Learned this recipe from Amma recently and this one pot meal will definitely make it as our weekend lunch often.
Onion – 4 medium sized
Tomato – 2 medium sized
Brinjal – 7 to 8 medium sized – cut to small pieces
Rice – 3 cups
dry roast and grind
coconut – optional
1. Cook rice with salt and a spoon of oil. Once cooked, spread it in a pan and allow it to cool down.
2. Saute cinnamon sticks, fennel seeds, curry leaves, onion, tomato and brinjal in same order.
3. Once brinjal is well cooked, add the dry roast-ground masala powder.
4. Once the masala powder is well observed by the brinjal mix, add the cooked rice, mix well and serve
Goes well with onion raita or plain curd or boiled egg.
Now, make this and relish to celebrate the end of marathon.
The marathon gave me the opportunity to record all the incidents that would have otherwise remained unsaid forever.
Thanks to Maya and RM for this wonderful initiative and all my readers.
That looks yummy yummy! super nice :):)
try it out someday and let me know how it turns out to be!
Yumm!! Picture perfect this is!:):):)
I am still trying to convince Amma for the ammani kozhukattai.. very soon 🙂 have you tried this?
My favourite! I always wanted a good recipe for vaangi bhaat. Thank you, will definitely try this.
anytime.. let me know if you liked this method..
I have eaten it many times. Amma makes this when we have some get togethers and all. Ah, try try. Ammini kozhukattai is simple and classic 🙂 🙂
yeah will try it soon.. Its not going off my mind.. those little tiny balls.. 🙂
Amma used to make Vangi bath for my lunch box every other day. Sometimes she added fresh green peas or boiled chickpeas and I used to polish off the dabba 😀 Brought back nice memories Ani 🙂 Will try this for sure!
even the brinjal-challenged (is there such a word) person that’s me also loved it and polished the plate 🙂
Glad to know that it rekindled your memories.. please try it
We used to get this dish in our canteen in Hyderabad!! Congratulations!!
have you liked it? pls try this method too.. congratulations to you too t2m.. we rock.. don’t we?
Wow.. that looks perfect. I like it with raita. You may add a fistful of roasted and de-skinned peanut.
yup that would make it taste heavenly.. will add it from next time.
I love it and your pic makes it all the more tempting 🙂
make it some day Uma..
Ani, I feel like making it now! I will definitely be trying this out! Thanks loads!
pls try and am waiting for the ennai kathirikai post 🙂