Brinjal gothsu is a traditional South Indian dish made with brinjals (eggplants) and a flavorful blend of spices. It is often served as a side dish with Idli (steamed rice cakes) or dosai (fermented crepes). The dish involves frying brinjals until they are soft and then cooking them in a tangy and spicy tomato-based gravy. Additional ingredients such as onions, tamarind, and various spices are added to enhance the flavor. Brinjal gothsu is known for its rich, aromatic taste and is enjoyed by people who appreciate the flavors of South Indian cuisine. This brinjal gothsu goes well with Rice Upma and Ven Pongal.
Some people make Gothsu without dhal. If the Gothsu is watery, you can mix one or two teaspoons of rice flour with water and add it while boiling.
- Difficulty: 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.