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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

VANGI BATH(BRINJAL RICE)RECIPE| EGGPLANT RICE

Brinjal rice is a good treat for brinjal lovers like me.. My mom used to pack this for my lunch box and my friends will finish it off in no time. After marriage,i hardly made this very few times,since my hubby doesn’t prefer brinjals. This time when my neighbor gave me a pack of brinjals ,i decided to make rice of of that and shared the rice with them also.

vangibath

Coming to the recipe, first you need the VANGIBATH POWDER and the recipe for that is:

 

CORIANDER SEEDS 3 TBLSP
REDCHILLI 8-10 NOS.
CHANNA DHAL 2 TBLSP
SESAMME SEEDS 1 TBLSP
CLOVES 2 NO.

METHOD:

Dry roast all the ingredients and allow it to cool. When done,make it to a fine powder and store it in a container.Now the vangibath powder is ready.

Now coming to the recipe of the VangiBath .You need:

RAW RICE | BASMATHI RICE 1 CUP
ONION 1 NO
OIL 2 TBLSP
VANGIBATH POWDER 2 TBLSP
BRINJAL 3 NOS.
MUSTARD SEED 1 TSP
URAD DHAL 1 TSP
PEANUTS 1 TBLSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW

brinjal rice

METHOD:

  • Cook the rice with 1 and half cup of water and allow it to cool completely.
  • The grains should be seperate
  • Cut the brinjals into small cubes.(i used the long purple colour brinjal)
  • Cut the onions lenghtwise.
  • Heat a kadai and add the oil.Temper with mustard seeds,uraddhal,peanuts and curry leaves.
  • Add onions and saute them for till golden brown.
  • Add the brinjals and add salt  and turmeric powder.
  • Cook in medium flame till the brinjals become tender.
  • Don’t add water.
  • Add the vangibath powder and gently mix with the brinjal mixture.
  • Mix gently with the rice..

Transfer to a serving bowl and enjoy with any raitha of your choice.

vangibath

44 comments:

  1. Brinjal rice looks mouthwatering and tempting..great way to add vegees in rice dishes..love the pics..thanks for sharing

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  2. Brinjal Rice looks so yumm!!! A lovely click too:)

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  3. Brinjal rice looks amazing...and yummy..

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  4. My husband doesn't like brinjals too but eats quite a few dishes made with it now.. like vangi baath :) Looks yummy Jeyashri.

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  5. My fav one looks tempting ...I do in different way.. this is perfect lunch box menu too.. check mine when u find time.

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  6. Brinjal rice looks yumm,never tasted this,thanx for sharing...

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  7. brinjal and rice both are fav and heard a lot about vangi bath. the dish looks yum and lovely click as well.

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  8. brinjal rice sounds good , full of flavours and comforting!!! nice dish!!

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  9. Lovely presentation,looks delicious....

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  10. yummy brinjal rice, dear...looks delicious!

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  11. Brinjal rice looks so yummy... Nice click..

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  12. Wow my favourite vangibhath..looks fantastic Jeya..

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  13. one of my favorites..had made it couple of day back..nice pic

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  14. Awesome Jeyammaa! Looks mouthwatering.

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  15. wow jeyashree this vangi bhaat luks very delicious, very nice recipe...i love it, vk try ur version nxt tym...very nice click

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  16. Rice looks delicious and the grains are so long and separated .Nice click too.

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  17. Sounds easy enough to try it out,will try this version soon!

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  18. Vangibath is one of family favorite rice dishes..I carried it almost in my lunch box for 12 yrs..now I dont want any more..he he...
    looks really yummy..

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  19. i havent heard of this before..for sure gonna try it and see :)

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  20. Wow looks so tempting its my fav too.....

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  21. Wow This is my favorite dish as I am also a brinjal lover like you.I am hungry now.

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  22. Sooo yummy and tempting rice...

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  23. This sure sounds delicious and looks wonderful..Thanks for the Vangibath masala too...

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  24. it must have tasted heavenly with homemade spice powder

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  25. This looks yummy n very tempting!

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  26. Am sure it tastes wonderful.. But I just cant make them as DH doesnt like Brinjal.. I'll make it for myself someday! :)

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  27. My fav mixed rice looks yummy. nice photo.

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  28. Oh wow!!! rice looks so comforting and yummy!!!! i m lov in it...

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  29. looks delicious..nice click.

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  30. Plz do collect your awards from my blog :)..Happy Valentines day!!!

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  31. Wow....that's an flavourful rice recipe...looks yummy....

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  32. Just now made and ate...yummy it was...thanks for the recipe dear

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  33. Thanks for a lovely recipe

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  34. My kids loved this. thankyou for the recipe

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  35. hi Jeyashri was reading all your recipes..Since im a learner of ccoking it would be great and helpful if you post ingridents as numbered quantity instead of spoons and cups..

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    1. Today I tried this rice.it was so good

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  36. Today I tried out this rice.it came so good.thank u

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  37. Hi Jeyasri madam, Am a frequent visitor of ur blog. Ur recipes are too good and easily understandable. Can u let me know how long we can preserve this vangi bath powder.

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    1. Thanks for the message. this podi can be stored in the refrigerator for a week

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  38. Made this dish few times, turns out well... My hubby's favorite now....
    Thanks jeyasri... Your recipes are easy to follow and it always turns out well...

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