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Monday, December 22, 2008

              Tomato kadhi is known as curry chawara, is  a main dish for sindhi's. We have a function before the wedding day and is called as curry chawara ( as the food should not contain onions and garlic)

         The menu goes like this curry, chawara (rice) aloo took, lotus stem subzi and sweets like mohantal and sweet boondi is served.

Ingredients:

Ripe red tomatoes 5
Besan/Gram flour 1 1/2 tbsp
tamarind 2tbsp
Veggies Lady finger8 to 10 nos.,slit in between
cluster beans - 15
Drumstick - 10 nos
Radish 1 small one (optional)
turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
red chillie powder - 1 tsp (according to ur taste, bcos we have added green chillies also)
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For seasoning

mustard seeds 1tsp
jeera 1tsp
fengreek seeds - 1/2 tsp
hing a pinch
green chillies 2 or 3 chopped
ginger 1"inch piece
curry leaves 2 sprigs
oil 3 to 4 tbsp

method

1. Boil the tomatoes for 10 mints till soft, peel the skin  make to puree.

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2. Heat oil do the seasoning, add besan now and keep stirring it till the besan changes the colour to brown (careful in not letting it to burn). add red chillie powder stir once and add liltte water.

3. Now add the tomato puree, salt, tumeric.

4 Keep stirring it till the tamato leaves oil, add the veggies (lady's finger has been fried in oil separately and added)

5. Add 3 glass of water and tamarind.

6 Boil in very low flame for atleast 20 - 25 minutes till all the veggies get soft, and oil floats on top.

7. Ready to serve goes very well with rice and aloo took.

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33 comments:

  1. what a coincidence? i was just looking at ur tomato kadhi while u posted a comment in my blog..

    this is a different recipe and picture looks tempting and inviting.

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  2. Yes Mahimaa,after few days today I was visiting my blogger friends and posted a recipe too at same time:D
    Thanks for the quick comment!

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  3. I love garlic and onions, but once in a while I would love to have a change too... this sounds perfect.

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  4. Used to love this kadhi until I became vegan! So quick and tastes great! Love yours and also I like the columns for ingredients and measures - neat!

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  5. looks colorful and tastes good. inviting pics.... sapida varava?!....

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  6. Tempting Kadhi..quite different one..need to try this..

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  8. A healthy dish with so many veggies, this is new to me, I have to make this for rotis today :)

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  9. Wow! The kadhi looks yummy...

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  10. That looks colourful and delicious!

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  11. that is a nice and simple recipe to learn! can try sometime!

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  12. Never tried this combo. Looks gr8.

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  13. looks really nice!
    join in the savory event going in my blog!

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  14. Tangy kadhi ,I love it with hot rice:)

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  15. wow, what a bright color! looks delicious.

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  16. Tomato kadhi looks colourful and delicious!lovely pic rekha

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  17. I never knew that a kadhi could be done with just tomatoes - always associated with curd... Beautiful colour and looks so tasty.

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  18. Hi
    Thanks for passing by my blog..your posts are interesting and pictures are great.I also liked the recipe for tomatoe kadhi.unique in some way.
    I would also like to wish you Merry Christmas and wonderful ushering into new year 2009.

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  19. Very different recipe and sounds very delicous too

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  20. Different recipe Raji.. Hav a card for you in my blog. Do check out!

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  21. That looks so tempting. Wish u a very happy new year.

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  22. Vibrant looking Kadhi. I'll definetly try this recipe.
    Wishing you a very happy new year. :-)

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  23. I am so distracted by the delicious drumsticks that you have there. I have not had drumsticks in years!

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  24. This is completely new to me , but love this kadhi. Happy that I got a new curry to try. Wish u and family a happy and prosperous New year.

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  25. Tomato Kadhi is new tyo me. Sounds good. Wish you and your family very happy new year.

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  26. Have tasted this just once, when a college friend made this. The colour is lovely. Thanks for the recipe!

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  27. wow this looks interestin nd such a nice colour,..looks awesome,..:-)

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  28. Made this today. Such a lovely dish! So it will be little watery right ? Just wanted to confirm if it had turned out properly. And yesterday was your vendaya rasam. That was our family's favorite and somehow Amma had lost that recipe and for years she hadn't made it. It like finding it again and the whole family enjoyed every little drop of it! Thanks a lot Sangeeta for the wonderful recipes!

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  29. Thanks Nirmala for trying from this blog and leaving feedback!

    This tomato kadhi is an contribution recipe by my friend sangeeta,this recipe consistency is in between sambhar and rasam :)

    And vendhaya rasam is my recipe and thanks for a good feedback,My name is Raji,by the way :)

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  30. Madam, I am highly impressed and I am going to try this now!!!

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  31. I am going to try this ! Tomato and tamarind together.. you have my undivided attention!
    I do have a question:

    Can I use canned diced tomato, if yes, how much? (winter tomatoes are so tasteless, to get good taste, I'm afraid, I need to use canned)

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    1. Hi, I am not sure about the canned tomatoes quantiy. My be 1 and a 1/2 or 2 will be working.

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  32. I cant stand the pungent flavor that emits from tomatoes which chopping or even for eating, but i just wanted to give this version a try and i was doubtful till the end if it would turn out gud? will it be ok for my family members tastebuds, but gr8 it turned out well unexpected, the tamrind, and tomato combo was gud i made more in quantity by adding lil more besan than suggested here, but i guess dry roasting the besan ahead seperatly would be much better as i found it difficult to roast the besan in the oil seasoning itself it became kind of lumps when aded to seasoning oil, i just wanted to share this part, so that new learners mite not get panic over the situation :) keep updating more ive been trying manythings from ur blog occasionally cheers~! for the hard work

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