BRINJAL (KATHIRIKKAI) GOTSU- STEP BY STEP

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BRINJAL (KATHIRIKKAI)  GOTHSU- STEP BY STEP

For this recipe you need

4 - 5 nos. of  Brinjal/Kathirikkai
2 onions
2 tomatoes
1/2 tsp. of turmeric powder
1 tsp. of chilli powder
2 tsp. of Homemade gotsu powder
1 tbsp. of tamarind water
Salt

For seasoning

1 tsp. of mustard and urad dal
A sprig of curry leaves
2 red chillies
2 tsp. of chana dal
A pinch of Asafoetida

Preparation

Wash and chop the brinjals, Heat oil in a pan, add the chopped brinjals and saute it well until they gets softened.


Allow the brinjals to cool ,grind it in the blender and keep it aside.


Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pan, add the mustard seeds when they stop spluttering add the mustard seed.


Add the curry leaves, chana dal, split the red chillies and add it along with a pinch of asafoetida.


Add the chopped onions, saute it until they turn translucent.


Add the tomatoes, along with turmeric and chilli powder .Mix it gently and allow the tomatoes to get cooked well.


Add the grinded brinjal paste along with sufficient water along with tamarind water and stir it gently.


Add the Gothsu powder , mix it well and allow it to boil. Finally garnish with coriander leaves.


Brinjal Gothsu is ready to be served...................


Serve it hot with Hot Idli's/Crispy Dosa's and enjoy................:)


Note:
Make sure the gothsu powder gets mixed well or else dilute it with water and add to the gravy.

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Aruna Manikandan

I am a passionate cook and love to experiment various cuisines , in my kitchen. This blog is my humble attempt to register a copy of recipes that I learn and try . Feel free to experiment with my recipes and adjust accordingly to suit your taste and requirements.Hope you enjoy :)

53 Comments

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  1. Dosa's perfect accompaniment is gosthu...I love this..never made it this way but this recipe surely sounds too good.

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  2. my fav and nice event, count me in...

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  3. Wow.. looks absolutely tempting and perfect.. lovely step by step photos :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  4. perfect gostu....lovely picture

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  5. Looks terrific n yummy...love to have it now..

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  6. Mouth watering while seeing kosthu with dosa...

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  7. Looks delish and love that with dosa ..yummy combo

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  8. I do prepare gosthu as urs, looks inviting..love with hot idlies..

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  9. Wow! Drooling here. Perfect with ven pongal.

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  10. wow....The gosthu looks so tempting adn love it with idly....Thanks for sharing...

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  11. Really its a good combo with dosa. yummy clicks dear.

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  12. Looks like a fantastic combo with dosa..I have never tasted this till now..Trying it out soon :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. Never tasted this but looks very nice with dosa

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Looks absolutely tempting and perfect.it goes well with pongal also

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  15. wow looks absolutely delicious and very inviting !!

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  16. Looks so tempting.Love to make it now...

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  17. Absolutely tempting and delicious...tempting clicks.

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  18. very nice and yummy kosthu with neat explanations

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  19. This sounds easy and perfect for rotis and dosas

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  20. yummy gosthu.perfect for pongal and idli.

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  21. Yum- will try this next time I make dosas..

    US Masala

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  22. Perfect for dosas / idlis.. Nice step by step instructions

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  23. Yummy gosthu..Am drooling over your last click!

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  24. Amma makes gosthu with pongal. this one looks delicious.

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  25. perfect for dosas .... very yummy
    http://rajafood.blogspot.com

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  26. i remember eating them as a kid, oh delish!

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  27. The brinjal gosthu looks very yummy .

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  28. Superb Gosthu..Sounds relishing :)

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  29. Delicious gosthu. Perfect with pongal or dosa. Looks too good.

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  30. Delicious Gosthu,luks yum...Perfect with Dosa and Idly.

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  31. i like ur gosthu... looks very tempting.. yumm for dosa and idly...

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  32. I make similar one,minus tomatoes,add tamarind instead :) Love the last click with dosa!

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  33. wow looking delicious and tempting me :) awesome gothsu and drooling entries :)

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  34. I also LOVE brinjal! Can have it every day :)

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  35. Nice recipe! Love that bowl!

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  36. wonderful blog....sometimes make the gothsu this way...nice!!

    www.foodieworkz.blogspot.com

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  37. I make kaththarikkay masiyal in a different way! Your version looks nice.Shall try this next time.

    konjam velai athikam irukka mathiri irukku..athukkeththa taste irukkumnu photos-a paarkkumpothe theriyuthu! ;)

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  38. never tasted it but since it is eggplant Iam sure I will love it looks perfect accompaniement for dosa or idli

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  39. I'll surely try this. have wanted to for a while.
    tempting and lovely instructions

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  40. Wow you have a beautiful site! Is that melogne aka egg plant in this recipe? Reminds me of when my mother would roast the egg plant on the stove and fry it with lots of garlic. Yum!!!
    www.whatocook.com

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  41. love your blog!!!
    came to here thur blogadda..
    will be trying out some of ur dishes myself..and will let u know thru posts on mine

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  42. Aruna, Love all your recipes and pics - I am taking the next flight to Riyadh :)

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  43. ஆஹா....

    திவ்யம்....

    பொங்கலுக்கு தொட்டுண்டா, படு சூப்பரா இருக்கும்...

    சாப்பிட்டு கொஞ்ச நாளாச்சு... இந்த ரெசிப்பியை பார்த்ததும் ஞாபகம் வந்துடுத்து...

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  44. You have a nice collection of recipes! Happy to follow you! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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