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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

There is a restaurant called "Muthu's curry" here in Singapore...where we had a chance to try this "brinjal Masala"(how they named the dish)....Even my husband who doesn't likes Brinjal said it tastes good...And in this muthu's curry we can find more of chinese people visiting as a regular customers ....So if any one who in future have a chance to visit Singapore, don't forget to go to Muthu's curry ....

I tried to make this curry after tasting this in that restaurant...It came out not exactly....but similar to that....My hubby too certified its good...;D .

Ingredients

  • Brinjal                         --     5 nos.  (I used the brinjal available here long..purple coloured, 1 no.)
  • Onion                             -- 2 medium
  • Tomato                          -- 1 big
  • Green chilli                      --  2 nos.
  • Sambar/curry powder        --  1 tsp
  • Turmeric                         --  1/4 tsp
  • Corn flour                       -- 1/2 tsp
  • Chopped coriander leaves  -- 1 tblsp
  • Curry leaves                    --  1 sprig

Tempering Items

  • Mustard       - 1/2 tsp
  • Urad dal      - 1/2 tsp
  • Channa dal  -  1/2 tsp
  • Oil              - 2 tsp
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Method

  • Chop onions,tomatoes and slit the green chillies...keep aside.
  • Cut brinjals into medium sized pieces as shown in picture and keep immersed in water till you cook.
  • Heat a kadai with oil and add the tempering items,followed by onions,chillies,curry leaves and fry till onions are translucent.
  • Add tomatoes with salt and cook till tomatoes turns just mushy.
  • Add 1 1/4 cup of water and add turmeric,coriander leaves and curry powder to it and bring to boil.
  • Add the cut brinjal , stir well and cook covered for 5-7 minutes...till brinjal gets cooked soft..

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  • At the end if needed add corn flour to thicken the gravy.
  • Granish with chopped coriander leaves...goes well with plain rice and variety rice!!

Ready

Time took approximately...

  • Chopping onions and tomatoes --3 minutes
  • Cutting Brinjal                       -  1 minute
  • Till Frying onions and tomatoes-   4 minutes
  • Rest of cooking time              -   5-7 minutes
  •   Total                                -   13 - 15 Minutes..:))

This dish I am sending to Grindless gravies event ... conducted by our blogger friend SRA....from the blog When my soup came alive!!!Still there's more than a month's time..Then too I can't wait to send this to her event "Grindless gravies".

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43 comments:

  1. This is perfect, thanks Raji!

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  2. Brinjal with gravy is new to me...thanks for posting

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  3. Never had Brinjal in gravy. Yours looks awesome. Must give it a try.

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  4. thnks for the recipe..my husband loves eggplant...so i am always in search for something,as i do not eat it...i will try this out soon and let u know :)

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  5. the curry looks really good.......the veggies r perfect in size...good job...nice recipe dear thanks for sharing

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  6. If a curry is named after sombody, then it must taste great! Great entry, looks great too!:)

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  7. Thankyou SRA..,easycrafts,shella,rajitha,shanthibanu for your comments...
    Asha,
    I think I made you understand wrong...Muthu's curry is name of the restaurant and They call this brinjal curry as brinjal Masala...
    Thats what I meant...Hope now its clear...:l

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  8. Hey, thats a great looking curry.. your gravy looks great, its got a nice rich colour to it.S'pore - i will visit you soon!

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  9. Simple recipe and I just love it!!!
    All my brinjal recipes need some masala paste but your look so simple to make!!! a definite try!!

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  10. That's one perfect entry,looks yummy!

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  11. Lovely entry. Love brinjal.

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  12. I love your blog! Nice photos and layout.

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  13. Awesome Entry Raji..:)

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  14. I lived in Singapore for 6 yrs and always associated Muthu's Curry restaurant to the fish head curry that it is famous for.. so have never stepped in. Had i known that they had a great brinjal masala then, it would've been a diff. story. Thank you Raks for for this great recipe.

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  15. Hey I have been to muthu's restaurant when We were in Sing for a few months. eggplant curry looks nice ..

