January 21, 2011

Oil Brinjal kuzhambu

     BRINJAL is my favourite dish. I can have that in any form, except raw. This is my another favourite dish, i love it when prepared by my mom. Even have tried this more than 5 times, but it will not equivalent to mom's preparation, always my preparation will be trail behind for 1%. If my mom prepares this gravy, my brother will empty the whole rice in 2 ltrs cooker (Maanam pochi da arumai Thambi !!!) By this note, Posting my recipe below.


INGREDIENTS
Slited Brinjal - 3 Nos.
Chopped Onion - 2
Chopped Tomato - 1
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Sesame Oil/Sunflower Oil - 3 Spoons
Tamarind Syrup - 3 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Grind Coconut + Fried Gram - 1 cup
Salt - To taste

Roast & Grind as Powder without oil:
Corainder Seeds - 2 spoons
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Boil Rice - 1 spoon
Red chilly - 4 or 5 Nos.

METHOD:
    Keep a pan, add 3 spoons of Sesame oil. add curry leaves, chopped onion and saute for a while. Then add chopped tomato, grinded coconut + Fried gram mixture and grinded powder and mix finely with onion by adding salt and turmeric powder. Then add slited Brinjal and allow fried masala to stuffed inbetween the Brinjal's slit. Close the cooker for a while until Brinjal reaches half baked consistency. Then pour 3 spoons of tamarind syrup, allow it to boil till the raw smell of tamarind goes off and Put off the flame.

8 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Sounds delicious,tangy and yummy with great flavors...Just made a stuffed version of Brinjal...this sounds an excellent recipe,can't wait to try,bookmarked :)

Mahi said...

Hi Sangeetha,thanks for stopping by in my blog! You got a nice collection recipes.

Ennai katharikkay kuzhambu is my favourite too! Nice Intro about your brother! :)

Padhu said...

Nice recipe
Do drop by
Padhuskitchen
when u find time

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@ Suja Sugathan: Thx for ur comment. Try that recipe and let me know ur feedback :) Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Mahi: Thx for ur comment Mahi. Same pinch !!!
My brother will kill me for revealed his secret.. He he he :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Padhu: Thx for ur compliment. Will visit ur blog andpost my comments. Keep Visting !!!

Mangala said...

Nice blog u have here, Sangeeta. n u make it so interesting with anecdotes. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Looking forward to more recipes. try n includes pics too if possible.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Mangala: Thanks for ur comment Mangala. I do have pics in my cam, need to upload it. Will implement ASAP. Keep Visiting !!!

January 21, 2011

Oil Brinjal kuzhambu

     BRINJAL is my favourite dish. I can have that in any form, except raw. This is my another favourite dish, i love it when prepared by my mom. Even have tried this more than 5 times, but it will not equivalent to mom's preparation, always my preparation will be trail behind for 1%. If my mom prepares this gravy, my brother will empty the whole rice in 2 ltrs cooker (Maanam pochi da arumai Thambi !!!) By this note, Posting my recipe below.


INGREDIENTS
Slited Brinjal - 3 Nos.
Chopped Onion - 2
Chopped Tomato - 1
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Sesame Oil/Sunflower Oil - 3 Spoons
Tamarind Syrup - 3 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Grind Coconut + Fried Gram - 1 cup
Salt - To taste

Roast & Grind as Powder without oil:
Corainder Seeds - 2 spoons
Curry Leaf - 1 twig
Boil Rice - 1 spoon
Red chilly - 4 or 5 Nos.

METHOD:
    Keep a pan, add 3 spoons of Sesame oil. add curry leaves, chopped onion and saute for a while. Then add chopped tomato, grinded coconut + Fried gram mixture and grinded powder and mix finely with onion by adding salt and turmeric powder. Then add slited Brinjal and allow fried masala to stuffed inbetween the Brinjal's slit. Close the cooker for a while until Brinjal reaches half baked consistency. Then pour 3 spoons of tamarind syrup, allow it to boil till the raw smell of tamarind goes off and Put off the flame.

8 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Sounds delicious,tangy and yummy with great flavors...Just made a stuffed version of Brinjal...this sounds an excellent recipe,can't wait to try,bookmarked :)

Mahi said...

Hi Sangeetha,thanks for stopping by in my blog! You got a nice collection recipes.

Ennai katharikkay kuzhambu is my favourite too! Nice Intro about your brother! :)

Padhu said...

Nice recipe
Do drop by
Padhuskitchen
when u find time

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@ Suja Sugathan: Thx for ur comment. Try that recipe and let me know ur feedback :) Keep Visiting !!!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Mahi: Thx for ur comment Mahi. Same pinch !!!
My brother will kill me for revealed his secret.. He he he :)

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Padhu: Thx for ur compliment. Will visit ur blog andpost my comments. Keep Visting !!!

Mangala said...

Nice blog u have here, Sangeeta. n u make it so interesting with anecdotes. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Looking forward to more recipes. try n includes pics too if possible.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Mangala: Thanks for ur comment Mangala. I do have pics in my cam, need to upload it. Will implement ASAP. Keep Visiting !!!