Monday, October 22, 2018

Chapathi n Terrace Grown Tri Variety Brinjal Garlic Masala Gravy .

Chapathi n Terrace Grown Tri Variety  Brinjal Garlic Masala Gravy 

  • Chapathi
    •  Wheat Flour - 1 cup
    • Oil- 2 tsp  
    • Water as needed to prepare the soft dough 
    • Salt to Tate 
    • Ghee as required to roast 

    In a bowl add the wheat flour, salt, ,oil  , water n knead to a soft dough .. keep aside for about 20 mts . 

    Divide the dough into equal lemon sized balls .

    Sprinkle little flour on the dry surface kitchen platform or a wooden chapthi maker n place the dough ball over it n roll with a rolling pin very gently n not too hard  to a round 5 inch disc . 

    Heat a tawa n place the chapathi over it. Cook on one side for half minute and flip on the second side. Cook for another half minute and smear some oil  on one side. Now flip this ghee  side onto the tawa. Now you will see the chapathi fluffing . Similarly add ghee on the second side and fry both sides till chapathi is completely cooked and brown spots appear on it.  Move each edge to middle of the tawa and cook so that all the edges are evenly cooked. 

Terrace Grown Tri Variety  Brinjal Garlic Masala Gravy .
Brinjal's-Any variety ( i used 3 variety that was home grown ) 8 in numbers 

To grind 

  • Grated coconut -1/4 th cup 
  • Garlic flakes -4,peeled 
  • Dry red chilly - 3 
  • Cumin Seeds - 1 tsp 
  • Salt to taste


  • Oil -2 tsp 
  • Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp
  • Urid Dhal- 1 tsp 
  • Hing -1 pinch 
  • Curry leaves - 1 sprig 

Wash the Brinjal's n chop them to pieces . Dip in water to prevent discoloration 

Grind Grated coconut ,peeled garlic flakes , dry red chilly n cumin seeds to a fine paste . 

In a kadai add oil, splutter mustard seeds ,add urid dhal n stir till it changes color , add hing n curry leaves ..stir for few seconds . Add the ground paste n saute till  raw smell goes , add the chopped brinjal's n stir for  few second's . Add water as required n cook till brinjal's turn soft but not mushy . 

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