SMOKED BRINJAL MASH (BHARATA)2018-02-01
- Yield : 3
- Servings : 2 -3
- Prep Time : 10m
- Cook Time : 20m
- Ready In : 20m
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A bonfire is a tempting place to be around during a cool weather be it winters or monsoons so may be we could make that itself as our kitchen for a change. A brinjal relish to be had when you are hit by the cold wind and only relief would be near the fire. Have it with hot fat chapatis cooked directly on the hot coal .This is one dish which is made in a rich mans house and a poor mans too.
- Brinjal - 5 medium
- Tomatoes - 3 medium size
- Green chilli - 2 finely chopped
- Garlic - 5-6 cloves finely chopped
- Onion - 1 medium size finely chopped
- Coriander leaves - few finely chopped
- Mustard oil - 2 tbsp
- Clarified butter - 2
- Coal - required
- Salt to taste
Roast brinjal and tomatoes in hot coal. Roast them till they become soft.
Peel them and keep it aside. Use a knife if you wish to clean them properly to remove the burnt skin.
Mash both brinjal and tomato together and mix all the above ingredients in a bowl.
Now make some space in between to put a piece of hot coal to give the smoked taste. Once you place the coal in the center put the clarified butter and quickly cover the bowl with a lid. Keep it covered for one minute so to give an effective smoke effect.
Serve hot with hot hand kneaded chapattis cooked directly on the coal.