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Saturday, February 6, 2010

BRINJAL | KATHIRIKAI PORIYAL

Brinjal / Kathirikai Poriyal


A simple, Quick and an easy poriyal.



For this Poriyal you need


5 - 6 Brinjals/Kathirikai
1 tsp. of Aniseed
1 onion
2 garlic - chopped
1/2 tsp. of turmeric powder
1 tsp. of chilli powder
2 tsp. of Coriander powder
Salt to taste
2 tsp. of oil


Preparation


Wash and chop the Brinjals lengthwise .Soak them in water.


Heat oil in a pan. Add the aniseed .


Add the chopped garlic and saute them well.


Add the chopped onions and fry them until they become translucent


Now add the chopped brinjals. along with the turmeric powder, chilli and coriander powder.


Finally add salt and stir them gently .


Sprinkle some water . Cover and cook them in a low flame until all the brinjals become tender.

Brinjal fry is ready to taste


Serve it hot with Rice..........

15 comments:

Vrinda said...

Easy and yummy brinjal fry..

simply.food said...

Delicious yet simple and easy to make.

Jagruti said...

simply and delicious dish..:))

Priya said...

Simple and my fav poriyal..

AshKuku said...

Easy & savorable..... Nice pics of it...Very favorable.....

Ash....
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malarvizhi said...

simple and nice poriyal. thanks for sharing

Sowmya said...

my fav...ur version sounds yummy...will try this soon..

Rohini said...

Easy, delicious n yummy dear!

Anu said...

Simple and yummy fry...

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow the poriyal looks simple and tasty!!! Love brinjal fry must try dish!!! My first visit here, shall come by for more!!!

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Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Kathirika is one of my fav veggie,i tried this poriyal immediately at home.The taste was too good...Keep blogging...All the best

Padhu said...

Delicious Aruna

prashant said...

Easy, delicious n yummy dear!

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Akal's Saappadu said...

brinjal poriyal sounds delicious and simple!!!

Tina said...

Poriyal looks yummy....