Thursday, March 15, 2012

Vazhuthananga (Brinjal) Thoran


Ingredients:
  • Vazhuthananga 5
  • Coconut 1.5 cup
  • Turmeric pdr ½ Tsp
  • Green chilly  2 to 4
  • Shallots 3 to 5
  • Curry leaves
  • Mustard
  • Water 
  • Salt
  • Oil
Cut the brinjals into small length wise pieces and put it in water. Crush coconut, shallots, green chilly and turmeric pdr.  Squeeze the brinjal well and put it into a manchatti (earthen pot) or any other vessel. Add the crushed coconut, few curry leaves and salt over it and press it with a spoon. Add little water and cook it in medium flame. Combine it slowly with a wooden spoon and keep it aside. Heat oil in a cheenachatti (wok) and splutter the mustard seeds followed by curry leaves and sliced shallots. Finally add the brinjal into it and  mix it slowly.

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32 comments:

  1. I love brinjal. This is a new way of preparing brinjal for me with coconut. Something for me to try for sure.

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  2. Hi, Just letting you know that your publish button is not seen ender the comment box.

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  3. Thoran looks so colorful and healthy. A very healthy preparation indeed.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. For the first time seeing a thoran with brinjal...I love to try it soon..
    (btw,the profile picture looks absolutely beautiful Teena)

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  5. Thoran with Brinjal. Sounds new... Will try it soon

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  6. I love these kind of thorans...yummm

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  7. Thoran looks and sounds irresistible.

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  8. We too make like this, nice clicks :)

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  9. wow i have some green brinjals w wud love to make thisith me and

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  10. Never prepared thoran out of brinjals..always had it as mezhukuperatti or masala fry..sounds interesting

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  11. perfect with some hot rice and mooru kachiyathu..yummm

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  12. never know that we can make thoran with brinjals. Nice recipe

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  13. never made brinjal this way - interesting

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  14. plz add my blog on your blog list :) thanks

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  15. mmmm.... yummy. naad orma varunnu.... :(

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  16. delicious recipe...Rush ur entries to http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/03/my-450-th-post-and-special-event.html

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  17. this preparation looks very yummy.

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  18. mmmm....looks so yummy!!

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com

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  19. Hi Tina, looks really nice recipe never try before must try. have a nice weekend:).

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  20. Lovely Tina, I looked on your link, beautiful pictures, apart from the great food, you're a really great photographer, I should come to you for advice :)

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  21. Good one Tina. Never tried thoran with brinjal.

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  22. Delicious one... Adipoli photos...

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  23. simple and delicious!!beautiful click tina!

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  24. hi tina, me first time at your space.. should say "adipoli blog"..
    :) following you.. Do visit my baby stage blog Noel collections
    Thanx Reshmi

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