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Friday, October 30, 2015

ennai-kathirikkai-curry
This ennai kathirikkai fry is an easy no onion no garlic recipe, which is different from the usual kathirikkai poriyal or kathirikkai curry I make with garlic in onion tomato base. I tried this recently after my co sis told that she tried fromRadhika’s blog.I liked it a lot and had it with sambar and rasam rice. Great with curd rice as well. I am so  happy that I found another brinjal recipe. Will make this often for myself. I tried the way we another brinjal kuzhambu, but you can omit the ingredient as the original recipe doesn’t call for those. I added it for extra spiciness and flavour.
ennai-kathirikkai

Ennai kathirikkai fry recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Snack
Prep Time5 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins     Serves: 4

Ingredients

Brinjal – 10

Salt – As needed


To dry roast and powder

Red chilli – 3

Chana dal – 1 tsp

Urad dal – 1 tsp

Asafoetida – 1/4 tsp

Black pepper (Optional) – 1/2 tsp

Grated coconut (optional) – 2 tbsp


To temper

Oil – 2 tbsp

Mustard – 3/4 tsp

Cumin seeds – 1 tsp

Curry leaves – 1 sprig


Method

  1. Cut brinjals lengthwise and keep it immersed in water until use. In a kadai, dry roast red chilli, chana dal, urad dal, black pepper (if adding) well until the dal turns golden.
  2. 1-roast
  3. Add coconut to this and fry for few seconds. Cool down and transfer to a mixer/ blender.
  4. 2-roasted
  5. Powder finely, keep aside. In a kadai, add oil, temper with mustard, cumin seeds and curry leaves.
  6. 3-powder
  7. Add cut brinjals, salt and cook in oil itself in medium or low flame.
  8. 4-cook
  9. Once it’s 3/4th done, add powdered spices and mix. Fry until the brinjal gets cooked and spices gets coated to the brinjal.
  10. 5-ready

Notes

    • Depending on the size of brinjal, cut it into 4 or 6, lengthwise.
    • Do not over cook the brinjals.
    • Add more oil if needed while cooking brinjals.

Serve with rasam or sambar or curd rice. An easy no onion no garlic ennai kathirikkai curry.
ennai-kathirikkai-fry

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14 comments:

  1. very tempting loved the lighting of the clicks

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  2. Actually this is podi potta kathrikaai...i believe ennai katrikaai will be in gravy form..but anyway i will use this recipe for podi potta kathrikaai..thanks:)

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  3. It's not a yennai katharikkai. This is podi katharikkai. No need to add pepper.

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  4. Yeah this is podi kathirikkai
    In our version, we first roast coriander seeds, sesame seeds, groundnuts, red chillies , asafoetida. We add to it semi boiled crunchy brinjals.
    Microwaving brinjals may yield better results for crunchier version.

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    1. Hi,

      Your recipe sounds nteresting.. can you please elaborate it please

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  5. This is Podi kathirikkai. Ennai kaththirikai can be made from same powder and same brinjals, by simply stuffing the powder in slit brinjals...

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  6. Tried this recipe during the weekend and it was awesome! Thanks Rak.

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  7. Can we make this recipe with lady fingers? Any tips for that?

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    1. May be you just have to fry the ladies finger in little sesame oil to get rid of slime and then proceed with the recipe .

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  8. There is no mention of salt anywhere in the whole of the recipe. Please incorporate.

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  9. No need to cover the brijal ?

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