Bengan Bharta

Bengan Bharta
Bengan Bharta

Location : Punjab.

Ingredients : Bengan, Tomato, Coriander Leaf, Onion, Garlic, Green Chili, Fenugreek, Turmeric, Salt, Cumin Powder, Coriander Powder, Oil.

Recipe at a Glance : Roast bengan ⇒ peel out ⇒ chop all vegetables ⇒ leave fenugreek in hot oil ⇒ add chopped vegetables except coriander leaves ⇒ fry ⇒ knead roasted bengan and add with fried vegetables ⇒ add turmeric, salt, cumin powder, coriander powder ⇒ turn, mix and cook well ⇒ add chopped coriander leaves ⇒ turn and cook.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. sebby holmes says:

    These look so vibrant and tasty 😋

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    1. Let’s have some. Thank you.

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  2. This recipe is very different from the eggplant bharta we make in Punjab. I will try it to explore the difference in taste. If you go to my blog you will see my grandmother’s recipe for classic Punjabi style bharta. Please let me know what you think of it. You have done such extensive research on Indian food so your opinion would be of interest to me.

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    1. (280000) 2.8 Cr. people live in Punjab, India. And there are more than 9 ‘Bengan Bharta’ recipes we have discovered and might be there are more. And each of them claimed his/her recipe is authentic and traditional. G.I.(geographical indications) of Rasogolla (the sweet of West Bengal) got approval through court, so its very difficult to consider which is actual, authentic and traditional. So by the time we will present all kinds of ‘Bengan Bharta’ recipes.
      ‘Mashed Eggplant’ Bengan Bharta is a dish from the Indian subcontinent that originated in the Punjub region and bears a resemblance to Baba Ghanoush and Mirza Ghassemi. Bengan Bharta is a part of the national cuisine of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. I have tasted Bengan Bharta in Pakistan and Bangladesh with different recipes and contents. Thank you for your interest and information.

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      1. Wow you have a lot of knowledge.

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      2. Oh, no ! its nothing. I cant deserve it. Just my work teach me. You are welcome.

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