Monday, March 26, 2007

Tomato Sevai
Sevai (Type of Idiyappam) is a popular dish in South India.
Sevai makes an excellent tiffin.Sevai making is a long process that I save for another day.

Though I make this by myself, this time I used Ready made Rice Sevai.
Menu Today is flavoured with Tomato Masala.

Ingredients needed:
1. Rice Sevai - Half packet.
2. Tomato 3 (Chopped into pieces)
3. Onion 1 (Chopped finely)
4. Green Chillies 2 (according to taste)
5. Salt to taste
6. Hing
7. Turmeric Powder
8. Handful of Green Peas

Ingredients for Tempering:
1. Oil 2 tsp
2. Mustard Seeds
3. Urad Dal
4. Channa dal
5. Cashew Nuts.
6. Curry Leaves

1. Cook Sevai according to Instructions and Keep it aside.
2. Heat oil in a kadai add tempering ingredients and fry chopped onions and green chillies.
3. Now goes the chopped Tomato, Salt, Hing and Turmeric, cook till it resembles Chutney.
4. Add Green peas, cooked Sevai and mix well.

Garnish with little lime/lemon juice.

~ Tomato Sevai - Ready in a Jiffy ~

Can be had without any side dish.

Tomato Sevai

Variations:- Coconut Sevai, Lemon Sevai, Curd Sevai, Sesame Sevai, etc.

This is My Submission for JFI#12 (Tomato) hosted by RP of My WorkShop


Priya said...

Another favorite of mine MT ! You keep dishing out dishes that remind me of home. I bought some ready-made sevai from India but still haven't tried it, may be now is the time :-)

Vcuisine said...

Comfort food MT. With tomato it looks dry also. That's great job. Viji

FH said...

Makes a great snack!! Quick and Tasty.Thanks MT.I love your dishes,you know that already!:))

Manjula said...

Hey Nice Sevei Usli here. there..Me too make sevei from the scratch at home. Love those homemade ones.

Just observed today..Me and you have the same blog template..same pinch.
Why do your posts title show as 'untitled' in the comments page? Observed that with some other posts too.

Anonymous said...

nice dish..looks simple and easy.
Thanks MT.

Sia said...

good one for breakfast/brunch/lunch/snack:) all in one. i love it with curds... yum...

Sharmi said...

I love sevai. Never got to make it properly after coming from India.
thanks for the remainder.

USHA said...

Hi MT,

Amazing entry for the event...Sevai looks delicious with vegetables....I liked it very much.Thanks for sharing.

KA said...

Beautiful picture MT!
Great entry for JFI.

Shivapriya said...

Looks delicious.
I had sevai at my friends place few time. She makes it very tasty and serves with spicy coconut chutney. Thanks for this super easy recipe. I should try making at home.

Prema Sundar said...

I too make this the same way MT. they are very tasty .. aren't they?

TNL said...

What a lovely recipe! I have some Sevai at home, this is a perfect recipe for it. thanks MT.

swapna susarla said...

lovely dish.looking awesome.

indosungod said...

Sevai looks soft and fluffy.

Richa said...

beautiful picture, each and evry grain is separate, wow! I've had experience where it gets mushy,
Thanks for a great recipe.

Anonymous said...

MT, I love tomato sevai. You usually make it yourself? That's a lot of work! Nice entry!

Bong Mom said...

Though its not a regular we do make it as breakfast sometimes and I love it. This was also one of the breakfasts served at work in India and then I used to eat it a lot

Shah cooks said...

comfort food. i have made this lemon flavored but never thot of tomato flavor.looks so good.

Anonymous said...

Hi MT,

I tried out your tomato sevai with rice noodles yesterday.It was very tasty.Thanks a lot for the recipe.


Seema Bhat said...

MT, the sevai looks so fluffy. At the first glance it looks liked basmati rice for me.

Anonymous said...

Hi MT, looks so tempting with the lovely colors -- I've tried the packaged sevai but not with any variation as nice as this! Thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

MT,That's a delicious way to savour Rice sevai..Nice recipe to try.Thx for sharing:)

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Suganya said...

It is a cool recipe. I think it will taste great.

Anonymous said...

Dear MT, Tomato Sevai - WOW! The image looks good. The original sevai that we make at home, as you say, is something else altogether. The process itself is very interesting - with its own special utensil. Good to hear that you still make your sevai using that process.

Anonymous said...

u can make fresh sevai u can try this cooker sevai making is very easy in this try this.