Katrikaai (brinjal) Rice


1 Brinjal (Can use any variety)
2 cups cooked rice
Salt to taste
2 tsp vangi bhath powder
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp bengalgram dal
1/2 tsp blackgram dal
3 tsp oil

Heat oil and add mustard seeds, bengalgram dal and blackgram dal. When it splutters, add brinjal cut into small pieces and cook for some time by adding little water. Add vangi bath powder and salt. Add the cooked rice and mix well.

Serve with some raita or chips.

You could make katrikaai gojju and store in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. Just skip mixing rice in the above recipe for it.

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Sending this over to Pooja for the VOW-Brinjal event

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Asha said...

I LOVE Vangi bhath, can't have enough recipes!:)

Unknown said...

nice recipe...i do make kathrikai rice,but what is vaangi baath powder..is it available everywhere?

Pooja said...

Nice entry from you EC, Easy too.
Thanks a lot for sharing and participating . Hugs to you .

Kalai said...

I love kathirikkai sadham, but usually make some masala for it that's a little different from vangi baath masala. Looks delicious, EC! Nice entry! :)

Finla said...

I must admit i am not a fan of brinjal

Unknown said...

Have not tried rice with brinjal..Nice entry..

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Oh wow my fav rice dish :) ... looks tasty....

Raks said...

I love Vaangi bath! Looks yummy:)

Dhivya said...

yuumy rice and great entry

Sagari said...

love vangibath looks deleciousss easycrafts

EC said...

@ Asha...Thanks

@ Soumya...Thanks. Usually MTR vangi bath powder is available everywhere. Else you can make it for yourself, I will be shortly posting my version of it.

@ Pooja...thanks, Its a pleasure to participate in such an event.

@Kalai..thanks, would love to see ur version soon

@ Happy Cook ... Hehe, even i dont like it, but i make it for my family members

@ Divya, Vanamala, Raks Kitchen, Dhivya, Sagari...thanks for commenting, do try it out

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