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  16. Sounds delicious...must try.hy i tried ur suzhiyan this diwali,i was very tasty and sooo simple. thanks for sharing...

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  17. Seema,
    Thanx for the compliments and tell me when r u coming!!:))

    Padmaja,
    I too have tried adding many types of masalas...This one is very simple to make and tastes great...!!Glad you liked this..:))

    Thanks bindya and happy cook For your comments:-)

    Welcome to my blog Kelly!!

    Thanks for the comments siri!!

    Lavanya,
    We too went for the 1st time there after 3 years life in singapore...:))As we r vegetarian...we had this there...

    Prema thanks for the comments!!

    RemyaThanx for trying out:-)

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  18. Curry looks perfect for the event and also is simple to make. Loved it. Trust you had a happy and quiet :D Deepavali too. ;)

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  19. raks, you have so many good brinjal recipes! this is a new curry and it looks delicious... :D
    my daughter is studying in Singapore. I will ask her to visit 'Muthu's Curry' :))

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  20. That is a nice curry raji. I love brinjal no matter how it is cooked.

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  21. Hi Raks,

    I tried your version of Suzhiyan for Diwlai, it has come out very well.,Thanks alot.

    In between this brinjal curry looks awesome...hmmm goes well with chappathi and rice too.

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  22. Love recipes like the one here!!:)
    must give a shot!:)

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  23. Lakshmi,Ya u r right ...had a silent Diwali;D
    Lissie,
    Thanx for the compliments still I have one of my favourite dish...will soon post it...Pls ask ur daughter to visit...who knows may be she hav visited b4...
    Hima,Usha & bharathy
    Thanx for the compliments

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  24. Hi Raks,

    First try your version of this curry and I will visit Muthu's Curry soon.
    I live in singapore.
    I like the open kitchen concept in Muthu's curry.
    Lovely entry, thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  25. That's a great idea: using a tiny bit of cornstarch to make the gravy thick! I have to try this soon.

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  26. Nupur,
    Try and then let me know...As we use tomatoe and sambhar powder and boiling for some time, the gravy becomes thick by itself..at last when we add this
    "tiny bit corn flour",It sure will do its job well;D...Even if u cant find that immediately,after it cools down surely it had that effect!!!

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  27. Nice and simple recipe. Never heard about muthu's curry. will try it sometime. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Thankyou kribha for ur comments

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  29. Good one, Raks! I am a brinjal fan..:)

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  30. Hi RAK'S Kitchen! Brinjal curry looks delicious.

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  31. Thanx seena and Daily meals for ur compliments!!

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  32. Ummmm, lots of rice or roti to eat with this :)

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  33. I tagged you over at my blog. I hope you don't mind and have time to answer it!

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  34. lovely brinjal curry

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  35. Lovely recipe! I feel this will go well with rotis too!:) Nice entry rajeshwari!

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  36. I love brinjal ...So anything would be fine with me ...This one is awesome ....

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  37. thankyou all for your compliments and comments

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  38. Interesting Raji. Nice entry too. Viji

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  39. Hi Raji, am not much a fan of brinjal, but for those who enjoys it, sure yours wud be a great treat...

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  40. Thank you Viji and Scientist

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  41. I am not a great fan of brinjal, but my husband loves it.. So I make it often.. And I stumbled upon this when I was searching for new varieties. It turned out really well, he loved it :) And even I had :)

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  42. This is the best recipe ever. So easy, quick and ALWAYS a huge success. My girlfriend from South India exclaimed "It tastes just like home!!" when I first made this, so this is a regular in our house. She took some to her (very picky!) colleague at work who said "it tastes like an Indian housewife made this".

    What can I say... brilliant recipe. If an untalented European like me can impress with this curry, anyone can. it's a 100 % foolproof.

    Thank you Raks!

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  43. Thank God for ur blog.....i now have variety of recipes - simple, easy and yummy too! My Dad and I dont like coconut very much. Your curry without coconut section is extremely helpful.... Now i dont have to scratch my brains out to decide what to make everyday :) THANK U

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