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Monday, March 8, 2010

                            As the world knows I love brinjal(most of us like right?),this is also one of MY favorite poriyal made with brinjal!  But since my H does not like  brinjal(like most of the guys),I almost don’t make this,may be this is the fourth time or so ,I am making after marriage :(
Kathirikkai Poriyal!
Yesterday I made specially for me and my blog :)  So here’s a EASY recipe,could be made within 15 minutes!

INGREDIENTS:

Brinjal 1 (I used long variety,if you use small variety 5-8) nos.
Sambar powder 1 tsp
Tamarind extract 1 tsp
Turmeric 1/4 tsp
Salt 3/4 tsp(as needed)

To Grind:

Coconut 1/4 cup
Jeera 1/2 tsp
Shallots 2 tsp
water 1/4 cup

To Temper:

Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 1/2 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Curry leaves A sprig

Kathrikkai poriyal

Method:

  1. Cut brinjals length wise and cut them in desired size.Keep immersed in water till use.
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  3. Grind the coconut with water  and lastly add shallot and jeera and grind them coarsely.
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  5. Heat a heavy bottomed pan/nonstick pan with oil and temper with the items given under the To Temper table.
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  7. Add the cut brinjals and add ground coconut mixture,tamarind extract,turmeric,sambar powder and salt.
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  9. Mix well and cook covered for 4-5 minutes in low flame,stirring in between once or twice to avoid burning.(check if its done other wise cook till done with little more water sprinkled.)
  10. Done
  11. Transfer to the serving bowl and that’s it ,ready to enjoy as accompaniment for rice!
Kathrikkai poriyal!

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71 comments:

  1. looks yum! and i also like your new template :)

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  2. I too love brinjals a lot ....
    Poriyal looks delicious dear :-)
    Nice clicks...

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  3. Wow totally liked you 15 min version of Brinjals ! They seem tasty too !

    I too love brinjals and I've prepared it so many times that my husband has no other option than liking it ;)

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  4. I too love katharikai...tempting recipe...

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  5. love the pictures and the delicious dish too...looks yum raks and happy woman's day

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  6. I like the coconut added in this kattirikai! I am a big fan too!

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  7. Wow, I love brinjal in every form and gladly DH too. Such an aromatic preparation, I love the flavour of Sambhar powder.
    Happy Woman's Day.

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  8. I love this dry curry, fantastic clicks as always..

    Pretty header Raks!!

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  9. what a lovely click. I love brinjals and but hesistate in making many recipes of them as my kids say YUK. Hope your kid liked it.

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  10. This brinjal curry looks amazingly delicious I love the addition of tamarind and coconut.

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  11. hey Raks,
    It's bn a long time :)
    Like the new look of ur blog...
    yummy looking brinjal masala...shall try ur version...my recipe is a little diff.
    TC

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  12. Adding coconut to brinjal curry is new to me.Looks absolutely mouthwatering.I have brinjals in my fridge.will try this version

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  13. Beautiful clicks dear..Poriyal looks yummy.

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  14. Not v found of brinjals... but definitely wud love it someday for a small portion

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  15. looks delicious..will try this way next time i buy brinjals..

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  16. Looks nice and me too a gr8 fan of brinjal like u..Awesome pics as usual :)

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  17. Drool worthy pics Raks. They made me more hungry now :)

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  18. Looks yummy and beautiful clicks.

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  19. Oh...I've an affair with brinjals..;-)) love them..loke your semi dry curry..looks delicious and tasty!!

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  20. luks very yum..cant find word to explain than these..

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  21. wow!!! this looks awesome:) I love brinjal in any form:)
    tempting recipe:)

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  22. I have neve rmade with coconut, i am sure that gives such a super taste. My daughter doesnt touch brinjal. Which i think is a pity.

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  23. Simple & tempting............love the new look of ur site.

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  24. The puriyal is so yummy looking...thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  25. Lovely color of d curry dear.....even I love brinjal..perfect combo for rice

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  26. Wow.. looks really nice. Your clicks are amazing as ever.

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  27. I love brinjal .. this is so simple & yumm

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  28. My favourite yummy curry. New template is cute

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  29. Nice one..same with me..hubby doesnt like Brinjals !!Nice placement mat..

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  30. nice click and poriyal looks so delicious..

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  31. Though am not a big fan of kathrikai....poriyal looks delicious & flavourful. Luved the 2nd click, nice bright and colorful!!

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  32. Yummy. Brinjal is my fav veg. tempting recipe..

    I am hosting an event named vegetable marathon. This mnth veg is brinjal. If wish u can send this ...

