South Indian Tomato Pickle Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-10-02 South Indian Tomato Pickle Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes Try Instant Tomato Pickle Recipe and have it with dosa or idli. This pickle also tastes good with plain boiled rice. Look at recipe preparation process here in detail. Prep Time: 20min Cook time: 35min Ingredients: 2kgsTomato,3 tablespoonsSalt,1 teaspoonSugar,½ cupOil,1 teaspoonMustard seeds,1 teaspoonCumin seeds,1 tablespoonUrad dal,6Dry red chilies,10 leavesCurry leaves,2 tablespoonsRed chili powder, Instructions: Wash tomatoes with water and slice them into thin long pieces. Keep them aside Heat oil in a large vessel and add tomatoes to it Cook the pieces in a high flame for about 2 minutes and then reduce the flame Continue the process on low flame till water is almost evaporated Start mashing the tomatoes with ladle during the cooking process Off the flame and heat oil in a separate pan Once the oil is hot, add mustard seeds to it. Allow them to splutter and then add urad dal, dry red chilies to it Add curry leaves and off the flame Let it cool for some time. Add chili powder to it and mix it to the boiled tomato mixture Check for the salt and add if required Now turn on the flame and place the tomato mixture till the oil floats on top of it Off the flame and cool it completely Place it in a serving bowl and serve it with roti or idli. The pickle tastes yummy with hot rice and ghee. You can increase the amount of chili powder based on your preference. When you add the red chili powder to the tempering, you need to be careful. Tie a cloth around your nose and mouth when you are adding the chili powder. If you want the pickle little tangier, then you can add tamarind thick paste to the tomatoes while boiling them. Tomatoes Nutritional Facts  -Neelima

Andhra Tomato Pickle Recipe

Andhra Tomato Pickle Recipe

Try this Tangy Tomato Pickle, which is a special pickle prepared in Andhra. You can have it with just plain hot rice or in idli and dosa. Use it within one week as it does not tastes good if you store it for more days

Ingredients

  • 2kgsTomato
  • 3 tablespoonsSalt
  • 1 teaspoonSugar
  • ½ cupOil
  • 1 teaspoonMustard seeds
  • 1 teaspoonCumin seeds
  • 1 tablespoonUrad dal
  • 6Dry red chilies
  • 10 leavesCurry leaves
  • 2 tablespoonsRed chili powder

Directions

  • Wash tomatoes with water and slice them into thin long pieces. Keep them aside
  • Heat oil in a large vessel and add tomatoes to it
  • Cook the pieces in a high flame for about 2 minutes and then reduce the flame
  • Continue the process on low flame till water is almost evaporated
  • Start mashing the tomatoes with ladle during the cooking process
  • Off the flame and heat oil in a separate pan
  • Once the oil is hot, add mustard seeds to it. Allow them to splutter and then add urad dal, dry red chilies to it
  • Add curry leaves and off the flame
  • Let it cool for some time. Add chili powder to it and mix it to the boiled tomato mixture
  • Check for the salt and add if required
  • Now turn on the flame and place the tomato mixture till the oil floats on top of it
  • Off the flame and cool it completely
  • Place it in a serving bowl and serve it with roti or idli. The pickle tastes yummy with hot rice and ghee.

You can increase the amount of chili powder based on your preference. When you add the red chili powder to the tempering, you need to be careful. Tie a cloth around your nose and mouth when you are adding the chili powder. If you want the pickle little tangier, then you can add tamarind thick paste to the tomatoes while boiling them.

Tomatoes Nutritional Facts

 -Neelima

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