Monday, March 21, 2011

Smoked Egg Plant Chutney / Sutta Kathirikkai Chutney and Awards

 Spring has beautifully sprung here ,with green  leaves and colourful flowers.Winter has arrested us from going out to the parks.Now as the weather has changed,we happily started going to the park.Rohith had a good time in the park,watching swans ,ducks,beaver and turtle.And today the moon has come very near to the earth.Watching the reflection of the moon on the river was a cherishable moment.Rohith and his dad played with kite.After spending some 2 hours in the park,I was dragged by my husband along with Rohith to the car :(
 Again started my dinner worries.Suddenly Geetha's (of"EnSamayaAraiyil") smoked eggplant chutney,hit my mind and started immediately after jumping out from the car. Thus the story of this chutney.I have prepared with small eggplants, but u can prepare it with big ones too.My mom will prepare these kind of chutneys in a diffeent way.Will post that recipe soon.

Recipe Source ; En Samayal Araiyil


Ingredients:
1.Egg Plants              -         3 medium sized
2.Red chillies           -          3
3.Mustard seeds       -           1 tsp
4.Urad dal                -           1 tbsp
5.Tamarind               -           small gooseberry size
6.Hing                       -           a pinch
7.Coconut                  -          3 to 4 pieces

For tempering:
1.Oil                          -           1 tsp
2.mustard seeds         -            1/4 tsp
3.Urad dal                 -             1/4 tsp
4.Curry leaves           -             few

Method:


Smoking the eggplant:
* For smoking ,we can use any sized egg plants.If we are using big ones,then cut them and smoke them.
* I have used small egg plants.
* First apply oil on the egg plant .Pierce the skewers inside the egg plant.
* Place the egg plants on the stove on a medium flame.
* Smoke it till the skin comes out or for 20 minutes.Turning in between.
* Place the egg plant aside and cool it completely.Now scoop out the skin of the egg plant.



Grinding:
* Take a pan, add mustard seeds,when they start spluttering,add the red chillies,urad dal,hing ,coconut and tamarind.Let them get roasted well.
* Cool the roasted mixture completely and grind them with required salt.
* Mean while ,take another pan,add oil and splutter with all the ingredients under "For tempering" and pour it to the grinded mixture.

Serve with hot dosai or idlies.Can be mixed and had with rice also.

Note:
If u are preparing this chutney with big egg plants, then cut them into two and using the skewers smoke them.This is to reduce the smoking time.I smoked it in 2 batches.Since I used small egg plants,it took around 30 mins for all the three egg plants on a medium flame.We can also increse the flame to reduce the time to smoke.

Sending this to Aipi and Priya's Bookmarked Recipes event
Also sending to Torview Toronto's Food Palette series Brown





I am happy to share with u that,my friends has shared with me some awards.

Akila from Learning to Cook has shared with me this participation
Seema of Amchi bong Konnexion has awarded me with this lovely award,


And she has asked to list out some interesting facts about me.Here I am shooting
* I am a very jolly person,who always enjoys the present and cares very little about the future.
* I am a M.C.A graduate,but at present a busy mom.
* Love to explore new places.If I am depressed,will go for a walk.This will refresh me immediately.
* Love to cook different cuisines,as long as there are skape goats like my H.
* I love to read and write tamil poetry.
* Has participated in all dramas in schools and colleges.
* Love to speak over the phone to my friends and parents.

Thats all from my side.See u all in my next post.



36 comments:

Kurinji said...

Nice recipe and congtrats on ur award Savi!
Kurinjikathambam
Event : HRH-Puffed Rice

Sharmilee! :) said...

This chutney sounds and looks intersting

Vimitha Anand said...

I always wanted to make egg plant chutney and this looks like a perfect recipe...

Seema Kamath alias Seema Abbas Ali said...

Hey Savitha,

Thanks for accepting the award and posting 7 facts about you. Nice to know more about you dear.

Regards,
Seema
amchi-bong-konnexion.blogspot.com
seemabbas.blogspot.com

Prathima Rao said...

This is totally new to me & looks like a must try!! And it definelty is gona be a hit at home!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Prathibha said...

Love the smoky flavor of eggplant....looks yumm

Umm Mymoonah said...

That looks so tempting, I love the smoky flavor of this chutney.

Priya said...

Chutney superaa irruku Savitha..congrats on ur award, glad to know more about u..

notyet100 said...

will try this,looks delicious,..

GEETHA ACHAL said...

Looks so tempting and nice click..

Thanks for try the smoked chutney....Love it always...

divya said...

Awesome clicks... Lovely recipe and drooling over your pics.. Just yummy..Congrats on ur award..

aipi said...

I have to bookmark this too as my I know my eggplantoholic hubby will love this one lol ;))

It was nice to know more about you dear..

Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)
US Masala

Suja Sugathan said...

Chutney looks awesome,love smoked eggplant flavor,must try this,thanks for sharing dear.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Yummy recipe....congrats on the award...Nice to know about you...

Usha said...

The procedure of this chutney is similar to my mom's baingan ka bharta.

Chutney looks delicious!

Smitha said...

i love the smoky flavor!..it surely goes good with dosas...love the platter!
Smitha
Smitha's Spicy Flavors

SouthindianHome said...

Nice recipe. Congrats on your award

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

Congrats on ur awards and wish u many more !!!! Chutney looks so yummy and delicious !!

Reva said...

The chutney looks great ...congrats on your award and best wishes to keep up the good work...
Reva

G.Pavani said...

yummy chutney..

S.Menaga said...

விருதுக்கு வாழ்த்துக்கள்..சட்னி இட்லி,தோசைக்கு சூப்பரா இருந்திருக்குமே...

Shanavi said...

Congrats on ur award Savi, the only diff in this recipe is that I would use a microwave after pricking .., chutney looks really delcious, hope u had a great dinner..

Raji said...

The chutney is looking delicious..lovely recipe.

Vidhya said...

A chutney looks delicious.Congrats on your awards and it was nice knowing more about you.

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Eggplant chutney looks awesome... Congrats on your award and nice knowing more about u..

http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com
Herbs & Flowers in my Platter - Coriander/Cilantro

Charitha said...

delicious chutney with smokey flavour..love your clicks

http://womensera2008.blogspot.com/2011/03/event-announcement-c-for-colourful.html

Rachu said...

same thoughts abt spring Savitha.. chutny with eggplant looks yumm
ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

Swathi said...

delicious eggplant chutney. Love it.

USHA said...

Congrats for your reward.

This chutney is new to me, but i like the method. Sure i guess it taste different and nice.

Nice to know about you.

Biny Anoop said...

recipe and the picsboth are lovely savi

Torviewtoronto said...

congrats on the awards
eggplants look flavourful delicious
thank you for linking

Kamakshi Prasanna said...

delicious looking and tasting eggplant chutney!! very soon will try!congrats on the award!

RS said...

Delicious chutney and congrats on your awards :)

HGourmet Foodie said...

This eggplant chutney looks so yummy!!! loved the pic!!!

schmetterlingwords said...

Looks wonderfully yummy with those crispy dosas...

Pari said...

nice chutney.
FOODELICIOUS

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