Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tomato Idiyappam / Sevai

I’m fond on idiyappam and sevai. My mother prepare sevai and mix a flavor in it lemon, coconut and even tamarind paste. I used to love it with papad. When I made idiyappam, my daughter dint like it as such I mean bland taste of it. On that day she told she don’t want kurma and even cocnut milk or milk. I don’t know how to satisfy her with idiyappam. Then I prepared this mix and made this tomato idiyappam and gave her. Some how she liked the flavor and started eating it. Just want to share this idea with all ……have a look…..

Left over idiyappam – 5no
To prepare tomato mix,
Tomato 4no (finely chopped)
Green chilli 2no (slit in to two)
Onion 2no (finely chopped)
Mustard seeds 1tsp
Jeera 1tsp
Garam masala 1tsp
Red chili powder 2tsp (according to taste)
Salt to taste.
Coriander leaves few (if needed)
Oil for seasoning
Preparation of tomato mix :
Heat oil splutter mustard and jeera seeds, add onion and green chilli. Saute well , when it turns golden brown , add all the given spices and mix well. Now add tomato and salt. Fry till tomato mash and oil leaves the mass. 
Now  crush and separate the idiyappam in a wide bowl. Mix the tomato mix in the idiyappam using ur finger tips. And serve with papad…..  

Im sending this recipe to Srivalli's kids delight  guest hosted by Priya Mahadevan


Archana said...

Lovely colours.

Now Serving said...

Divya, That looks too yummy! really salivating! Happy Holi dear :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Nice recipe...looks yumm..


Harika's Kitchen said...

yummy yummy. Nice recipe.

Priya said...

Yumm, truly inviting and tempting..

divya said...

Lovely looks very deli-sh...

Divya Vikram said...

Nice way to pep up Idiyappam :)

Now Serving said...

Another one ... Thanks Divya - In fact if you can say Priya Mahadevan of Now Serving, it;ll be better since there are SO many Priyas in our blogging world :)

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