January 24, 2011

Brinjal Dry Fish Gravy

     Here comes my first "Non Veg" dish for you ppl. "Kathirika Karuvattu Kuzhambu" its sounds good and Traditional only when it is pronounced in our owned languague "Tamil". This is my another Favoooorrrrrrrriiiittttttteeeee dish. Yesterday, i have done my first try. It came out very well and Yummy too. As i said about my brother in Oil brinjal Kuzhambu, when my mom prepares this gravy, rice in 2 ltrs cooker will be emptied by me :) (Ohhhhh noooo, my maanam gone, no probs :D) Guess, my brother will be happy now :)

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 No.
Cubically chopped Brinjal - 4 Nos.
Grinded Coconut - 10 pieces
Tamarind syrup - 1/4 cup
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Chilly Powder - 2 Spoon
Coriander Powder - 1 spoon
Salt - To Taste
Oil - To Fry

Cleaning of Dry fish:
Keep a pan, put the required dry fish and fry for 10 mins. All the dust especially sand, from the dry fish will come off. Wash it for nearly 6 to 7 times.

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil. Add chopped onion, tomato, turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder, grinded coconut and salt, saute it nearly for 10 mins by adding some half tumbler of water. Add chopped Brinjal and dry fish, fry it for a while. Close the pan with the lid for 5 mins. Now Brinjal will be half baked and add tamarind syrup and required salt. Allow the content to boil, till the raw smell goes off. Now my favourite, yummy "Dry fish gravy" is ready.

Participating in Spoonful of Love's.. Egg plant Event and also linking Cooking with Siri's Event


8 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Lovely recipe,brinjal and dry fish sounds interesting.

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

that sounds interesting..dry fish is one of my favorites..

Reva said...

My favourite dish... summaa supera irukku. Unga blog kalakkalaa irukku.This is my first time here and ellaam nama ooru saapadu items... asathureenga...
Glad to follow u...keep posting some more wonderful recipes..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Thx for ur comment Reva. Only on last Dec'2010, i have started my blog. I am very proud to receive such wonderful comment. Thank u so much, once again. Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Indian Cuisine Blogroll: Its my favorite tooooo... Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Suja Sugathan: Hmm sss..... Yummy and our traditional dish. Thx.. Keep Visiting !!!

Spoonfuls of love, added to every recipe !!! said...

very appealing dish .... perfect for my event ...
http://seasonedndressed.blogspot.com/2010/12/event-healing-foods-eggplant.html

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Spoonfuls...: Thank u so much :)

January 24, 2011

Brinjal Dry Fish Gravy

     Here comes my first "Non Veg" dish for you ppl. "Kathirika Karuvattu Kuzhambu" its sounds good and Traditional only when it is pronounced in our owned languague "Tamil". This is my another Favoooorrrrrrrriiiittttttteeeee dish. Yesterday, i have done my first try. It came out very well and Yummy too. As i said about my brother in Oil brinjal Kuzhambu, when my mom prepares this gravy, rice in 2 ltrs cooker will be emptied by me :) (Ohhhhh noooo, my maanam gone, no probs :D) Guess, my brother will be happy now :)

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 1 No.
Cubically chopped Brinjal - 4 Nos.
Grinded Coconut - 10 pieces
Tamarind syrup - 1/4 cup
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Chilly Powder - 2 Spoon
Coriander Powder - 1 spoon
Salt - To Taste
Oil - To Fry

Cleaning of Dry fish:
Keep a pan, put the required dry fish and fry for 10 mins. All the dust especially sand, from the dry fish will come off. Wash it for nearly 6 to 7 times.

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil. Add chopped onion, tomato, turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder, grinded coconut and salt, saute it nearly for 10 mins by adding some half tumbler of water. Add chopped Brinjal and dry fish, fry it for a while. Close the pan with the lid for 5 mins. Now Brinjal will be half baked and add tamarind syrup and required salt. Allow the content to boil, till the raw smell goes off. Now my favourite, yummy "Dry fish gravy" is ready.

Participating in Spoonful of Love's.. Egg plant Event and also linking Cooking with Siri's Event


8 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Lovely recipe,brinjal and dry fish sounds interesting.

Indian Cuisine Blogroll said...

that sounds interesting..dry fish is one of my favorites..

Reva said...

My favourite dish... summaa supera irukku. Unga blog kalakkalaa irukku.This is my first time here and ellaam nama ooru saapadu items... asathureenga...
Glad to follow u...keep posting some more wonderful recipes..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Reva: Thx for ur comment Reva. Only on last Dec'2010, i have started my blog. I am very proud to receive such wonderful comment. Thank u so much, once again. Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Indian Cuisine Blogroll: Its my favorite tooooo... Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Suja Sugathan: Hmm sss..... Yummy and our traditional dish. Thx.. Keep Visiting !!!

Spoonfuls of love, added to every recipe !!! said...

very appealing dish .... perfect for my event ...
http://seasonedndressed.blogspot.com/2010/12/event-healing-foods-eggplant.html

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Spoonfuls...: Thank u so much :)