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Recipe# 11333
11 Apr 02

Tomato Gojju By padmavathiravi 
by padmavathiravi
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1. u can keep it in an airtight container for 4 to 5 days.
2. if u don't have rasam powder at home, u can use the same red chilli powder.
3. asafoetida is optional
Recipe# 14919
28 Mar 01

Tomato Rasam By harithab 
by harithab
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A staple in south Indian households, Tomato rasam can be enjoyed as soup or as a curry with boiled rice. The spicy and tangy taste of tomatoes get complemented with onion, pepper, cumin and garlic.
Recipe# 8868
19 Jul 07

Tomato Rasam By mallika51 
by mallika51
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A nice easy and spicy tomato rasam recipe. Tomato rasam can be served with rice or enjoyed simply as a soup.
Recipe# 12815
23 Jun 01

Tomato Rasam By mrspriyavijay 
by mrspriyavijay
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Similarly, rasams can be made without tomatoes.

another variety is to prepare rasam with lime juice, instead of
tamarind and tomatoes. in this variety, yellow Moong beans are cooked
and crushed ginger and green chilies are slit and added.
Recipe# 14954
10 Mar 04

Tomato Rasam By vidya_bhat 
by vidya_bhat
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Tomato rasam is a South Indian vegetable curry recipe cooked with chopped tomatoes which are simmered along with seasonings and then served hot with a tempering of mustard seeds and curry leaves.. Enjoy tomato rasam with steamed rice or simply as a hot soup with breads.
Recipe# 15020
28 Mar 01

Tomato Sambar by harithab
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Tomato sambhar is a traditional and authentic way of preparing sambhar with chopped tomatoes which are cooked with garlic, ginger, tamarind water and then relished hot with roasted mustard seeds and curry leaves as tempering. Enjoy with hot steamed rice.
Recipe# 35651
15 Oct 11

Tomato Sambhar by Foodie #543780
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Tomato Sambhar it is a mouth watering South Indian dish that tastes tangy and spicy serves best with crispy dosas.
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Recipe# 16234
29 Sep 11

Traditional Lemon Rasam by chitvish
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The traditional south indian tomato rasam made tangy by adding lemon juice.
Recipe# 38952
31 Oct 13

Tulsi Pachadi by vedagiri v
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an innovative and healthy way to use tulsi leaves at home. Try this recipe at home and avail the health benefits of tulsi.
Recipe# 14305
02 Jan 03

Unniappam by Santhy56
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Unniappam is a South Indian delicacy recipe with rice ground with bananas and sugar. These appam batter is then spread on apan and relished crispy hot with fried coconut pieces as filling and jeera powder as garnish.
Recipe# 9315
06 Jun 01

Upma Kozhukattai by subni
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Coconut can be added later also, but if it is added in the boiling water itself, it will get mixed well.
idly plates can be used for steaming.
u can also steam it in the pressure cooker without weight.
Recipe# 13569
17 Apr 01

Uppma by ravicharu
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A very tasty snack or break fast item, the Upma is made from semolina or rava. The warm Upma is quite easy to prepare and is typically tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and green chillies. Serve the delicious and healthy Upma with grated coconut sprinkled on the top..
Recipe# 14069
20 Aug 02

Vangibaath by thallapaka
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A traditional vangi bhat (rice) recipe is common in Malvani households and is basically a rice preparation which is cooked with vangi or brinjals along with masaledaar spices, onion and tomato puree. Add the whole spices like cinnamon and cloves to the rice and vangi combo to render a delectable aro ....
Recipe# 12773
24 May 11

Vangibath Masala Powder 
by vijisathya
No reviews
Vangibath masala powder, this masala is added to add the flavour to the pulao's. You can refrigerate the masala powders this will last for many days.
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