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No Onion Garlic Aloo Baingan

Aloo Baingan
Its been ages I cooked Roti Sabji in my kitchen. Its either no fuss pastas or one pot meals. Well, today I made an easy Aloo Baingan Masala to go with soft phulkas. A simple and homey no onion garlic meal with very few ingredients.

Potatoes - 2 big
Brinjal/Eggplant/Baingan - 6 small
Tomatoes - 2 medium
Cilantro/Coriander/Dhania Leaves - few sprigs
Turmeric/Haldi - 1/4 tsp
Red Chili Powder - 1/4 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 2 tbsp

How to cook No Onion Garlic Aloo Baingan:
  • Peel the potatoes and dice it into bite size cubes. Place them in a bowl of water.
  • Next, discard the stems of the eggplants and chop them into bite size pieces. Add the eggplants too in another bowl of water.
  • Heat oil in a pan. Add the potatoes and saute for about a minute. Next, add eggplants and saute for about 2 minutes.
  • Now add 2 cups of water and cook it covered until both veggies are cooked.
  • Meanwhile, dice the tomatoes into bite size pieces. If you are not a fan of tomatoes, you can skip the tomatoes. Finely chop cilantro leaves. 
  • Lastly, add all the seasonings - turmeric, chili powder, garam masala, salt and tomatoes, cilantro. Instead of garam masala, you can use any other seasoning like Sambar Masala, Curry Powder and so on.
  • Cook it covered until tomatoes are cooked. Taste for seasonings and add more water if required.
Serve Aloo Baingan Masala with phulka roti or rice.


  1. nice.. easy ,,, I m sure it will taste good ,,
    BTW how r you? ..


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