In our area this recipe is famous recipe for farmer . Generally so many farmers are making it by baking Baingan on the fire .It really taste very delicious .So many farmers are eating raw small tender baingan raw with roti. There are so many species of Baingan in the farm but especially the Baingan tree who has thorns on his plant are natural Baingans & giving more taste for the subji or Bharata.
In our area there is a say that Baingan subji is not good for our health .It increases body pain as well as ”VATT” in the body .If the person may have suffered from ”arthritics cure ” should not have to eat it . As well as the person who is suffered from thyroid also not have to eat it . If he will eat this Subji he will suffer from paralyses . If person has any wound 7 it filled with puss then also Doctor gives advice do not eat this subji . These are the disadvantages of this subji
Let us we will see what are the benefits of it
1] It has fibers & antioxidants these can prevents cancer . These fibers clear the toxins present in your digestive system & also prevents colonial cancer. diet changes that can help keep cancer at bay.
2] Most useful for weight loss : They contains low calorie that 100g of the vegetable containing just 25 calories. Due to rich in fiber it automatically helps to reduce weight.
Great for weight loss
Brinjals are great for weight loss as they are low in calories with 100g of the vegetable containing just 25 calories. It is also rich in fiber which helps in promoting the feeling of satiety which means that eating a small serving will make you feel full and prevent you from overeating.
It can work for heart diseases : . Being rich in fiber, potassium, vitamin B-6 and phytonutrients like flavonoids, this vegetable prevents the risk of heart disease. The presence of antioxidants keeps your arteries healthy and prevents heart attack. Here are 6 heart-healthy diet tips for people with heart disease.
As well as it controls Blood pressure, good for diabetes, lowers cholesterol in the body, Makes skin glow, stimulates brain activity etc
So let us we shall start to make Baingan Bharata
time for it
prep cook total
10 15 25 min
author’s name : chhaya kulkarni
food type : subji
cuisine : India
serve for 3
INGREDIENTS FOR IT
Baingan : 4 to 6 middle size
garlic flakes : 4 to 5
coriander : 3 tabs
garam masala : 1 tab
salt : 1 tab
Jaggary : 1/2 tab
oil : 1/2 small bowl
cumin power : 1 tab
chilly powder : 1/2 tab
PROCEDURE FOR IT : Take the Baingans with stem as it is .
: Cut it into vertical pieces
: Wash it with salted water clean .
: Pour these pieces in the pot
: Spread oil on it, add garlic flakes, coriander ,jaggary & keep deep lid on it . Start gas on middle flame. : :Add 1 cup of water in the lid upside so that down side Brinjals not get burn .
: After heating water add that water in to the pot & again keep lid tight .
: Keep it to steam for 10 minutes . Keep it on the middle flame : . Keep it to get steam for 10 minutes .
: Add garam masala, chilly powder, salt skutt to it . Crush it with wire gauze
: Serve it with roti
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