Kathirikkai pitla recipe – Brinjal in coconut gravy

Kathirikai pitla , a cuisine from tamil nadu , is a nice side dish with rice and morkozhumbu( tamil version of kadi,though not exactly). But I just love it with simple rice and dal.

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Kathirikkai pitla recipe - Brinjal in coconut gravy Yum
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
Ingredients
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cook Brinjal in tamarind water along with turmeric powder and salt. Heat oil in another pan.Add red chillies,chana dal,tuvar dal,udid dal,coriander seeds,coconut(half the quantity). Stir for about 4 to 5 minutes.(do not allow them to turn very brown).Grind this mixture adding a little water.
  2. Heat oil in a pan.Add mustard seeds,asafoetida,curry leaves and peanuts. Then add the cooked brinjal and then the ground paste. Mix in the cooked tuvar dal. Stir some more grated coconut till they turn a little brown and add it to thicken the gravy further.
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26 Comments

  1. Brinjal gravy luks very tempting.. first time in your blog u hv a great blog..

     
  2. I’ve only made chow chow pitlai so far.. must try it with kathrikai. Looks good.

     
  3. I am loving this Brinjal mela, can’t wait for round up. Looks yum!:)

     
  4. What a lovly dish ! thanks a lot Soumya for adding one more nice dish with brinjal to VoW event 🙂 .
    The idea of making gravy with diff dals and peanuts is really nice.

     
  5. i have never tried pitlai with kathrikkai..i will try it sowmya..

     
  6. Kathrikkai pitlai or gotsu right? Wonderful side dish ….

     
  7. Looks yum! I also loved your bread rolls.

     
  8. Vanamala Hebbar

    Nice dish 🙂

     
  9. Thats wonderful and looks tasty.Loves brinjal any time….

     
  10. never heard abt kathirikai pitlai sowmy..pitla means?looks delicious and yummy..must try

     
  11. Sowmya Madhavan

    @smn-Thanks for visiting my blog..do keep coming.
    @laavanya- I make with bittergourd too, nevr tried with chow chow..will try sometime.
    @asha- yes me too waiting for it..read some delicious brinjal recipes yesterday in other blogs.
    @pooja- Its a staple at home..thanks to include it in your event.
    @lavi- do try an dtell me how di dyou find it.

     
  12. Sowmya Madhavan

    @cham- kotsu is different..we dont add the ground mixture as we do in this.
    @vani-thanks.am glad you liked them.
    @vanamala and annu- Thanks dears.
    @dhivya-Pitla is basically adding the ground dals and coriander to veges like brinjal,okra,bitergourd cooked in tamarind water. do try and tell me.

     
  13. hi sowmya,
    Thanks for introducing me to a new brinjal dish! Keep up the good work
    ms

     
  14. Pitla looks yum! I have had only with Pavvakai.. never tried any other veg. Must try.

     
  15. thats atotally new dish for me..thanx for sharing.

     
  16. curry looks awesome..droolworthy!!!!

     
  17. very new way of cooking eggplant ,looks delecious

     
  18. Sowmya Madhavan

    @ms- do try and tell me how it comes.
    @seema- i also do with pavvakai..i like that.
    @saswati,remya,sagari- thanks for visiting my blog..do keep coming.

     
  19. Vandana Rajesh

    Thanks sowmya for visitng my blog. This brinjal sure looks tempting.

     
  20. Mala Muley

    its looks very tempting…….will try and let u know…….

     
  21. Never knew you could make pitla with egg plant. We make it with bitter gourd, but a little differently.
    Thanks for coming by my blog.

     
  22. I’ve always thought of pitla as something you make only with bittergourd….I like your version.

     
  23. srikar's kitchen

    traditional dishes

     
  24. I have never tried pitlai!
    This gravy with brinjal looks tasty!:)

     
  25. Andhra Flavors

    IT looks yum…

     
  26. Excellent recipe.. Thanks for posting this..

     

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