May 2, 2012

Sev Tomato curry (sev tamato nu shaak)

Ingredients 
Sev - 1 cup
tomatoes chopped - 2 to 3 medium sized
onions chopped - 1
curry leaves - 4 to 5
coriander chopped - generous amount
red chilli powder - 1 to 2 tsp
turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
dhaniya jeera powder (cumin and coriander taken in equal quantity and grinded into fine powder)- 1 tsp
ajwain (carom seeds) - 1/2 tsp
cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
ginger garlic crushed -1 to 2 tsp
sugar - 1/2 tsp
asafoetida (hing) - a pinch
salt for taste
water - little
oil

Method 
Heat oil in a kadhai, once heated add the cumin seeds, hing, ginger garlic, curry leaves and ajwain once you get the aroma add in onions and stir fry until pink then add the chopped tomatoes and cook until they turn mushy then add sugar, red chilli powder along with turmeric and dhaniya jeera powder.Mix all the ingredients properly and let them cook for a few minutes. You can add little water at this stage and make it a bit saucy and let it simmer for a few seconds.Lastly add the chopped fresh coriander and switch off the flame. If you are serving it right away then add the sev immediately after the coriander. If there is still time then add the sev just 5 minutes before the serving or else it will turn mushy.
Serve with hot phulkas or steamed white rice.

P.S. I had also added some gathiyas along with the thin sev.




12 comments:

  1. The famous gujrati sev tomato curry!!simple and delicious..

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    1. Yes Anjana Ji its so simple quick and so very tasty!!

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  2. This looks delicious. I never tried, so got to bookmark.

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    1. Ya sure Priya it indeed is a very tasty and simple recipe. Thanks for the comments.

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  3. Looks so delicious.mouth watering.Perfectly done
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    1. Thank you for the lovely comments dear!!

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  4. I'm your newest follower and happy that I chanced upon your space while searching for this masala powder. Thanks for sharing dear. I'm off to check your recipes and do check out mine when you find time.
    Tickling Palates

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    1. Hello Radhika thank you for the comment! will surely visit your space.

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  5. haila i just saw this when i came to your blog supriya
    would you believe i have almost same recipe on my blog too

    slight different but yes its there

    though i dont see any pic here of the recipe

    chk out recipe corner at my blog u wud see the same recipe

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    1. Hi Meena I just visited your space and found this recipe its almost the same. The pic is attached I guess you missed it.

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  6. oh dear i think the pic hadnt loaded when i saw it

    now i can see the pic.. ya its bit dry one but when i had it first time at mt abu i just loved it and felt it was quick and easy one, i used the thick teekha sev here which wud take bit longer to get soggy..

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    1. Its quiet easy and quick love it. Thanks for the comments dear.

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