புதன், 20 ஜனவரி, 2010

Chidambaram Brinjal ( kathirikkai ) kosthu

already seen this

 

Ingredients:

Brinjal  --  1/2 kg

sambhar  onions  --  2 cup

tamarind  paste --  2  or 3  tsp

red chillies --  15

coriander seeds  --  4 tsp

bengal  gram  --  4  tsp

turmeric powder  --  1/4 tsp

mustard  seeds  --  1  tsp

asafoetida  --  1/2 tsp

curry  leaves  --  a  few

salt  --  to  taste

oil  --  2  cups

Method:

Place  a frying pan  on  fire and  pour 2  tsp  of  oil  and heat.

Add  chillies , bengal  gram  and coriander  seeds  and  fry  it .

When  the  seeds  splutter  stop  the  fire and grind it to fine powder.

Heat  1/2 cup of  oil in another kadai  and fry onions and brinjal one by one.

Mash  all  the  brinjals  with  a  fork and keep both onions and brinjal aside.

Now  add all the  remaining  oil  and heat.

Add  mustard  seeds, asafoetida  and curry  leaves.

When the  seeds  splutter  add mashed  brinjal, fried  onions,  tamarind paste,

turmeric powder, salt and  finally  the powder.

When the kosthu  releases  oil,  stop  the fire and transfer into a dry bowl.

Serve  hot  with hot idlies.

A  very  famous dish  in Chidambaram.

14 கருத்துகள்:

Dolly சொன்னது…

Awesome recipe. UR Brinjal Kosthu looks so inviting and tempting. Will try it soon. I 've seen this on so many blogs and I guess I'm ready to cook this is in my kitchen.

Thank for ur kind words at my blog.
I'm sorry I'm a little late here.BUt now I'll be following you..u have a beautiful space and awesome recipes

Also love the song u were playing..from the movie Bombay- I follow the HIndi version and Arvind Swami looks so gd in this movie.

Rekha shoban சொன்னது…

looks delicious and yummy!!

Mythreyi Dilip சொன்னது…

My all time favorite kothsu, looks too delicious dear:)

kitchen queen சொன்னது…

delicious and yummy brinjal kothsu.you can visit my blog and give ur comments.

priya சொன்னது…

this looks so nice and yummy..tempting clicks!

Tina சொன்னது…

Looks spicy and yummy....

Ms.Chitchat சொன்னது…

First time visitor to ur blog and loved the space. You have interesting and easy recipes. I enjoyed listening to Uyire uyire song too. Following u :):)

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malarvizhi சொன்னது…

thanks to all

Akal's Saappadu சொன்னது…

kathirikkai kothsu, slurp, slurp, looks mouth watering; must be great with briyanis too :)

Vrinda சொன்னது…

Its a new recipe to me with brinjal,sounds gr8...liked the name..My first visit here,will be back often..

my kitchen சொன்னது…

Aaha,My favorite recipe,Waiting in Draft.It came out perfectly malar. Do visit my blog when u find time

? சொன்னது…

Liked the recipe; almost like a North-Indian 'bhartha'. Is this unique to Chidambaram?

Padhu சொன்னது…

Kothus looks inviting and yummy! New here .DO drop by
http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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