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Watch: A Masala Recipe To Make Bharwan Baingan, Bharwan Bhindi And More Dhaba Style

Watch: A Masala Recipe To Make Bharwan Baingan, Bharwan Bhindi And More Dhaba Style

There is no comparison to dhaba food, right?! Every dhaba has the magic to make almost anything delicious. Foodies look forward to road trips so they can enjoy dhaba-esque food along the way. But why wait for road trips to enjoy dhaba food? Now you can make dhaba style bharwan sabzis at home such as bharwan baingan, bharwan bhindi, bharwan parwal and bharwan tinde, all thanks to food blogger Parul Gupta’s YouTube channel ‘Cook With Parul’.

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Bharwan Masala Recipe: Make Baingan, Bhindi, Tinda and More Vegetables With This Delicious Masala

Dry roast besan and remove from heat. Add coriander powder, cumin powder, red chili powder, amchur powder, hing, ground saunf and garam masala. Pour in drops of mustard oil and bring the masala together, it will be tight and coarse. Fill this into your choice of vegetables to make dishes like bharwan baingan, bharwan bhindi and bharwan tinde.

Pro Tip: Using besan ensures that the masala stays in the veggies and doesn’t fall out while roasting.

How To Make Baingan Bharwan Masala Curry Dhabha Style?

Fill the baingans with the masala prepared above. Fry the stuffed baingan shallow and keep it aside. Unlike most baingan bharwan curries, this one doesn’t require peanuts, cashews, or cream.

Heat oil in a pan, fry cumin seeds, mustard seeds, chopped green chillies and onions. Pour tomato paste and season with salt. Combine the masala and remove the pan from the heat. In a mixing bowl, add the whipped yogurt, coriander powder, chili powder, ginger-garlic paste, turmeric powder and remaining bharwan masala. Pour this into the pan and keep stirring until the yogurt is mixed with the tomato masala. Place the pan on a low heat and add the fried baingan. The dhaba style baingan bharwan is ready!

Pro tip: The same gravy can also be used to make bhindi, tinde, and parwal.

Watch the video for a step-by-step recipe:

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