Monday, May 28, 2012

Sev tomato nu shaak/sev tomato gravy dish



Hello all! My today’s recipe is different but I think most of my friends would know this. It was totally new dish for me when I had it first time on my trip to Mount Abu, Rajasthan. You can read about my trip here.
Sev tomato is  I was told it is  a Gujarati dish but since I had it in Rajasthan I would connect it with that location.  This was the very first dish I had once I landed in the lovely hill station. I loved it so much that when  I came back to Mumbai I wanted to make this dish and since then have made it many times. Let me share with you this lovely sweet and spicy recipe and I am sure you would all love it.

EDIT:  When you run out of vegetables this serves its best purpose and sev is available in local stores or any sweet shop. Just  take the spicy thick one as thin one would get soggy too soon. 

Ingredients:

4-6 tomatoes
1onion
1tsp ginger garlic paste
1/4tsp  cumin seed
1/4tsp mustard seed
1tbsp oil
2green chilli
1/4tsp turmeric powder
1/4tsp coriander powder
1/4tsp garam masala powder
Salt to taste
1 tsp sugar
Coriander leaves to garnish
1/2cup spicy sev
1/2cup water

Method:

In a pan heat oil, add cumin seeds and mustard seeds. Stir till they splutter, add green chilli chopped in small pieces.  Add onion chopped in fine pieces and sauté till it turns pink. Add ginger garlic paste and sauté for a minute till the raw smell goes.  Chop tomatoes in small cubes and add it in the pan. Stir and add water and let tomatoes cook for some time.  After few minutes when tomatoes are soft add all the spices except sev and mash the tomatoes slightly. 

Take off the pan and  while serving add sev and coriander leaves. If you add sev before it would get soggy.  Enjoy the sweet and spicy sev tomato sabzi.




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Over to you for feedback :)

19 comments:

  1. Hi Meena, the sweet spicy tamato sev sabzi looks tempting. Its a simple and easy recipe too.

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  2. Thats a really easy one for likes of me to cook. At it looks too YUMMY!!!!!

    Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Always love the sweet n spicy version....

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  4. Drooling rite now here..Yummy gravy.

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  5. had this ages ago...Almost forgot !! thanks for coming up with this post ..looks yummy

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  6. A very quick,simple but so delicious curry..want to make this soon

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  7. looks very yummmy..with inviting cliks
    Tasty Appetite

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  8. looks like my comment did not reach you last evening..
    This reminds me of Tomato-pakoda we make.

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  9. Wow meena, I really loved this sev puri. I wanted to try it out and luckily i could find it here.

    Hema's Adugemane

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  10. I made this dish once and it tasted divine.

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  11. Quick and yummy curry ... Thanks for visiting my blog !!!

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  12. Delicious looking dish, sounds so yummy.

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  13. hy meena,
    thanks for stopping by & your inspiring feedback..
    btw, the one I'm using is stove top burner only, its not the induction type..
    I too dont feel comfortable with the usage of only appropriate vessels for the induction burner..:)

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  14. thank you everyone for your lovely comments. yes please do try it as its one of the easiest ones and change in routine.

    @jay ya i read u use normal gas burner . induction type i used first time i found it hilarious actually hehe

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  15. Kya baat hain...mere muh mein to pani aagaya. sev tamatar. I used to have it a lot while I was in Indore..yummy !!

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  16. Delicious dish,

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  17. Hi Meena ,

    I'm Punitha http://www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in
    New to your blog Drooling rite now here..
    Yummy gravy Meena. At your free time do visit my blog:).

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  18. Hi Meena,
    Thanks for dropping by with a lovely message..was so happy to read it.. and I am from Mumbai too, at present in Brazil. will meet up when I visit in December.
    Nice sev tamatar curry..heard about it too.
    will go through the other recipes too.

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  19. Was looking for some recipe n redirected to your page :) Lovely space you have... Happy to connect!!!

    Visit me @ www.cookingwithsj.com

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