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  33. Wow very nice click! Looks yummy and delicious. Very different brinjal recipe. Gotta try this version.

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  34. step by step snaps are a treat..lovely dish

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  35. thats what I also wanted to do today but dint get anytime to cook anything solely for me. lovely dish. we have a great harvest of brinjal in my garden. will definitely do this soon.

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  36. Oh I've not made this before.. the coconut addition must make this real yummy - will try for my inlaws who include a lot of coconut in their diet.

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  37. Hey, I like this recipe..I too use long variety brinjal..somehow, I feel that cooks bit faster than other varieties..thanks for sharng this nice recipe..

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  38. Same here too Raks...I love brinjals and thatz not the case with my hubby...I too did a brinjal dish yesterday...yours looks so good...I am bookmarking yours...thanks :)

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  39. Kathrikai poriyal looks great. In my case my daughter never has them.
    I like your new header.

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  40. Nice poriyal raji..asusual awesome pictures. Happy woman's day!!!

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  41. looks yummy and tempting!! Bookmarked.

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  42. curry looks delicious though I too don't like brinjal...new template looks very refreshing...nice one..:-)

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  43. Very new recipe to me. sounds delicious. I've also posted my eggplant recipe.

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  44. hello rajeshwari...ur blog hve a wonderful collection of recipes....love to try this poriyal soon...glad to follow ur blog....

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  45. Wanted to come here long time ago...but it's better late than never :-) U hav got fantastic space here.Adding coconut to Brinjal curry is an interesting thing. Gotta to try this version of your's....Glad to follow you:-)
    Deepa
    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  46. WOw, such a wonderful preparation, and who can say no to this...spicy and nice.

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  47. Adding coconut with brinjals..need to try this version..

    I am hosting an event called home remedies Raks, any chances you will send a remedy?

    http://ruchikacooks.com

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  48. love brinjals in any form.. and addition of coconut and cumin sounds yumm... and btw, like the new look of your blog..

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  49. that looks delicious.. beautiful click too.. we are so tempted to grab that bowl...

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  50. Looks fantastic! Love brinjal with coconut..yumm!

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  51. Yum! Looking very nice ! Love the pics!

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  52. Love your template, Mmm.., The curry looks delicious.., My H is all for it!, He loves this veggie so much. Of course Beautiful click as always

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  53. Loved the step by step explanation with clicks.....beautiful colour

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  54. brinjal cooked ready in 15 mts sounds great,,looks delicious.

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  55. wow u have a nice blog dear,and the brinjal looks perfect......iam following u...if u get time came vist my blog.http://mykitchen-been.blogspot.com/

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  56. YUm-o-yum. The eggplant makes my mouth water. I can see it talking to me. Great photos.

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  57. love the pictures... the colour just pops out :)

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  58. We tried this recipe and it came out really good.. We made it as a side for the roti and everyone enjoyed it very well...

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  59. very tempting. We also make it almost the same way. The only exception is the shallot. Last picture is soo drool worthy

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  60. I am a regular follower of your blog. I have tried out most of your dishes. Your simplistic way of presenting the facts and tabular columns makes it a boon for bachelors like me who are interested in cooking. I have bookmarked your blog and keep checking for updates.

    You are certainly a culinary expert.

    All the best !!

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  61. Thanks Karthikeyan for the wonderful words,these encouragive words motivate me a lot ,Thanks you made my day!

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  62. I had to bookmark this to try, looks yum!

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  63. Hi Raks,

    I tried this brinjal curry today. Wow! it was an excellent combo with Rasam rice.

    These days I am becoming a regular visitor your blog for mouth-watering and simple recipes.

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  64. Hi..

    Recently got introduced to your blog from my sister... Hearty Appreciation for your work.. I tried Vazhaipoo poriyal... and yet to try your other dishes...

    As a bachelor getting more interested to try out many dishes..

    Congrats for your work..

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  65. This is how I like to make it even for my kathirkai sadham - Looks super delicious!

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  66. Hiii..
    Its been a while since I follow your blog.. I love the pictures - they are so colourful.. I like the step by step instructions..it kinda inspires me to start a food blog of my own... but dont dare to.. I know its not going to be as good as yours and hence dont even wana try.. hehe!!! anyway.. I tried this receipe and it turned out to be really good!! thank you again, for the beautiful pics and simple receipes!!!
    Regards,
    M

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  67. hi,
    thank you for sharing this receipe.Can this be made with green bringal?

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  68. Yes you can make it with green brinjal

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  69. very delicious mouth watering

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  70. very delicious .. mouth watering.. very useful blog for me...

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