut the onion into slices.
Roast the items to powder and dry grind them into powder and keep aside.
Heat oil in a kadai and add the seasonings and then add the sliced onions and fry the onion slices and then add the hing and brinjals.
Fry and cook in medium flame till it is cooked well.
Now add the powdered masala spices and stir and mix well.
Add salt and mix nicely and fry for few more minutes.
after the brinjal is cooked well remove from fire and mix the masala brinjals with rice nicely.
Take a kadai put ghee in it and add broken cashewnuts and roast nicely and add to the rice.
Now the Vangi bath is ready to be served with any raitha of your choice.



36 comments:

  1. Each rice grain is visible....Looks yummy
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. I haven't tasted this rice yet..recipe sounds gr8..

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  3. Mouth-watering!!!! Love Brinjals in any form!!! Cashews on that plate is so Inviting!!! :) Dinner Time romba pasikarathu!!!

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  4. Simply yummy!!!wish to have some.:)

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  5. Really delicious, love your preparation for this dish...

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  6. Yummy and tempting rice..thanks for this delicious recipe..

    Regarding the round-up, the event will end only by October 10. So, I'l be posting it after a week of end date.

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  7. Yummy Yummy rice, looks delicious!!!

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  8. Love this one dear. I love it, but never tried it at home. May be it is time :)

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  9. Vangibath looks delicious. Earlier i used to make it. I need to start again. This one is tempting.

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  10. This si my all time fav rice...perfect for lunch boxes too...yummy..

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  11. Very nice and new type of dish. Brinjal rice looks fabulous and yummy.

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  12. Vangi bhath, a delicious recipe thanks for sharing..

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  13. Wish you Happy Rakshabandhan.

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  14. First time heard of brinjal rice...luks very interesting.

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  15. Brinjal rice looks inviting.. Love it, totally delicious!!!

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  16. Have heard abt this rice...but hvent tried it out myself...urs tempt me to try

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  17. This is one of my favourite rice dishes any day. Your version looks delicious!

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  18. love making this rice looks delicious
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  19. wish I can have that plate now...looks so yummy !

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  20. That looks delicious and inviting dear....u made me hungry!!

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  21. Perfect... and I m loving it..
    Not a big fan of Brinjal.. and we hardly buy it.
    With loads of recipes floating on this veggie.. I m going to invest on it.. once I finish my refrigerator pantry...


    Lovely potato roast too.. just saw the post below.. A lovely saturday evening.. rasam & potato roast... Excellent treat to the family

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  22. Though I'm not a big fan of brinjal this looks so inviting..

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  23. Happy Ganesha Chaturthi to you and your family. Hope Lord Ganesha brings happiness and peace in your life.

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  24. Looks tempting...loved your roasted potato too....lovely blog....

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  25. wow perfect roasted potatoes. my fav snacks. love this vangi bath too.

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  26. Hi,

    yummy vangi bath...hmmm...

    Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  27. I am not normally a big fan of brinjals, but your recipe looks and sound SO delicious!

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  28. hi kitchen queen thx for ur lovely words and u have asked wht is meant by all purpose flour..its nothing but maida..

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