Punjabi Baingan Bharta | Mashed Aubergines/ Eggplant

Thinking about my childhood punjabi baingan bharta comes straight to the forefront. Baingan at it’s best. The smell of roasted Baingan itself built my appetite.

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My mother made this very often and simple accompaniment such as Bondi Raita, papad, achar would bring such flavors. Frankly I think you need a Punjabi pallet to enjoy it’s actual taste.

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Here I have given a detailed step by step procedure to make baingan ka bharta. Hope you can easily make it. It’s quick easy and simply delicious.

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Ingredients :

500 gm roasted baingan / aubergine
2-3 cloves garlic minced(optional)
1 inch ginger pieces minced
Green chilies (as per taste)
1-2 large onions (I like them more)
1-2 large tomato chopped
Salt to taste
Kashmiri Red chili powder (to provide color)
Fresh coriander for garnish

Method:

Prepare the baingan by smearing oil all over the skin and put directly on an open flame. Keep rotating until done. It can be checked by poking a knife. If it goes in all the way without resistance it’s done.

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Now put aside and let it cool. Once cooled take the skin off and let it rest.

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Heat some oil and add onions and green chilies.

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Cook till translucent. Add ginger and garlic.

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Now cook for a few seconds and add chopped tomatoes.

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Add salt and red chili powder. Then add the prepared baigan.

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Mash properly and let it cook on medium high heat.

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It will take 15-20min to properly get the flavour.

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Enjoy with hot fulkas.

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