4 big brinjals
5 green chilies--chopped
1 tsp curry leaves
1 tsp Coriander leaves.
1 tsp tamarind powder
salt to taste
Brinjal chutney might sound new to you and you may wonder how it tastes and smells like. Take a minute to imagine a blend of of brinjal, curry leaves, coriander leaves, and tamarind. Still struggling to get your head around brinjal chutney? Here’s what it is; a spicy, tangy and delicious dish you cannot resist!
Brinjal is rich is iron and dietary fiber. That said, brinjals are also rich in Nasunin, a compound that keeps iron content in the body in check; too much of anything, iron included, is not good for the body!
Coriander and curry leaves—predominant ingredient of this recipe—are excellent diuretics and laxatives. These herbs are also a rich a source of iron. Curry leaves, in particular, helps keep hair shiny and healthy.
How to make Brinjal chutney
Brinjals contains a miniscule amount of nicotine than any other edible plant. However, if you’re addicted to the vegetable, it is not the nicotine, but the sheer taste and buttery texture of brinjals!