Baingan Aloo Sabzi - No onion no garlic recipe | Brinjal Potato Curry

February 28, 2017

how to make Baingan Aloo Sabzi - No onion no garlic recipe | Brinjal Potato Curry


Baingan Aloo Sabzi or Brinjal Potato curry, super quick and easy dish to make. It's a no onion no garlic recipe with step by step photos.


I learned this Baingan Aloo Sabzi, as called in Hindi, from my neighbor, who is a brahmin and makes delicious food. So, I will be coming with more of her recipes soon. She usually makes this to go along with purisduring 'pooja'. I really fell in love with these no onion no garlic recipes, as you don't have to cry and spend that extra time to prep your meal.




This very well goes  even with phulka or plain paratha. Here, I used boiled potato. So, added it after brinjal was cooked for 1 whistle. If you prefer to use raw potato, add it after adding cumin seeds and cook for few minutes. As, potato takes longer time to cook as compared to brinjal.

This curry is at it's simplest and tastes great. You should definitely try it and let me know.

How to make Baingan Aloo Sabzi, brinjal potato curry recipe, no onion garlic recipe with step by step photos:

1.  Wash brinjal. Cut its stem, cube it and immerse in water till you prepare other things. Heat vegetable oil in a pressure cooker. Splutter jeera. 

2. Drain and add brinjal. Mix well. Add hing and remaining masalas; turmeric powder, coriander powder, chilly powder and garam masala. 

3. Now add chopped tomatoes. Mix well. Cover the cooker. Cook for a whistle. 

4. Open the lid and add boiled potato and chopped coriander leaves. Cover and cook for another 1-2 whistles.


5. Turn off the flame. Open cooker. Mix and serve Brinjal Potato Sabzi hot with purior chapati.

how to make Baingan Aloo Sabzi - No onion no garlic recipe | Brinjal Potato Curry




Baingan Aloo Sabzi - No onion no garlic recipe | Brinjal Potato Curry
 CuisineIndian
 Prep Time10 minutes
 Cook Time5 minutes
 Servings
2 people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Wash brinjal. Cut its stem, cube it and immerse in water till you prepare other things. Heat oil in a pressure cooker. Splutter jeera.
  2. Drain and add brinjal. Mix well. Add hing and remaining masalas.
  3. Now add chopped tomatoes. Mix well. Cover the cooker. Cook for a whistle.
  4. Open the lid and add boiled potato and chopped coriander leaves. Cover and cook for another 1-2 whistles.
  5. Turn off the flame. Open cooker. Mix and serve with puri or chapati.


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