Tomato Perugu Pachadi/Thakkali Thayir Pachadi -Tomato in Yogurt Sauce



I like raitha as accompaniment for spicy foods like biriyani,kaara kulambhu varieties.So I try raitha with different veggies.

This one is different from other vegetable raitha,as it uses only onion and tomato.One of the quickest accompaniment needs 10 minutes to make.

The raitha pairs very well not only for spicy foods,also with parathas and rotis.Here I added some grated coconut as we like the flavor of coconut.Its pure optional.



                                                            
                                                            
                                  Tomato Perugu Pachadi/Thakkali Thayir Pachadi


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 5 minutes
   Cooking time ~ 5 minutes
   Serves ~3 (generously)


  Ingredients




Ingredient
Quantity
Tomato(not too ripe,firm)
2 medium size(finely chopped)
Onion(optional)
1 small size(finely chopped)
Thick Yogurt/thayir
1-1.25 cups
Coconut/thegai(grated)
2 tbs
Green chilly/pachamilagai
2-3(depending on spice level)
Curry leaves /karivepillai
few leaves
Turmeric powder/manjal podi
a pinch
Coriander leaves/kothamalli
as needed(finely chopped)
Salt
to taste
Oil
2 tsp

  For the Tempering

Ingredient
Quantity
Mustard seeds/kadugu
1/2 tsp
Asafoetida/perungayam
a pinch
Red chilly/varamilagai
1(broken)
   
   Method 
  • Take the yogurt in a bowl and add a pinch of salt,whisk it well till it becomes creamy.Set it aside. 
  • Now heat the oil in a pan and crackle the mustard seeds,add in the asafoetida and red chilly.Toast the curry leaves and add the onion,saute it for a minute.
  • Now add in the chopped tomato,turmeric powder and salt.Saute it for a minute.Add in the grated coconut and put off the flame.Mix it well.
  • Once the mixture becomes cool down add it to the yogurt,also add in some chopped coriander leaves and mix it well.
  •  Serve it  as an accomapniment.

                                                                                  





  • Make sure the yogurt is not too sour as the addition tomato makes it slightly sour taste.


  • Use fresh and thick yogurt.


  • The addition of green chilly is depending on personal preference.



  • Enjoy.........................................

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    9 comments:

    Never tried tomato pachadi like this. But looking at it makes me drool so definitely I am gonna try it. Love that serveware of yours. very nice.

    Love your pachadi and serve ware nalini as always i keep staring over the pics.. Lovely share :)

    Oh wow ! That's a very innovative way of making a raita . I have never cooked onions and tomatoes for raita , I am drooling over this Nalini . Don't need to bookmark this simple yet fantastic recipe . It's right in my head .

    Such a delicious and innovative raita. I have like Vaishlai says never used cooked onion and tomato.

    Lipsmacking here, how delicious and irresistible this perugu pachadi looks, excellent side dish for pulaos.

    I am loving your entire setup the serving pot and the matching embroidery looks beautiful. The pachadi sounds inviting.

    Beautiful pot Nalini and love the pachadi. It look so yummy and I've never made raita with tomato and onions.

    Wow very interesting pachadi recipe... bookmark.

    Loved both your pachadi and the serveware. Beautiful!!

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