This is actually a guest post from a reader friend – Sakshi – She sent me this recipe sometimes back to try and she said she was okay even if I post it as a guest post from her. It took sometime for me to try it as I kept forgetting. Finally found chance to try this one day and clicked. I tried it as such she sent the recipe only that I added turmeric to the recipe as I was worried about the colour while cooking. Otherwise the same.
Usually I do not accept recipes from readers, as I am afraid of copyright issues, that I would never know where it came from, but Sakshi was sure that its an authentic dish from her community and they call it as ‘Upponkai’. When I tried it, I really loved it with chapathi and she had mentioned in her mail that it goes well with even rice, so try it out for a change. Thanks Sakshi for the recipe!
Serve with chapathi or as an accompaniment for rice. I had with phulkas and as a brinjal lover, I loved it a lot 😍