Preparation For : 4 People | Preparation Time : 20 Minuites (Approx)
  • Tamato ( Tomato ) – 400 gm
  • Piaja ( Onion ) -100gm
  • Rasuna ( Garlic ) – 2/3 cloves
  • Kancha Lanka ( Green chili ) – 2pcs
  • Sorisa Tela ( Mustard oil ) – 4 tsp
  • BADIs’- 15 gm
  • Dhania Patra ( Coriander leaves ) -15gm
  • Luna ( Salt ) – as per taste
Preparation : Step wise
  • Wash the tomatoes properly and keep aside.
  • Chopped the onions, garlic and green chilies. Then cut the coriander leaf into tiny slices.
  • Bake the tomatoes in a moderately flame till the tomatoes burst open.
  • Heat Mustard oil ( 2 tps ) in a pan, fry the BADIS’ till it turns light brown. Then break the fried BADIs’ into tiny pieces.
  • Peel off the baked tomatoes, mash it properly.
  • Add the onion, garlic, green chilies ,coriander leaves ( from step – 2 ) ,oil ( 2tps ) and salt as per taste to it.
  • Blend it properly, garish with fried BADIs ( from step-4 ) and serve it.
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Health & Additional Cooking Tips

This recipe is rich in carotene, calcium, and vitamin -C.

6 Responses
  1. smita12 Says:

    this receipe is always my favourite.Thnaks again.

  2. Anna Says:

    How can I prepare BADIS. Thanks for this recipe. Roasted tomatoes should taste good with or without “BADIS”. What is the purpose of adding BADIS?

  3. nuti Says:

    this is a fantastic recipe

  4. Bhagabati Pradhan Says:

    this my favourite recipe.i like to eat always.Thanks again.

  5. Swapno Says:

    I have never tried this with ‘Badi’. This time I’ll add Badi and lets see how it tastes…

  6. Tripti Chatterjee Says:

    Just had this chutney today at Oh! Calcutta, but there they had put ginger juliennes instead of garlic and it was tasting superb. Does it taste better with garlic or ginger?

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