Sunday, July 4, 2010
Sour Brinjal locally known as Terung Asam resembles the normal brinjal but taste wise is very different. The texture is tougher and the taste is sourish. It is typically cooked in chili & turmeric broth with or without fish.
1 Sour Brinjal / Terung Asam
2 small Fish (optional)
1 Red Chili*
1 clove Garlic* (* pounded)
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
1. Halved the sour brinjal & sliced.
No need to peel as it will be easily peeled off after cooked.
2.Place all ingredients in a saucepan & add water sufficiently.
Boil until fish is cooked & the sour brinjal is soft.
3. Serve with white rice.