Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Gutti Vankaya Koora kaaram Petti | Stuffed Brinjal Curry | Baingan sabji


It's holiday time and I miss my mom so much.We use to have lots of fun when I was with her few years back. I don't want to exaggerate that she is a best cook but she is one for me.It's almost 10 years I left home still I can feel the aromas of my mom's kitchen.For this recipe I have to say I tried many variations in powders still all those are just temporary. It's like  a phase that's it when the madness is over I will be back to the same old mom's recipe. 
The same stuffing powder can be used for all the veggies which you can stuff. 


Ingredients 
6 Brinjals
2Tbs oil
Stuffing powder
1/2 Cup urad dal 
1/4 Cup channa dal
3 Red chilli's
5 Methi seeds 
Small piece of tamarind.
Salt


Dry Roast all the stuffing ingredients except for salt & tamarind.Just fry them till they turn light brown & cool them aside before making it a powder. Grind coarsely along with salt & tamarind.
  



Take a brinjal and make a slit in between & repeat the same with rest of the brinjals.
Take the powder in a bowl & mix it with 1 tsp of oil.Stuff it in brinjals and place them slowly in a pan. Now switch on the heat and add 1 tbs oil to the pan. Close it with a lid and allow them to cook.
Once they are cooked well remove the lid and add rest of the oil to pan and fry them well.Sprinkle a little stuffing powder at the end and saute it for few seconds & switch of the heat.

Curry is ready to serve with hot rice.


Note: 
1. You can add sesame & coriander seeds for the stuffing ingredients.
2. Adjust oil accordingly as I used a nonstick one it took much less oil. 
3. Refrigerate the remaining powder in a air tight container.
4. Adjust red chilli's based on your spice levels.

26 comments:

  1. Omg, just drooling over that irresistible stuffed brinjal curry...makes me hungry..

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  2. Just reading through the recipe made my mouth water. I love Brinjals, but have never seen something like this. I was wondering if we can actually bake it after filling. Maybe I can just give it a try.

    Thanks for sharing your mom's recipe.

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  3. perfect stuffed brinjals! so well cooked and looks so neat!

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  4. Love the spicy mix,looks perfect and tempting..

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  5. very delicious curry..looks gr8

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  6. wow, what a great looking curry, I like gutti vanakaya koora:)

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  7. i can never get tired of eating gutthi vankaya :)

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  8. Mouthwatering Stuffed brinjal curry really.Superdelicious clicks too.

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  9. Wow I just loves these stuffed brinhal and with curd rice it's so deliciously fabulous:)

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  11. this is just yum, wonderful brinjal recipe..

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  12. delicious stuffed brinjals ... love them ... wonderful clicks ...... glad to follow u .........

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  15. Stuffed roasted brinjal, so ready with warm phulkas to eat...

    Cheers
    Muskaan

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  16. wow!! thats some really tasty brinjals sure to empty plate in one go! :)

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  19. very interesting! I love brinjals! And this is a great ay of making them!
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment

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  20. wow...sounds scrumptiously tasty..now I have the courage to giv a try...thanks for sharing Ammu..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  22. My mom makes this Ammu, I am telugu actually and superb pics...and thank you for the kind words..

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  23. I love this curry, makes me feel hungry. Simply fantastic.

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  24. Awesome clicks first time @ your blog lovely space am going to be a regular visitor :)

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