Baingan Aloo Ki Sabzi – Potato and Brinjal, is one of the most preferred combination when it comes to making Baingan. This is one of the tastiest side-dishes for all kinds of breads, primarily Chapattis. But ironically, not too many people like this for 2 reasons –
Brinjal has an allergic tendency and there are a lot of people who are allergic to Brinjal and hence do not prefer it.
Baingan is a term derived from the Hindi word – Begun, meaning “No Virtue”. It is said that Brinjals have no known benefits and hence is a least preferred vegetable.
Whatever the story behind Baingan, pretty much everybody in my family likes it and so I haven’t had to think twice before making something out of it. There are a couple of other tasty recipes that I make out of Baingan, which I will soon share with you all here.
Baingan Bagara, Baingan Bhaja, Roasted Baingan etc. are just some of my favorites.
With that said, let us now see how Baingan Aloo ki sabzi is made.
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