Brinjal

Brinjal belongs to the family of Solanaceae, also commonly known as nightshades, and are cousins of potatoes, tomatoes, and bell peppers.

HOW TO STORE

BENEFITS

  • Great source of vitamins and minerals.
  • Helps with digestion.
  • Improves heart health.
  • Prevents cancer.
  • Improving bone health.
  • It prevents anemia.
  • Increases brain function.

CULINARY USES

You can eat it grilled, stuffed, roasted, on kabobs, in curries, and in stir-fries. Brinjal can go with almost any vegetable, which makes it a wonderful addition to many recipes. The classic Indian dish Aloo Baingan, when jazzed up, has a distinctive taste you cannot resist. In combination with curd, kalonji, and many other spices, the sabzi becomes a tasty khatta dish known as baigan achari.

MEDICINAL USES

  • Blood cholesterol.
  • Cognitive function.
  • Weight management.
  • Eye health.
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