How to make Kerala Style Tomato Curry – Thakkali Curry – Cookery Show – തക്കാളി കറി

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While eating at a South Indian restaurant, have you ever wondered how tomato curry ( Thakkali Curry ) is made? What are the ingredients? Is it hard to prepare?

Well, this is the easiest and quickest way of making the traditional Keralite recipe! This can be served with chappatis or rice items!

Ingredients Required:
– 3 Tomatoes
– 3 Shallots
– 4 Green Chilis
– 1 tablespoon of Red Chili Powder
– 1/2 tablespoon of turmeric powder
– 250 ml of Coconut Cream/ Coconut Milk
– Salt to taste

For Seasoning:
– 1/4 tablespoon of Fenugreek seeds
– 1/4 tablespoon of Mustard seeds
– 10 curry leaves
– 2 Shallots
– 2 – 3 Dry Red Chili
– 2-3 tablespoons of Coconut Oil

Step 1: Chop tomatoes and shallots.
Step 2: Slice green chilis.
Step 3: Place tomatoes, shallots and green chilis in the clay pot.
Step 4: Add chili powder and turmeric powder to the clay pot.
Step 5: Pour around 180 ml of water to the vegetables.
Step 6: Mix well.
Step 7: Boil for 7 minutes to cook tomatoes, with the lid on.
Step 8: After 7-10 minutes, check if the tomatoes are cooked.
Step 9: Pour the coconut cream/coconut milk.
Step 10: Mix well.
Step 11: Add salt.
Step 12: Switch off the flame, and move on to seasoning.

Step 13: To the hot oil, add fenugreek seeds.
Step 14: Then, add the mustard seeds.
Step 15: After the mustard seeds have spluttered, add the chopped shallots.
Step 16: After the shallots become golden brown, add the red chilis and curry leaves.
Step 17: Mix the seasoning with the curry.

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