The scallions are also know as green onions/spring onions or salad onions. This is a simple dish that was prepared for a side using eggplant/brinjal. Very simple and easy! And all these combinations of veggies come up because it is time to clear the stuff from the fridge, so by the weekend comes, I can get some fresh ones!
I have used the regular onions for tempering and the spring onions are added just before the dish is done so that the colors are retained and is not overcooked.
1 Chinese eggplant, sliced into wedges, 1 1/2 cup
1 cup spring/green onions, chopped
1/2 onion, sliced
1/2 tomato, sliced
1 tbsp oil
1/4 tsp chili powder
1/8 tsp turmeric
salt to taste
1. Heat oil in a flat pan and saute the onions till translucent.
2. Add the eggplant wedges and fry them on each sides. Put the eggplants wedges in one layer and not on top of each other so that they are cooked evenly.
3. Once the eggplants are slightly cooked, season with salt, turmeric and chili powder.
4. Add the spring onions and tomatoes and give a stir/sauté for a minute or two.
5. Remove from heat and serve as a side with rice/chapati or any main dish.
Preparation Time: 10 – 15 mins
wow such a beautiful click...quiet an easy yet delicious dish..
Love eggplants....nice click & nice recipe.....I too made eggplant yesterday....
That sure is a delicious one.
awesome combo...nice clicks too :-)
lovely click and lovly dish dear.....
That looks scrumptious and and appetizing!!Nice click.
Delicious dish, looks tempting and yummy..
hey nice vegge combo...it vl taste superb with crunchy spring onions
hey all..thanks for your wonderful comments..I appreciate it so much..
nice click...Looks yummy yumm!!!!
Looks delicious and simple one!
Wow fabulous and delicious dish..Nice click too....
Many thanks for this beautiful dish...Brinjal in any form is my favorite, so I will make it soon.
Have a nice weekend
That is a fabulous veggie dish and a great way to use up any vegetables sitting in the fridge.
this looks very nice and different..love the snaps..the chinese brinjal,tomatoes, spring onions makes it an Indian Chinese dish :)
@ Deepa...I didn't realize it made an indo-chinese dish... :-)..off course no ginger garlic
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