Sev tameta – Tomato curry topped with fried noddles

Sev Tameta – It is a curry with spicy tomato along with Indian flavours like Kesuri methi and Fennel seeds. Star of this recipe is “Sev”. It is Yellow, crispy fried noodles made out of chick peas flour. It can be easily available at any Indian store near by.

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My mummy use to make it at home mostly during Diwali, using “Sancho”. Sev is very yummy and addictive to snack on. It can also be topped on Bombay styled Vegetable Sandwich. 

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Back to my recipe of “Sev tameta”, this is an authentic “Kathiyawadi recipe”. Kathiyawad is region in Saurashtra (Gujarat), one of the city included in it is Rajkot, my hometown. It is famous for it’s food and culture. In a typical “Kathiyawadi thali”, you would definitely find “Sev tameta” along with “Lasaniya Bateta”(Garlic flavoured potatoes) ” Khichadi” , “Kadhi” (Yogurt soup), “Bajra no Rotlo” (Millet flat bread), “Thepla” (Spicy flat bread) “Ghee Gur” (Clarified butter with Jaggary ),” Bharla Marcha (Stuffed Chillies), Papad and “Chhas”(butter Milk)

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Here is a complete step wise guide along with Picture to Prepare “Sev tameta nu saak”

Ingredients :

Serves 2

1 Tomato, chopped

1 Tea spoon, Oil

Pinch of, Mustud seeds

Pinch of, asafoetida

1/2 tea spoon, Fennel Seeds

1/2 tea spoon, Finely chopped Garlic

1/4 tea spoon, Green Chilli paste

1 table spoon, Coriander powder

1/2 tea spoon, Turmeric powder

1/2 tea spoon, Red chilli powder

Salt to taste (Note : Sev is salty, so only add for the vegetables)

1 table spoon, Kasuri methi

1 table spoon, Coriander Leaves

200 ml Water

150 gms Sev

Preparation:

  1. Heat Oil, to it Add mustud seeds, Fennel seeds, Chopped Garlic and Green chillies in the order mentioned. Saute it.IMG_9843
  2. Add tomatoes along with all the spices : Turmeric powder, Red Chilli powder, Coriander Powder and Salt (Remember to add it only for vegetable and water, as “Sev” is Salty). Let it cook for 2-3 minutes, until it turns mussy.
  3. Add Kasuri Methi and Coriander leaves, cook for 1-2 minutesIMG_9846
  4. Add water cover the pot and let it cook for 5 Minutes. (Keep the gravy aside, until the time of serving) IMG_9847
  5. Add 150 grams “Sev” to the gravy, boil for 1-2 minutes, top with remaining “Sev” and serve Immediately. IMG_9835

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12 thoughts on “Sev tameta – Tomato curry topped with fried noddles

  1. I had sev tameta once at my friend’s place and honestly this had become one of my most favorites among gujarati food. This looks so delicious Rhythm! Also the items you mentioned for a kathiyawadi thali…it was mouth-watering. I wish I had that thali in front of me right now!! 🙂

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