Brinjal thuvaiyal is a traditional South Indian dish made from a handful of simple, yet flavourful ingredients. The primary ingredient of this dish is brinjal, also known as eggplant. The brinjal is roasted to perfection, lending the thuvaiyal a delightful, smoky undertone that complements the other flavors remarkably well.
Salt kozhukattai, a steamed dumpling made from rice flour, is another dish that pairs well with the brinjal thuvaiyal. The contrast between the soft, mild dumplings and the tangy, spicy thuvaiyal makes for a mouthwatering combination.
To sum up, brinjal thuvaiyal is a versatile dish whose unique blend of flavors goes well with a variety of dishes. Whether served with Idli, Dosa, rice upma and or salt kozhukattai, this thuvaiyal is sure to be a delightful addition to any meal.
A very common Tamilian breakfast dish that is served with chutney/sambar/milagai podi
Rice UpmaDifficulty: Easy
This rice upma is made with rice rawa and served with any chutney or sambar. This rice upma will take more time to cook than ordinary Bombay rawa upma.
Pidi Kozhukattai – SaltDifficulty: Easy
This pidi kozhukattai is made with Red Rice Puttu Podi (flour). It pairs well with any spicy chutney.