“Aloo Baigan masala without oil? Ha, impossible! It won’t taste good” challenged my constantly skeptical colleague. Well then, challenge accepted. Here is how you can make aloo baigan masala (a potato brinjal curry) without a single drop of oil, and consequently watch plates get licked clean.
As a child, while I loved aloo, I intensely disliked baigan. My parents like all others ensured that I ate enough vegetables but couldn’t coax me to eat brinjal. Finally, it was a potato brinjal curry that changed my mind. The combination of potato and brinjal when spiced well is the best way of getting fussy eaters to consume vegetables.
Aloo baigan masala is a super spicy, lip smackingly delicious curry. In addition, this dry masala goes well with plenty of cereal dishes. It is easy to make and a great hit among parties.
Heated extracted oil is unhealthy, unlike the abundance of health that oil within the whole nuts provide. Therefore, we show you how to use the goodness of whole nuts in this recipe.
Enjoy this Potato Brinjal Dry Masala with flavours from North Karnataka!