Pavani September 13, 2006 10 Comments Print Recipe Tomato Kadhi Yum Course side dish Cuisine north indian Prep Time 10 minutes Servings serving Ingredients 1 cup Curd / Yogurt – beaten without lumps1 Onion – medium, chopped fine2 Tomatoes – medium, chopped fine3 tbsps Besan (Chickpea flour)1 tsp Cumin powder1 tsp Coriander powderto taste chili powder Red For tempering: 1 tsp Mustard seeds1 tsp Cumin seeds2 chilies Dry redpinch Asafoetida3 chilies Green4 Curry leaves Course side dish Cuisine north indian Prep Time 10 minutes Servings serving Ingredients 1 cup Curd / Yogurt – beaten without lumps1 Onion – medium, chopped fine2 Tomatoes – medium, chopped fine3 tbsps Besan (Chickpea flour)1 tsp Cumin powder1 tsp Coriander powderto taste chili powder Red For tempering: 1 tsp Mustard seeds1 tsp Cumin seeds2 chilies Dry redpinch Asafoetida3 chilies Green4 Curry leaves Instructions Heat 2tsp of oil in a saucepan, add the ingredients for tempering. After the seeds splutter, add onions and sauté till they turn transparent. Add tomatoes, cover and cook till tender. Meanwhile, whisk besan into ½ cup of water without lumps. Keep aside. After the tomatoes are cooked, add the powders, cook for about 2 minutes.Add the beaten yogurt to the tomato mixture and slowly cook on medium-low flame. After the yogurt is heated through, add the besan mixture, add more water for desired consistency, and cook until the mixture comes together without boiling. Recipe Notes This goes well with khichdi or plain rice. Share this Recipe Related ← Vangi Bhath (Eggplant Rice) Lentil and Spinach Salad → 10 thoughts on “Tomato Kadhi” That looks great. We, keralites, add coconut to this types of recipes instead of besan flour. Reply Quick, easy and tasty isn’t it ? Thanks for sharing Reply Pavani, I have a recipe for Tomato Kadhi by Tarla Dalal, but it does not involve yogurt. Your preparation looks great. Not letting the yogurt boil is indeed the trick to make the Kadhi taste better. Reply This recipe is new to me pavani .. looks nice . thanks for the recipe Reply Hi Pavani, tomato khadi looks good, I have my last batch of tomatoes left from my garden. Perfect timing for your khadi.Thanks!! Reply Kadi looks great. Never tried it with besan :). Reply khadhi some thing which is very common, but is made with little difference indifferent regions.Your vesion seems to be very easy and looks delicious.Thanks for sharing!! Reply sorry pavani, i deleted one of my post which was double posted.hope you don’nt mind.thank you Reply Hi RP, My mom adds grinds soaked chanda, corinader seeds, green chilies and coconut to make Andhra style kadhi. Hi Krithika, It is quick, easy and yummy. Thank you for your comments. Thank you Vaishali, Prema, Meena and Shilpa. Hi Asha, Let me how you liked the tomato kadhi. Hi Meena. Reply Sounds very tasty, Pavani. And wonderful colour too. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email.