Monday, September 1, 2008

Tomato kurma / Bagare Tomato

Preparation :-

  • Heat a pan dry fry 1 tbspn peanuts , when they r half fried add !& 1/2 tspn coriander seeds , 2 tspns sesemam seeds , 1 & 1/2 tspn poppy seeds , 2 tspn roasted bengal gram (Putnalu) , 2 illachi , 2 cloves , 1" cinnamon.

  • When all r fried transfer them to mixcy container.

  • In the same pan add 1tspn oil and fry 1 big chopped onion .

  • By this time contents in mixcy will be cooled so grind it . In 2nd round add 1 tbspn fresh coconut or equalent piece , 3 tamarind pods and grind them nicely.

  • In 3rd round add fried onions , 1/2tspn salt , 1 tspn chilly powder , 1/4 tspn turmeric . Grind all nicely and in 4th round add enough water and grind again.

  • Now Take 8 cherry tomatoes , Put a cross slit on its stem part like this. Dont Slit them till end just 1/4th is enough (from stem) .

  • Chop 1 small onion and 4 green chillies.

  • Heat a pan add 2 tbspns oil , 1/4 tspn cumin seeds , add chopped chillies , 10 small pudina leaves and 1strig of curry leaves .

  • Add chopped onion , When onions r fried add 1/2tspn ginger garlic paste ,Fry for a min .

  • Now add tomatoes . Mix nicely. put a lid

  • After 2 mins add 1/4 tspn salt .

  • When tomatoes r cooked like this add grinded paste and add required amount of water .

  • Let this boil nicely . Stir in between if not gravy sticks bottom . Add 5 Strigs of coriander leaves and mix nicely.

  • When oil separates takeout into a serving bowl.

  • Hot Hot Yummy yummy Tomato kurma is ready to serve with biryanis / plain rice / rotis.

Plz Leave Ur Comment And Rate My Recipe.

Thank U For Visiting My Blog.

Preethi Ram.


  1. hamsa said...
    I worked in Rudrampur for a while... I can recollect the tastes and aroma , thanq
    Hi hamsa , may i know who u r? r u telling abt rudrampur - kgm?

    vasudeva said...
    I did this recipe and it came out very well and by the way I am from Manuguru..Its great to hear about Rudrampur....

    Hi vasudeva,

    first a fall am happy to hear that ur dish came out well and secondly as ur from coal region ( Mngr).So try my recipes and tell me how they r making u to get good compliements from ur frds and relatives .

    With cheers,
    preethi ram.
    swapna said...
    Hi preethi,
    i was going through your blog and read these comments on any chance r u from kgm rudrampur?i studied in st.joseph's,dhanbad...if u dont mind do tell me if u r from the same school or same area.

    pavani said...
    hi preeti i was just blogging for fruit custard and happen to see tomato kurma..lovely i never seen this recipe anywhere i will definetly try this out and let u betw u can also visit my blog
    Sowmya said...
    Hi Preethi,

    I just tried your recipe and it came out very well!!! Thank you :)

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