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July 17, 2009

Kathirikai Podi Curry(Brinjal Curry)



Serves 2

Ingredients:
Brinjal-5 small chopped
Oil-2 tbsp
Curry powder-1 tbsp
Salt
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Chilli powder-1/4 tsp

Seasoning:
Mustard seeds-1/2 tsp
Jeera-1/2 tsp
Urud dal-1/2 tsp
Hing-a dash

Curry powder:
Fry these ingredients in a drop of oil till golden brown and grind to a coarse powder
Urud dal-1/2 tsp
Channa dal-1/2 tsp
Coriander seeds-1/2 tsp
Red chillies-2

Method:
Heat oil in a wide pan. Do the seasoning.
Add chopped or sliced brinjals, turmeric powder, salt, chilli powder and stir gently.
Simmer, place a lid and cook until almost done.
Remove the lid. Add curry powder and stir for 2 more minutes till brinjal turns crisp.

This goes to Sanghi's Food Delight for Fall In Love(FIL)-Brinjal

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41 comments:

  1. I love brinjal .. nice idea to cut into small discs .. I'd love this with Rice & Rasam

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  2. Wow! nice recipe ..looks simple and easy ..thanks for sharing :)

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  3. i too make it but a different version.....nice

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  4. Mahi,have a great time in India..happy that you didnt forget us either...thats a new recipe to me.

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  5. That would be great with rice, looks yumm. Enjoy ur vacation.

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  6. Nice kathrikkai podi kari. Have a great vacation.

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  7. mmmmmmmmm looks so yummy and tempting nice click as usual

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  8. Lovely one, have a great vacation. (what a coincidence i also had posted Kathirikai Curry.)

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  9. Eggplant always tempts me, yummyyyy!

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  10. simple beautiful & looks delicious:-) I could just snack on those!

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  11. Thats an interesting recipe,i have never tasted/tried like this,being a brinjal lover,i have to try this,i too wud prefer to cut in circles like u rather chopping,see how pretty it looks:)

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  12. Thanks for the lovely entry Mahi.. from India... Mmmm thanks a lot dear!

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  13. i can put these goodies in between the bread slices and enjoy it as a afternoon snack with cup of coffee

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  14. Spicy and yummy brinjals! Goes great with rice!

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  15. I have never cut like this whenever i make podi curry. I love the way it appears..Next time i am going to cut like this..

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  16. What fantastic, tempting pics!This are my favorite way of cooking brinjals!!

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  17. I love this one....ur version is different from mine and its looks so tempting...nice click

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  18. hi,
    This is new to me I've never tasted it either :) the podi seems very flavourful, thanks for an easy tasty dish. Enjoy ur vacations.

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  19. I too make this sometimes.Love the currypowder.I too make the same one.Delicious and spicy.Enjoy the break

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  20. I love brinjal in any form,yours looks yummy and new to me :)

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  21. wow.. kalakku mahi.. looks really yummy & delicious..

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  22. these are my favorite and i posted the stuffed version. they look yum!

    Have a wonderful, fun-filled trip.

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  23. Have a wonderful vacation! The baigan fry looks delicious!

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  24. Very nice recipe, I am trying this soon.

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  25. Wow.. looks spicy and delicious... lovely click.. gr8 job!!

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  26. Lovely click as usual! enjoy your vacations :)

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  27. Lovely dish!I have never tried cutting brinjal into circles but next time, I will!

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  28. That brinjal pics looks so good.Very ncie recipe for with brinjal.Reading the recipe, the curry sounds great.

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  29. anything with katharikaa is awesome, they look so delicious, makes you feel pick one up from the plate... :)

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  30. Anything with brinjal and am in for it....lovely one Mahimaa.

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  31. this is new for me,...looks so delish,..hpy holidays,..

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  32. Looks very inviting. Could we use idli molagai podi instead of the spice mix you wrote about?
    I make it normally that way with split brinjal curry too.

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  33. tht's an awesome dish Mahimaa! Looks very appealing, will b perfect with hot rice i guess!

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  34. Brinjal curry looks delicious.....enjoy your vacation,have fun in India :-)

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  35. Hi Mahi,

    This is my first time to your blog. I tried this curry yesterday and it was a hit with my husband. Thanks

    Shikha

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