Aubergine (Eggplant)
Aubergine (Eggplant)(4460765315114)
Aubergine (Eggplant)(4460765315114)

Aubergine (Eggplant)

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Special Features of Product:
  • 100% Organic Food
  •   100% Fresh No Chemicals
Rs 135.00
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1-2 Adults
Servings per container 1
Amount per serving

Moisture 92.7(%) *
Protein 1.4g *
Fat 0.3g *
Fiber 1.3g *
Mineral salt 0.3g *
Carbohydrates 4.0g *
Oxalic acid 18.0mg *
Phosphorus 47.0mg *
Iron 0.9mg *
Magnesium 16.0mg *
Calcium 18.0mg *
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Local

Low country wet zone, Intermediate, up country intermediate and dry zone

Southern and eastern asia

Bitter taste but when cooked it gives rich and complex flavor

The eggplants are a very rich source of fiber and low soluble carbohydrates. Thus they are highly beneficial for regulation of blood sugar levels and also to control the absorption of glucose.

Eggplants helps in stabilizing the blood pressure levels and also brings down cholesterol levels. And also, being rich in Vitamin B-6, fiber, Potassium, and Phytonutrients like flavonoids, Brinjal helps lower the risk of heart diseases.

The name brinjal is popular in Indian sub continents and is derived from Arabic and Sanskrit whereas the name egg plant has derived from the name of the shape of the fruit of some varieties, which are white and resemble in shape to chicken eggs. It is called aurbergine (French word) in Europe.

Slices of aubergine are put together with tomatoes, thin slices of mozzarella and seasoned with salt, pepper and oregano. Add some vinegar to this mix, tomato paste and finally some lemon juice.

Dip each aubergine in egg wash and add cheese. Bake it till its warm and serve. A gorgeous middle-eastern dip thats made from smoked eggplant, garlic, salt, lemon, onion, tomato and pepper.

Heat oil in a wide pan, add cumin, mustard, and let them splutter. Add the green chilies, fry till they turn pale in color. Add ginger garlic paste, sauté quickly, do not fry for longer, can make your brinjal bitter. Add the brinjal, salt & turmeric, toss on a medium flame, till they are cooked.

Supplement Facts Serving Size 1-2 Adults Servings per container 1 Amount per serving
Moisture 92.7(%) * Protein 1.4g * Fat 0.3g * Fiber 1.3g * Mineral salt 0.3g * Carbohydrates 4.0g * Oxalic acid 18.0mg * Phosphorus 47.0mg * Iron 0.9mg * Magnesium 16.0mg * Calcium 18.0mg * * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
 

About the product

Local

Low country wet zone, Intermediate, up country intermediate and dry zone

Southern and eastern asia

Bitter taste but when cooked it gives rich and complex flavor

The eggplants are a very rich source of fiber and low soluble carbohydrates. Thus they are highly beneficial for regulation of blood sugar levels and also to control the absorption of glucose.

Eggplants helps in stabilizing the blood pressure levels and also brings down cholesterol levels. And also, being rich in Vitamin B-6, fiber, Potassium, and Phytonutrients like flavonoids, Brinjal helps lower the risk of heart diseases.

The name brinjal is popular in Indian sub continents and is derived from Arabic and Sanskrit whereas the name egg plant has derived from the name of the shape of the fruit of some varieties, which are white and resemble in shape to chicken eggs. It is called aurbergine (French word) in Europe.

Slices of aubergine are put together with tomatoes, thin slices of mozzarella and seasoned with salt, pepper and oregano. Add some vinegar to this mix, tomato paste and finally some lemon juice.

Dip each aubergine in egg wash and add cheese. Bake it till its warm and serve. A gorgeous middle-eastern dip thats made from smoked eggplant, garlic, salt, lemon, onion, tomato and pepper.

Heat oil in a wide pan, add cumin, mustard, and let them splutter. Add the green chilies, fry till they turn pale in color. Add ginger garlic paste, sauté quickly, do not fry for longer, can make your brinjal bitter. Add the brinjal, salt & turmeric, toss on a medium flame, till they are cooked.