Hmm..Many of us may be knowing this curry…This is a very common recipe n traditional too… Tomato n cocount are the main ingredients
1.Tomatoes: 4 medium Size
2.Tamarind: Lemon Size
3. Sugar or Jaggaery
4.Turmeric: 1 pinch
For Making into Paste:
1.Grated Coconut: 1 ½ cup
2.Seas am (nuvvulu): 1 tbsp
3.Mustard Seeds: 1 tsp
4.Rice: 1 tbsp
5.Red Chilies: 4
For Seasoning:
1.Mustard seeds: 1 tsp
2.Cumin Seeds: 1 tsp
3.Fenugreek Seeds: ½ tbsp
4.Curry leaves

1) Cut the tomatoes into pieces. .cut them according to your taste and boil these tomatoes.
2) Soak the tamarind in Luke warm water and take the extract from tamarind.
3) Take all the ingredients mentioned under for making into paste. .Grated coconut, mustard seeds, Seas am seeds, rice, red chilies, salt .Add some water n make it into a fine paste.
4) Put a boiling pan, add some oil, when the oil is heated add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, allow this to fry n then add hinge to them.
5) Once when the seasoning is ready pour the tamarind juice into the boiling pan. Now add the finely ground paste to this. Let it boil so well that all the raw flavor of mustard seeds goes out. Add a pinch of turmeric powder, red chili powder, sugar. Check and add salt and chili powder according to your taste.
6) When the gravy is completely cooked. Then add the boiled tomatoes to this cooked paste. Now let these tomatoes boil in the paste for 5 minutes. Now your Tomato Avva Kura is ready.
7) Take it into a bowl n garnish it with freshly chopped cilantro.
8)Serve it hot with Rice and Normal Dal (muddha pappu). With this combination you will really enjoy the taste of Tomato Aava Kura.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

colorful garnish.. :) looks yummy...