My arachu vitta sambar is a big hit among friends. Many have loved and tried it. Here I am with another speciality of mine - Arachuvitta kuzhambu. Just as my arachuvitta sambar does not require sambar powder, this kuzhambu also does not require sambar powder. I have prepared it with brinjal. You can try it with any vegetables which we normally use for kuzhambu like drumstick, broad beans, ladies finger or even with vathals. Learn how to make Brinjal kulambu recipe/Arachu vitta kathirikkai Kulambu following this easy recipe.
Soak tamarind in 2 1/2 cups hot water. Extract its juice and discard the pulp.
Cut brinjal lengthwise into 4 pieces.
Fry all the ingredients mentioned under "For Grinding" separately in a little oil. Once it cools, grind everything together including onion (onions should also be sauteed separately) to a smooth paste. Keep it aside.
Heat oil, add mustard seeds, when mustard splutters, add the rest of the ingredients mentioned under "For the seasoning".
Add pearl onions, brinjal and saute for a few minutes till onion turn transparent.
Add finely chopped tomatoes and fry for some more time.
Add turmeric powder, chilli powder, coriander powder and needed salt.
Add tamarind water and the ground paste and cook till the kulambu thickens.
Enjoy with hot rice.
More Brinjal recipes
Brinjal rice (Vangi bath)
Brinjal Gothsu-Brinjal gotsu
Ennai kathirikkai kuzhambu
Mochai Brinjal kara kuzhambu
Brinjal tomato gravy
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