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Monday, October 17, 2011


Commonly known as the eggplant, brinjal is one of the most easily available and affordable vegetables. In its unripe form, it is a large greenish-whitish vegetable and when ripe, it turns a deep violet. Brinjal can be cooked in many different ways and provides many essential nutrients that are needed for overall well-being of the body. In fact, one can even take brinjal soup to attain maximum benefits from this vegetable. It is a very good source of potassium and contains a high content of water and fiber. Check out the nutritional value and also the health benefits of eating brinjal.
Nutrition value of brinjal:
Given here is the nutrition value of a serving of 100 g
Calcium - 525 mg
Cholesterol - 16mg
Dietary Fiber - 4.9g
Iron - 6mg
Potassium - 618mg
Protein - 8g
Saturated Fat - 5.2g
Sodium - 62mg
Sugars - 11.4g
Total Carbohydrates - 17.8g
Total Fat - 27.5g

  1. potato-1/2cup
  2. large onion-half
  3. tomato-1/4cup
  4. mustard oil
  5. salt
  6. water
  7. curry leaves
  8. coriander leaves
  9. mustard seeds
  10. coriander powder-2tsp
  11. red-chilli's powder-1tsp
  12. turmeric powder-1/4tsp
  13. brinjal-1cup
  • wash the potato and brinjal.potato and brijal cut into small pieces.both are drop the water.
  • brinjal,potato suddenly change the color.
  • take a non-stick pan,heat comes in a pan add 5tsp of mustard oil ,mustard seeds,curry leaves and onion.onion comes in golden brown add tomatoes. 
  • fry 5mins.after 5mins add potato and brinjal.frying oil in 5mins.
  • add all the powders,salt ad water.
  • boil 19mins.after 19mins switch off the flame.take another bowl drop the brinjal potato curry decorate some coriander leaves.

  • boiled rice,curd rice,rasam,tamarind rice

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