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Recipe: stuffed Brinjal Curry, how to make gujrati bharela ringna-bateta

Priya Joshi | Feb 29, 2016 | 15 Comments so far

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bharela ravaiya
Bharela Ravaiya-gujrati recipe
Bharela Ringna-bateta is subji We (Me and My hubby) can eat any time.This is very similar to bharli vangi recipe.
This recipe is versatile and every region has their own version.Like in maharashtra ,This dish has very prominent flavor of coconut.What makes This Gujarati dish unique is the flavor of coriander powder and the taste of peanuts.I learn this recipe from my mom.
In this recipe, I prepare Masala using besan, Jaggery,Coriander powder,Red chili powder,Oil and other routine masala.
"Bharela Ravaiya" is the another name of this recipe as baigan is also known as Ravaiya in some region of gujarat.This is one of our family festive and favorite recipe. This recipe is Main course recipe goes best with Simple Chapati or roti,Gujrati dal and rice.

You may Like Other Gujrati Recipes like Lasniya Bataka, Gujarati Kadhi, Khichado, Patarveliya, Sev tameta nu shak

Recipe Details below:

  Recipe Bharela Ravaiya-how to make Gujarati stuffed brinjals

Prep Time : 15 min
Cook Time :30 min
Total Time :45 min
Main Ingredient :Brinjals
Serves : 2
Cuisine :Gujarat

Ingredients:
  • Brinjals - 5 to 6 nos 
  • Baby potatoes- 4-5 
  • Salt - to taste
  • Tomato,Grated OR Puree - 1 medium size
  • Water - 1+1/2 cup approx
  • Oil - 4 tbsp
  • Coriander powder - 4 tsp
  • Red chilli powder 2 tsp
  • Turmeric Powder - 1 tsp
  • Fresh Coriander - 2 tbsp
  • Peanuts - 3 tbsp
  • Jaggery - 1 tbsp
  • Garlic cloves - 5-6 
  • Green chili - 1 medium 
  • Gram Flour/Besan - 1 tbsp
  • Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
  • Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  • Asafoetida - a pinch
    Method/Assembling: 
    1. Wash brinjals and potatoes.Slit brinjals into 4 without breaking them and soak them in salted water.cut potatoes in similar way and soak them as well.
    2. Make a fine paste of peanuts,green chili,garlic cloves and coriander leaves.transfer them in mixing bowl.
    3. now Add salt,besan,Coriander powder,red chili powder ,tumeric powder,Salt,Jaggery  and 1 tbsp oil into mixing bowl.
    4. Mix them very well.
    5. Now, stuff brinjals and potatoes with this masala.Do not throw remaining Masala if there is any.
    6. Heat 3 tbsp oil in pressure cooker.
    7. Add mustard seeds and cumin.when they crackle,add asafoetida.
    8. Add tomato puree and saute it for a while.add a pinch of red chili powder.
    9. Add Potatoes and brinjals. Saute them for a while.Add water ad remaining masala.
    10. Cover with cooker lid and pressure cook them on medium flame for 4 whistles.
    11. gaarnish with coriander leaves.
    12. Serve hot with roti.

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    15 comments

    1. Love brinjals, this sounds delicious. Diane

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    2. Oh my fav brinjal...any number of new recipes r welcome for this veggie...loved it :)

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    3. i love all those different varieties of brinjal we get. This looks yum

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    4. Bharela ringna bateta bau tempting and delicious laage che....Lunch time nai tho occasion maate perfect sabji che...

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    5. looks so flavorful and YUMMY!

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    6. Looks good and I sure would love to try it.

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    7. I'm not familiar with Bharela Ringna-bateta, but it sounds delicious! I'm a big fan of coriander!

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      1. Hi David, It is traditional indian recipe...It is delicious in taste. I hope you will like it too..

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    8. I like brinjal very much. This time I will make brinjal in this way.
      Thanks for sharing.

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      1. Thank you Puja ... Do try and let me know

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    9. Looks yummy. I do try all brinjal variations as my dad loves the veg

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