About the Dish
Bharit Bhakar is a very popular dish in Maharashtra.
Bharit is a recipe made with baingan or eggplant.
It is a maharashtrian style of preparation.
It is made by roasting eggplants, and then mashing it and then preparing sabzi.
Nowadays, the baingan is roasted on gas stove, but in the earlier days, it used to be roasted on charcoal fire that gave it a smokey flavor.
Bhakri is a round kind of roti often used in the cuisine of the states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Karnataka in India.
Different types of millets (jowar, bajra, nachni, rice) are the more common grains used for making bhakris.
Our chef makes Rice Bhakris that are very popular in the Konkan region of Maharashtra.
This combo is accompanied with Maharashtrian style mirchi ka thecha which makes it complete and gives it a traditional touch.
How to Eat
Break the bhakri into a small bite, grab it with bharit, and then have a bite with a bit of thecha.
This delicacy can be had at lunch or dinner.
It tastes best when the bharit and bhakri is warm.