Monday, February 09, 2015

Comfort food for me anytime - Kachodi with Brinjal Curry Salad & Rice

For me Indian Vegetarian Food is something which I can eat anytime as this is something which I have grown up eating ya I do eat chicken & meat but not everyday so when I heard about the event The Spice Trail Challenge - temple food hosted by Bangers & Mash I knew what I would be sending comfort meal from my home .
Sharing with you all pics of the meal which I cooked when I had called my friend for dinner the below pic has Curried Brinjal & Potato ,Deep fried Indian flatbread ,Salad & Jeera Rice.
Indian Meal of Brinjal Curry Ajwain Kachodi Jeers Rice & Salad

I love the curried brinjal recipe because of the tempering of the oil with fenugreek, asafoetida & dried red chilli.Aroma of the spices brings distinct taste to the curry.
In the bread the addition of carom seeds makes it flavourful and perfect with the curry.
For Jeera rice cumin seeds & bay leaves  add flavour to the rice adds extra zing to the otherwise plain rice.
Brinjal Curry

Recipe of curried brinjal & potato blogged here
Recipe of deepfried Indian bread / Ajwain Kachodi blogged here
Recipe of Jeera rice blogged here
Recipe of Kachumber /onion tomato salad blogged here
Comfort Meal - Indian Food

Linking this post to
The spice trail challenge hosted by Bangers & Mash
Extra Veg February hosted by Kerry Cooks
Cooking with herbs link party by Lavender and lovage
The Weekly Story week 5 hosted by Colours Dekor.
Brinjal Curry & Kachodi
That's all friends
Wish you all Happy Week Ahead
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Tanya Anurag said...

I am not a fan of brinjal but I can definitely use this recipe for my husband. And I like how you presented jeera rice with fried cashew and onion. Looks so much better than the simple chopped cilantro sprinkled over the rice.


Herbs Spices and Tradition said...

Nice combination of brinjal curry with kachori, i will check the recipe of this curry because brinjal is my favourite.

FarZain said...

The entire thali looks yum!! Love your culinary skills!

Anonymous said...

Your comfort food looks absolutely exquisite to me - just heavenly. Thanks so much for sharing in the Spice Trail's Temple Food challenge!

Swati Sapna said...

Hey! Am back after a looong hiatus from blogging and its lovely to see all that you have been cooking up :) The kachoris and brinjal curry look smashing!

Helen said...

What a feast! Thank you for linking up to Extra Veg!

Anonymous said...

I've just come back from a trip to India so I'm even more into curry than I was before I went! Your recipes look delicious so I'll definitely be trying them out.