Nutrient Value & Benefits
It is low in fat content and has a moderate amount of manganese. It is believed to be a cholesterol regulator and is also an anti-diabetic. It is used to treat stomach cancers and measles.
To maintain freshness, wrap in plastic bag and store in the vegetable crisper of refrigerator. Once it is cut, it should be sealed in a plastic bag and used within a few days
Brinjal has a glossy and smooth purple skin with a pulpy soft flesh. When cooked, it becomes tender to develop a rich and complex flavour. It is widely used in many cuisines, from an Indian dish 'Baingan ka Bharta' to French Ratatouille.
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