Gutti vankaya is a traditional and authentic Andhra recipe also known as Nune vankaya in Rayalaseema region in Andhra pradesh. Stuffed brinjal curry goes well with rice and chapati
In a pan roast peanuts and red chillies on a low to medium heat. Roast until the peanuts turn golden and red chillies must turn crispy. Lower the heat and add coriander seeds powder, cumin, cinnamon, cardamom, sesame seeds toss for one minute.
Blend the mixture, add water, salt and make it into smooth paste. Stuff the paste into brinjals
Heat a pan with oil add mustard seeds, cumin, onions. Fry onions until they turn golden. Add ginger garlic paste fry until the raw taste goes away. Now add stuffed brinjals and coriander. Saute for 3 to 4 minutes.
Add water enough to cook and make gravy. If any stuffed paste is left add that now to the pan. Cook on low to medium heat, stir occasionally.
When the brinjals are wilted off, the skin looks loose it means they are cooked well. Taste the brinjal curry and adjust salt.
Nune vankaya/Gutti vankaya can be served with rice and chapati