Tomatoes ..... 6-8
Tomato Puree .. 1 cup
Red chilli powder ....1tbsp.
Oil ................. 1 cup
Salt ................ to taste
Garlic ..... 1 pod
(Dry Roast and grind)
Jeera seeds ....... 1tbsp.
Methi seeds ........ 1 tsp.
Mustard seeds.... 1tsp.
3-4 dry red chillies
Mustard seeds ..... 1tbsp.
Dry red chillies ..... 2-3
Curry leaves ......... 1 sprig
Hing .................. a pinch
1. Wash and cut the tomatoes into small pieces.
2. Heat oil and add the crushed garlic. Saute and add the tomato pieces, salt and simmer.
3. Add the dry ground masala, jaggery and the puree.
4. Stir fry till the oil separates, add the tempering.
5. Let it cool and store in the refrigerator.
Wow.......that's an simple recipe to make yum and spicy pickle.....thanks for sharing....ReplyDelete
Thanks....it tastes good with dosas too.Delete
this is my alltime favourite! Goes with rice and tiffin items all..!ReplyDelete
Yes Sanghi...mine too.Delete
It comes handy when you don't feel like grinding chutneys with the tiffin items....sometimes I also add a spoonful to the non-veg dishes too while cooking.
Shobha,this is such an interesting recipe,and can be used with so many things.I see you are making a lot of chutneys and pickles,it inspires me to make some :) Have a wonderful time at your parents,I will be gone again for a longer time in April,visiting my famaily in Pune:)I am afraid the blog will have to take a back seat for sometime :(ReplyDelete
Thanks Kavita.. you too have a lovely stay with your family in Pune.Delete
See you when you are back again
yummy...thanks for sharing...specially those on pickleReplyDelete
The pickle looks perfect. With a bland sabji or dal it will make the perfect pairing.ReplyDelete
Yes you are absolutely right dearDelete
I admit that pickle making is not my cup of tea. But this pickle is so compelling that I would not mind trying out such an easy one. This pickle would go well with rice or even parathas. Good quick fix when no mood for main course vegetable. Great one!ReplyDelete
Yes, it is really a handy one to have in the refrigerator.Delete
I like this version of tomato pickle, it is so handy. I keep making it often with parathas.ReplyDelete
Yes, really a versatile one.Delete
Love tomato pickle. Reminds me of my Bangalore neighbour who would always send me one jar. Goes with so many dishes.ReplyDelete
Yes dear, I even add a spoonful in some marinations and curries.Delete
Wow! what a delicious pickle with tomatoes! Looks absolutely yummy and can be used as a base for my other recipes. Love it will make some today.ReplyDelete
Yes Archana. I use it in many ways.Delete
This tomato pickle used to be my mom's favoriteReplyDelete
She would make a huge batch of it and store it when tomatoes would be available at throw away price
Tomato pickle tastes good with dal rice and also with parathas
Yes Priya. This used to be a very popular one made in every household.Delete
Tomato pickle make me mouthwatering Shobha. With that oil floating on the top, it is perfect to store for long time. Too delicious and yummyReplyDelete
True Narmadha. It stays good for a longer period and is a versatile one too. I use it in cooking also sometimes.Delete
this is similar to the andhra Tomato pachadi (or pickle) that my friend from hyderabad taught me. am sure this tastes sooooo good with chilled curd rice ! yummm! - KalyaniReplyDelete
You are right Kalyani. I am from Andhra and this version is from there only.Delete