Sia's Baghare Baingan

I was really excited to find some baby eggplants at the farmer's market last saturday, as I have been wanting to try this recipe. I decided to use Sia's version, as the pictures were mouthwatering and have had my attention for awhile. Somehow, I can never get my own pictures to look as appetizing, but you get the idea :) So head over to Sia's for this great recipe, which turned out to be fairly simple, too!

I also bought some blueberries at the market because I have been wanting to make a fruit salad for awhile. I still had to go to the supermarket to get a few of my other favorite fruits, and I found these tiny grapes... I don't remember what they are called. They were so sweet and looked great in the salad. My salad included pineapple, strawberries, grapes, cherries, blueberries, kiwi and watermelon, and I would cut a banana into it everyday.

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22 comments:

Parita said...

Baghare baigan looks sooo good, spicy and tasty!

Uma said...

mmm. I can finish that entire plate within seconds. Looks too tempting and delicious. Of course the fruit salad too!

chakhlere said...

Baghare baigan are looking absolutely delicious!! Great job!
I too love the fruit salads so much!

Laavanya said...

That looks delicious and the fruit salad is very tempting too. I love grapes but haven't seen these tiny ones before - cute.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Wow,now i am tempted to tried this one,never tried of my own:)

EC said...

I am just back from buying veggies and that includes some baby eggplants too...Although I dont like them, will make for the family..Nice pics

Valarmathi said...

Looks so tempting and delicious.

ARUNA said...

bagara baingan looks yummmmm!

meeso said...

~ Thanks, everyone :)

Soma said...

I remember seeing the delicious Baghare baingan at Sia's!

Are those the Champagne grapes?

meeso said...

~ Hi Soma... I'm not sure what kind of grapes they are... I didn't pay attention to the name... they are very sweet, though, and super tiny.

Vani said...

Looks yum, Meeso. Sia's pictures are always tempting, aren't they? Loved the quotes.

Mediterranean Turkish Cook said...

That fruit salad looks amazing. I am heading to eat some fruit now!

Mochachocolata Rita said...

wow! your fruit salad's so colorful and refreshing! perfect for summer!

Bergamot said...

the baghare baingan look lovely...the small brinjals peeping out of the yummy gravy. Fruit salad compliments well with the spicy treat.

meeso said...

~ Thanks :)

Arabic Bites said...

Oooh, I want to try that salad!

zainab :)

Mandira said...

both of the dishes look amazing. I had fruit salad at a friend's place recently and have to make it myself.

Di said...

...baghare baingan looks so tasty and delicious!

meeso said...

~ Thanks :)

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n33ma said...

Looks very good,right consistency,color etc