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Tomato Rice

sonym's picture
If you love tomatoes...........if you love rice.......if you love spicy food........just go for this recipe........you are sure to enjoy!!!
Ingredients
  Oil 2 Teaspoon (For frying)
  Red tomatoes 5 (Cut in halves. DonÂ’t go for tomatoes with a yellowish tinge)
  Garlic 8 Clove (40 gm)
  Green chillies 4 (slit in halves, the number of chilles usually depends on how spicy you want it)
  Oil 2 Cup (32 tbs) (For frying)
  Cumin seeds 2 Teaspoon (jeera)
  Asafoetida 1 Pinch (hing)
  Bay leaves 4 (tej patta)
  Onion 1 Medium, cut lengthwise….looks good
  Cilantro 1 Tablespoon (for garnishing)
Directions

Method:

• Cook 2 cups rice and keep aside. Let it cool.
• Take 2 spoons oil and saute the all the items in Ingredients List 1. Without adding any water, let it cook for 7 minutes or till the tomatoes are finely cooked and become a paste. Cook it with the lid on.
• When this mixture cools, grind it to a very fine paste . It smells great!!!
• In a wok, add one large spoon oil and saute all the items in Ingredients List 2 (except cilantro) until the onions turn brown. To it, add the previously prepared tomato paste and stir until the mixture loses oil. It will take adout 5 minutes.
• Then, add the already cooked rice and mix really well on low flame…..let it stand for 2 minutes and then serve it hot garnished with a handful of chopped cilantro.
• This dish can be relished as is or with curd/yoghurt salad.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Cuisine: 
Indian
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Spicy
Feel: 
Rich
Ingredient: 
Rice, Vegetable
Occasion: 
Diwali, Holi, Wedding
Interest: 
Holiday, Party
Restriction: 
Vegetarian, Pregnancy
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
4
Subtitle: 
Tomato Rice

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4 Comments

Ganesh.Dutta's picture
This tomato recipe is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
sonym's picture
Thanks for your comment.
veg.foodie's picture
I certainly do love tomatoes... can I skip the 'hing' though, I don't like the flavor it brings... it won't matter much right?
Priyanka bansal's picture
its a nice way of making tomato puree,