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Stuffed Baingan Masala Marathi Recipe

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Stuffed Baingan Masala Marathi Recipe
Stuffed Baingan Masala Marathi Recipe
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Bharwan baingan is an exotic dish in which baby eggplant is stuffed with goodness of spicy mixture. Very tasty dish which goes perfect with chapati, roti or poli.Find the full recipe on our website http:www.madhurasrecipe.comveg-curryStuffed-Baingan-MasalaSubscribe to our channel and leave your thoughts in the comments below. Thank you for watching! See you next time!List of ingredients 6 tiny eggplants 3 onions finely chopped 1tsp red chilli powder (Deggi Mirch Powder) 12 tsp garam masala 12 cup roasted peanut powder salt to taste 4 tsp oil 2 tsp Coriander leaves finely chopped 1 cup water - See more at: http:www.madhurasrecipe.comveg-curryStuffed-Baingan-Masala#sthash.yo8bzT1o.dpuf
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