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Synonyms for brinjal

hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable

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Some crops like tomatoes, capsicum and maize need controlled water, but we have grown brinjals through furrow irrigation because they need more water.
Simply spiced but equally appealing little stir-fries of brinjals, cauliflower and spinach graced the rest of the thali.
The medium-bodied Ritu also got along with the vegetarian alternative to the saoji- the bharieli vngi, or stuffed baby brinjals tossed in an onion-tomato gravy.
Although this study showed higher intakes, in a similar study from rural India, mean consumption of cereals and millets, which forms the bulk of the Indian diet, was below the Recommended Dietary Intake and the consumption of other vegetables (such as brinjals, ladies fingers, french beans, cluster beans and bottle gourd) were greater than the recommended levels in females [19].
Most of the days we are able to pluck delicious sun-ripened vegetables like tomatoes, bitter gourd, ladyfingers, drumsticks, brinjals, papayasEoe1/4A*.from our own small garden," Anjali said, while adding that her father, husband and her children have inspired and encouraged her in her gardening.
Hybrid agro products like pulses, rice, brinjals, and mustard were also exhibited at the stalls set up under the state department.
The Doi Begun (brinjals in yogurt gravy), Kosha Mangsho (spicy mutton curry) and the all-time favourite Maachher Paturi (steamed hilsa with mustard marinade wrapped in banana leaf) were all spiced to perfection.
Vegetable sources were drumstick leaves, brinjals and tomatoes, etc.
The vegetables in demand in these markets are okra, brinjals, chilies, gourds etc.
When it arrives, smelling of "cloves, roasted brinjals and midnight soliloquies," she waits until bedtime arid then reads it, burrowed beneath her blanket.
Crops like chillies, brinjals, okra, watermelons, oranges, bananas, green grams, cowpeas, cassava, cashew nuts and coconuts do well in Kilifi.
His public hearings on issues that ranged from BT Cotton to Brinjals and environment were occasions to display lung power by the NGO shouting brigade.
Vegetables including potatoes, tomatoes, brinjals, chillies, beans, peas, garlic, onions, cauliflowers, etc.
The table incidentally has been decorated with brinjals in a variety of shapes.
Which is why potatoes, tomatoes and brinjals do not feature because the temple recipes were compiled many centuries before.