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Brinjal Chutney-ding Chick

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About Recipe

How to make BRINJAL CHUTNEY-DING CHICK

(9 ratings)
27 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
BRINJAL CHUTNEY-DING CHICK
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Brinjals
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : June 13, 2018


Ingredients used in BRINJAL CHUTNEY-DING CHICK
• Tamarind - 10 grams.
• Coriander leaves - 1 bunch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Green chillies - 4-5 numbers.
• Cumin powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Oil - 2 tablespoons.
• Brinajal - 1 number.
• Onions - 1/2 cup.
• Garlic - 3-4 numbers.
Method:
  • Take big size of brinjal cut into slices.
  • Take a pan add oil,cumin seeds,bringal slices,green chillies,mix well then add tamarind, salt corinader leaves mix again cook for 5 minutes in low flame keep mixing in between, if you want to close it with a lid you can and cook for 5 min.
  • If required add little water and close with a lid and cook once it is cooked siwtch of the flame, take Ding and mash the brinjal in the same pan.
  • you can also add Onions finely chopped,chopped garlic and coriander chopped and mix well.
  • Serve with roti or rice.






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shishirschauhan Posted on Fri Mar 28 2008

i m the first viewer,,,,,,,,,,ha ha ha

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adamp108 Posted on Fri Mar 28 2008

nice recipe...i would not be able to resist adding mint :)

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Aby Mathew Posted on Fri Mar 28 2008

I guess we can use a potato masher if we don't have the "ding".

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rsvpvr Posted on Fri Mar 28 2008

Typical Andhra chutney.........

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Halycyon Talkies Posted on Fri Mar 28 2008

aaha emi ruchi, thinara maimarachi roju thinna mari, moje theeranidhi!!!!

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guploo Posted on Sun Jul 27 2008

He does use a lot of salt in his recipes. Specially this iodized salt, highly processed, stripped of all minerals. YIKES!!!!

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guploo Posted on Sun Jul 27 2008

Sanjay, You're a great cook! and you know great cooks, use purest ingredients. Please check out Himalayan salt and stop using this crappy, iodized, white salt. In Usa it sells for 30$ per kilogram, I am sure you can buy for a fraction o

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guploo Posted on Mon Sep 22 2008

Anything 'diet' is junk, diet coffee, diet drinks, fat free etc etc. What you wrote above is nothing but junk science. If you care for your health, then dont follow the junk science and junk media. If fat was bad, then nature, god, creato

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guploo Posted on Mon Sep 22 2008

From the look of it, it's iodized salt, which is poison. At 3:01 you can see the can, I think it's Morton salt.

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guploo Posted on Mon Sep 22 2008

Fried onions comment was in general, as he has used it in his video, not for this video.

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krish207 Posted on Tue Sep 30 2008

You are so good, you should have a cooking show on TV

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rajratt Posted on Sun Oct 12 2008

can we add the ghee onto the dish once its done at the end or should we add it into individual portions just before eating?

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