Sev Tomato Curry - Sev Tamatar Ki Sabji - Sev Tameta Nu Shaak

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Sev Tomato Curry – Sev Tamatar Ki Sabji – Sev Tameta Nu Shaak

Sev tomato curry is liked and relished by many people. This vegetarian dish is especially in demand in hotels, restaurants or dhabas in the western belt of India.

The taste of sev tomato curry made at Dhaba increases the taste of the food manifold.

I had visited Vadodara (Gujarat), and this was a delicacy served on most of the menus that I ate there. I had eaten this even in Rajasthan when my husband was posted there.

Being in the Army, we had the privilege of tasting different cuisines and specialities of the chefs of the native places.

Many people try to make Dhaba-like sev tomato sabzi at home too, but they do not get the same taste.

If you also like Dhaba’s sev tomato curry and want to get the same taste at your home, then we are telling you an easy recipe to make it, with the help of which you can make delicious sev-tomato in no time. 

Mainly sev, tomato and spices are used to make sev tomato curry. Mainly we use Ratlami Sev to cook Sev Tameta Nu Shaak.

Indore’s famous Ratlami Sev is Crispy, Crunchy, and Medium Spicy. The speciality of this recipe is that people of all age groups like it. It can be eaten for lunch or dinner at any time.

How To Make Sev Tamatar Ki Sabji

Sev Tomato Curry - Sev Tamatar Ki Sabji - Sev Tameta Nu Shaak
Sev Tomato Curry – Sev Tamatar Ki Sabji – Sev Tameta Nu Shaak

Prep Time: 15 m
Cook Time: 15 min
Total Time: 30m

Cuisine: Indian/Gujarati
Calories: 220-230 cal
Servings: 4

Author: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Ingredients for Sev Tomato Curry

  • 1 bowl – Ratlami Sev
  • 2 – Tomato
  • 2 tsp- Curd 
  • ½ bowl- Tomato puree 
  • 1 tsp- Ginger-garlic paste  
  • 2 tsp- Red chilli powder
  • 1 tsp- Coriander powder 
  • ½ tsp- Cumin powder 
  • ½ tsp- Garam masala 
  • 1 tsp- Kasuri methi (fenugreek leaves dried) 
  • ½ tsp- Turmeric
  • ½ tsp- Rai
  • ½ tsp- Whole cumin seeds 
  • 1 pinch- Hing (Asafoetida) 
  • 2 tbsp- Green coriander chopped
  • 2 tbsp- Oil 
  • salt – as per taste

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    How To Make Sev Tomato Curry

    1. To make sev-tomato curry, first take tomatoes and wash them in clean water, wipe them with a dry cotton cloth and cut them into fine pieces using a chopper.
    2. Now take a bowl and add red chili powder, coriander-cumin powder and turmeric to it and mix them all.
    3. Prepare a paste of these spices by adding 2 spoons of water to it.
    4. Now put oil in a pan and keep it on medium flame to heat.
    5. When the oil becomes hot, put mustard seeds and cumin seeds in it and let them crackle for a few seconds.
    6. After this, add a pinch of asafoetida in it and mix it with a ladle.
    7. Now put the prepared spice paste in it and let it cook for some time while stirring.
    8. After some time, add finely chopped tomatoes to the spices and add salt as per taste; cover the pan and let the mixture cook.
    9. When the tomatoes become soft, add tomato puree to the mixture and mix well.
    10. After this, add curd to the gravy and cook for 1-2 minutes.
    11. After some time of cooking, the gravy will start leaving oil. When this happens, add Kasuri fenugreek after mashing it with your hands.
    12. Then add garam masala and half a cup of water and cook the gravy.
    13. Cook once again till the gravy starts separating from the oil.
    14. After this, add sev to it and mix it with a ladle. Then cover the pan and let it cook for a while.
    15. When the sev becomes soft in a while, turn off the gas. Your delicious dhaba-style sev-tomato curry is ready.
    16. Garnish it with coriander leaves and serve it with paratha, naan or roti.

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      14 Comments

      1. This recipe looks delectable! I love how your back story went which inspired you to make/share this recipe. Appreciate you sharing this!

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back.

      2. This tomato-sev looks yummy. It’s also easy to make and is low cal. One can have it as a mid-day meal or even as an extra with meals. Going to try it sometime soon.

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back. Do let me know how it goes.

      3. I have heard a lot about this sabji but never tried it. My friend once tried it and told me that it came out perfect. Thanks for sharing the detailed recipe here; I will surely going to try it.

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back. Do let me know how it goes.

      4. Now I want ratlami sev I have never had it but you make it sound so enticing
        I will definitely try making this sabji it looks super easy

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back. Do let me know how it goes. It is a quick fix for giving tiffins too if you dont have veggies at home.

      5. Good One

        Sounds like a yummy preparation but some how I feel it will be little spicy. Can you suggest me a replacement of the sev with some other ingredients equivalent to it but bit healthier? I will love to try that. What’s your recommendation …. bread or rice with this curry?

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Spice control is in your hands. I use kashmiri lal mirch which is not spicy. and it is healthy too as sev is made of channa dal. its best to be had with chappati or paratha.

      6. Amy Singh says:

        Spent childhood in northen borders of Maharashtra, i am very familiar with sev tamatar sabji as it used to be there in menu every week. I barely get it here in Pune. So why not to make it at home. Thanks for sharing the recipe ♥️

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back.

      7. Towards Literature says:

        Tempting

        Hmmm!!! So tempting. I flavoured tomato in vegetables daily but I never hope tomato could make such delicious dish. Gonna try it soon.

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back.

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