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Oct 2, 2014

Aloo Baingan Recipe / Punjabi Aloo Baingan / Potato Eggplant Curry

Aloo Baingan Recipe
Today's recipe is a simple, flavorful and delicious side dish, Aloo Baingan / Potato Eggplant Curry. Again this is another recipe shared by my neighbor Aunt from whom i learnt making Punjabi Kadi Pakora and Punjabi Garam Masala Recipes. But this time, this Aloo Baingan is prepared by me, where as the Kadhi & Garam Masala are prepared by Auntie and I took pictures alone.

One fine day on a casual talk with her, she said the gonna prepare Aloo Baingan and Rotis for dinner. At first on hearing Aloo Baingan, i Thought that it as Baingan Bharta with some mashed potato and was curious to know the exact method of Aloo Baingan. But than she told me that Baingan Bharta is different and Aloo Baingan is different and also the recipe for the later one. I was impressed with the recipe and the very next day i prepared it at home and shared with her. After tasting it, she said that it is little spicy than her version and perfectly cooked masala and yummy too. Whatelse i want, she never fails to appreciate me after tasting my recipes, Aunt and the whole family loves my cooking and Bhaiya always suggest me to open an Indian Restaurant ;) Yeah, that's my dream too and hope it happens one day !! Now off to the recipe...

Aloo Baingan Recipe
                                                         Aloo Baingan Recipe
Preparation Time : 10 minutes | Cooking Time : 25 minutes
Recipe Category : Side Dish/Curry | Recipe Cuisine : Indian/Punjabi
Serves 4

Aloo Baingan Recipe

  1. Aloo/Potato   2 medium(peeled & Chopped length wise)
  2. Eggplant    1 no.( i used 3/4 of a big eggplant)
  3. or
  4. Indian Brinjal   5 or 6 no.
  5. Onion   1 medium(grind to paste)
  6. Tomato   1 medium(chopped)
  7. Garlic   2 fat cloves(crushed)
  8. Ginger   1/2 tsp(finely chopped)
  9. Chilli Powder    1/2 tsp
  10. Turmeric Powder   1/4 tsp
  11. Garam Masala Powder   1/4-1/2 tsp
  12. Salt   to taste
  13. Cilantro    2-3 tbsp(finely chopped)
  14. Oil   1 tbsp
  15. Jeera/Cumin seeds   1/2 tsp

First wash and chop potato and eggplant, grind onion and keep ready.
Then heat oil in a kadai, when it is hot add cumin seeds allow to splutter then add crushed garlic and fry well.
And add onion paste and saute in medium heat until raw smell leaves.
After that add finely chopped ginger and tomato and saute until tomato turns soft and mushy.
Then add chilli powder, turmeric powder and saute for a minute.
And then add sliced potato and stir fry well and add about 1/2 cup of water and cook covered till potato turns soft and tender.
After that add chopped eggplant or brinjal, and stir well and again cook covered for 7-8 minutes, add water if needed.
Once the veggies are cooked, add garam masala and simmer for a minute.
Lastly add some finely chopped cilantro, mix well and turn off the stove.
Aloo Baingan Recipe

Aloo Baingan Recipe

You can use small Indian Brinjals too, cut brinjals into length wise slices and use it in the recipe.
Adjust spices to your taste, also add water to the desired consistency.


  1. wow drooling and inviting... Superb clicks aks... chummave saptu kaali panniduvene....;)

  2. What a lovely click.Punjabi dishes are you Wally superb for rotis

  3. Lipsmacking aloo baingan, just need some rotis to clean that bowl..too delicious.

  4. Such a classic dish that simply elevates your sodden mood. Perfect for a winter s night too.

  5. aloo baigan looks so good. Love the masala powder. lovely photos.

  6. wow sangeetha.. drooling at your sabzi :)

  7. Just love this combination...

  8. mouthwatering baingan not in favor of this veggie much but this looks tempting with chapathis..great clicks!!

  9. Oh my goodness, this looks delicious! I’m definitely making Aloo Baingan! thanks for sharing!... Going to be my family favorite

  10. Great. Love this simple recipe. Let's see how a man made aloo baingan turns out to be.
    I am going to make this dish for my 17 yr old daughter. Bonding time!!!!

  11. Its really a good one.. I never can think that even brinjal may have been so delicious except varta.. Its easy to cook n with less spices.. Tastes yyuuummmm.. Thanks for d recipe


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