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Baingan Ka bharta

Winter is coming and who doesn't like a nice Warm Baingan Ka Bharta with nice hot phulka.. Dream food!

Cooking is not my passion alike creating images but I enjoy avoiding myself going home sick. Home food is like heaven, its beats all the fancy dancy around promising you to forget things back home but the reality is Ghar Ka Khana, Ghar ka Khana hota hai!

Open your fridge and if you see few of the mentioned below stuff lying in grab them all and make it worth it. A good way to impress your date too.


one brinjal

one red tomato

one green chilly (finely chopped)

one red onion (thinly sliced or chopped)

garlic (roughly crushed and chopped)

salt to taste

black pepper

mustard oil


prepare the brinjal by puncturing it with a knife in all the direction in a random fashion, it helps the heat to enter and let it get cooked evenly. Grill the brinjal over the gas on a medium flame. Grill it till the skin of the brinjal starts peeling off and the brinjal has gone soft.

Keep the brinjal aside to cool down.

Repeat the above procedure with the tomato.

Keep the onion, chilly and garlic chopped n sliced as liked and put it in a bowl. Once tomato is cooled chop it finely. Peel the brinjal and add it to the rest of the ingredients and mash it roughly.

Add salt, black pepper and mustard oil as needed and mix it roughly.

Accompany it with nice hot phulka and serve it hot!

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