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Stuffed brinjal curry| Gutti vankaya curry| koora

Stuffed brinjal curry - Also known as gutti vankaya curry or koora, this recipe is famous in Andhra.  I have tried this recipe, came out very well. I got this recipe from my friend from Andhra. this curry goes well with biriyani. chapathi, rasam.. etc. Let get starter.


Brinjal - 5 nos
Onion - 1 big
Tomato - 1 big
Curry leaves 
Mustard seed - 1 teaspoon
Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
Cinnamon - 1 inch
Oil - 3 Tablespoon

Ingredients for grind

Coriander seeds - 2 tablespoon
Ground nut - 4 tablespoon
Channa dal  Split chickpeas - 2 tablespoon
Dry red chilly - 10 nos
Garlic  - 6 nos
salt as required


  • Heat oil in the pan at medium flame.  Roast  coriander seeds  for 2 minutes, channa dal for 2 minutes  , dry red chilly for 2 minutes .Ground nut for 5 min to become crunchy. Roast them seperate,  roast until aroma comes out. Take them in bowl.
  • Now take all the roasted ingredients , ground nut, coriander seeds. channa dal, dry red chilly, in a blender to grind them to coarse powder.
  • At the end, 6 garlics and salt to the powder  and blend it.
  • Cut the brinjal  Vertically ( x type),all four side.
  • Stuff it with blender powder.
  • Heat a pan, add 3 tablespoon of oil, add cinamon stick, cumin seeds and mustard seeds, leave it for popping.

  • Add chopped onion and curry leaves, saute until to becomes soft and tender.
  •  Now add diced tomato smash it.
  • Add stuffed brinjal saute for 5 minute until it turns nice and tender.

  • Add left over powder, add water. check the salt. to get thick gravy consistency.

 Leave it for 10 min in simmer ( low flame) .wait until it releases oil.

  • Check the brinjals if they are nice and tender. cook 5 more minutes.
  • Garnish with coriander serve it hot.

Serve with biriyani


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