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Sunday, March 04, 2007 

Baingan Rolls


Ingredients:
* Aubergine 1
* Paneer grated 1/2 cup
* Chicken shreded 1/2 cup
* Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp
* Dhaniya powder 1/2 tsp
* Salt
* Cheese grated 1/2 cup
* Bread crumbs 2 tbsp
* Chilli sauce 1 tbsp

Procedure:
Slice aubergine into thin slices. Apply oil on these slices and cook them for couple of minutes on both sides.
Mix together paneer, chicken, chilli sauce and all powder masalas into a paste.
Apply the paste on the aubergine slices and roll them.
Pre heat oven. Place these rolls on a baking tray and top them up with cheese and bread crumbs.
Bake for 15-18 minutes on 200 degrees.
Serve hot.

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Wow, that is really original--I have never seen anything like that done with eggplant before, cool! Looks delicious as usual. :)

thanks gaijin

this was fatee's idea... she watched something on the same lines on tele then she modified it to give it a desi touch

you take the most gorgeous pictures, daagh.

thanks bee :-)

wow daagh, that looks sooo good!!!
-nimko

Daadh they look crispy and soft at the same it ..beautifully presented

Many thanks Nimko and Sri :-)

Wow ! that looks so good. Nice presentation.

wow... looks great. I just found your blog today and there are tons of recipes that I want to try. All the dishes look yummy!

Btw, Do you have a garam masala recipe? Many of your recipes have garam masala in it and I want to try them all, but no garam masala. Store bought ones are bad.

thanks you just for fun :-)

Kay, i dont use ready made garam masala, most of the time i use whole garam masala, in other cases where i need powder, i dry roast blackpepper, cardamon, star aniseed, cloves and whole dhaniya. Once roasted and cold, we powder it in a food processor.

Thanks Daagh bhai, just one more question - are all the stuff to be measured in equal quantities? when it comes to masala powders, I do better with proportions.

you are most welcome Kay...

lets say 100 gms black pepper
100 gms cardamon
100 gms whole dhaniya
50 gms star aniseeds
50 gms cloves

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

:)

you are most welcome Kay

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