বেগুনি…Fried Brinjal Besan Mixture


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This is a starter item commonly observed in Banquets, this is prepared after making slices of Brinjal and dipping those slices in Besan(Gram Flour) mixture and then fried in oil, i mean hot oil. Obviously salt is added in the Besan mixture otherwise…no taste.

 

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64 Replies to “বেগুনি…Fried Brinjal Besan Mixture”

  1. Hey Jyotirmoy , is it called Baingan ( Begun ) Bhaja in Banglaa ? . We Maharashtrians call it Vaangyaachi Bhajee and marinate the Brinjal slices with Ginger Garlic paste before dipping it in Besan batter. Why is it in rectangular shape instead of oval ? #MyFriendAlexa #SuatawdeReads

    1. Actually Begun Bhaja is a different item, In Begun Bhaja the Brinjals are sliced and fried in oil, besan mixture is not used, Beguni is same as Vaangyaachi Bhajee where Besan micture is used.
      Generally its sliced in rectangular shape while preparing for any banquette, i think its time effective.
      Thanks for sharing info about Beguni there.

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