Sunday, November 16, 2008

TOMATO - ONION FRY

Tomato onion fry is a very simple dish that tastes great.It takes up a little extra time to prepare because the onions have to be caramelised slowly without burning it.The process is long but totally worth in the end.The sweet caramel taste of the onions and the tartness of the tomatoes simply creates a mouth watering dish.I also add a lot of curry leaves than required which gives a lovely aroma to the dish. One can make it luxurious by adding boiled eggs or fried potatoes or paneer.But i like to keep this one simple.They go very well with chapathis or bread.

This is my post on day 16 of RM 2.

INGREDIENTS

Onions - 2 medium size,sliced thin

capsicum - 1 medium sice , sliced thin

tomato - 1 medium size,cut lengthwise

ginger - 1 tsp,chopped fine

garlic - 2 cloves,chopped fine

green chillies - 2-3 nos,slit

curry leaves - of 1 sprig

turmeric pdr - 1/4 tsp

red chilli pdr - 1 tsp

coriander leaves - a bunch,finely chopped

salt to taste

oil


METHOD
Heat some oil in a wide pan.Add ginger garlic,curry leaves and green chillies.Stir for a few seconds and then spread out the onions in the pan.Start to cook them on medium high and then turn down the heat to medium and it till they turn golden brown.Do not cover the pan.Add the green peppers and salt.Let them cook until the peppers become soft.Add turmeric pdr and red chilli pdr.Stir in the tomatoes and cook it on medium high heat.Check salt.Garnish with coriander leaves.Serve hot with rotis or breads.

Chk out the dishes that my marathon buddies posted today!!
1) DK 2) Siri 3) Srivalli 4) PJ 5) Curry Leaf 6) Medha 7) Priya 8) Bhawna 9) Raaji 10) Ruchii 11)Anu 12) Kamala 13) Roopa14) Divya Kudua 15) Rekha 16) Divya M 17) Lakshmi 18) Raaga 19)Lakshmi Venkatesh 20) Sripriya 21) Viji 22) Pavani 23) Kamalika 24) Karuna 25) Roochi







12 comments:

Siri said...

Guess what Ranji - my roommate made this for me yesterday, as I was craving for something tangy & spicy - and it tasted so yummy! Love ur template too buddy!

Hugs,
Siri

Curry Leaf said...

Lovely and simple.I too love it

Madhu said...

Looks spicy, Love this on crunchy bread toast.

Roopa said...

Wow ranji, i love this a lot ! I wanted to know other variations too , i think i will try your variation for a dip tomorrow:)

Cham said...

Love caramalised onion flavor... looks yum

Divya Vikram said...

This is versatile..I add boiled eggs to this sometime..

Viki Xavier. said...

Yummy dish and my all time favorite with roti. Nice blog.

Medhaa said...

Simple and best for summers with some curd rice

Bhawana said...

thats nice, not very complicaed, easy to make and wonderful with roti and dal combo... delicious.

meeso said...

Onions and peppers have such a great flavor, It's nice to eat them as a main dish, which I do not do often enough... Both are so healthy, too! Looks great!

Divya Kudua said...

One of my favorite curries to have with Chapathi.It is also called as Thakkali-Ulli.easy to make and tasty as well..;-)

Sukanya said...

Nice recipe and lovely clicks.You have a wonderful blog.