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TAMATER KA BHERTA ' TOMATO CURRY'
Tamater ka bherta(tomato curry)
During my childhood I loved to take this vegetable in my tiffin box and till date my likings towards Tamater Ka Bherta is the same. This tangy, tasty and a bit spicy veggie is easily included in my daughters tiffin box menu chart also and now that they have grown older it is included in lunch and dinner menus .
I want to dedicate this particular recipe to my grandma . I really want to say a big Thank you to my grandma for this delicious recipe ummmmma and thanx grandma for your special dishes........... try this recipe and tell me how you like it .
tomato's-6 to 7 big
onion ........3 big
green chilly..........1 tsp
mava / thickend milk...................3 tbsp
coriander powder......1 tsp
kashmiri red chilly powder.....1/2 tsp
turmeric powder............1/2 tsp
salt.....as per taste
dry fruits like cashew and almonds and raisins 10 to 15
green coriander chopped ..........3 tbsp
oil ........3 tbsp
Grill(you can use gas stove for that)for grilling just burn upper layer of tomato on fire and peel tomato's and chopped finely keep aside
peel and chopped onion's,chopped green chilly and crush mava with fingers
heat a pan on fire put oil in it and add jeera ,stir till crackle
add chopped onion and ginger garlic paste in oil ,stir well cook till oil separate
now add 1 tbsp tomato puree and all dry masala,mix well
add dry fruits , mix well now add mava and" bhoono" it properly i mean cook till oil separate
now add peeled and chopped tomatoes in it and cook again till done garnish with green coriander and serve hot with" garma garam" parantha or naan
parantha and naan are indian bread which is made of wheat or whole wheat flour
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