Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Idly, Thakkali Gosthu

Iam looking for quick side-dishes for idly, if you want to help me, please suggest me a quick side-dish for idly. I could spare just 10 mins in the morning to prepare a sidee for idli's. if coconut is grated and freezed, then its coconut chutney, and other day is for tomato chutney. Today i prepared this Tomato Gosthu for break-fast. the left over gosthu, was served for lunch, with boiled eggs. such a 2 in 1 dish has to be blogged here isn't it?

Thakkali Gosthu / Tomato Gojju

This Tomato Gosthu is the first dish, that i cooked for my father. it took me 45 mins to serve for my father once.  Idly and Tomato gosthu is my favorite during my college days. Now within 10 - 15 minutes, i am preparing this gosthu easily.


Thakkali Gosthu Recipe

Prep Time05 mins 
Cooking Time: 05 mins  
Serves2
Recipe CuisineIndian
Recipe TypeSidedish

Ingredients:



Onion - 1 (chopped)
Tomatoes - 2 (big one's)
Green Chilli - 1 (slitted)
Curry Leaves - 1 sprig
Corriander Leaves - 2 tbsp's chopped
Oil - 2 tbsp
Mustard - 1/4 tsp
Turmeric Powder - a pinch
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
Water - 1/2 cup



Method:

Chop the Onion and Tomatoes.

Heat a Pan, add oil and heat it. add mustard and let it crack. add curry leaves & green chilli and saute them.

Add chopped onion and saute it along. also add chopped tomatoes and saute it, till they turn mushy.

Now Add Turmeric powder, Chilli Powder, salt to taste and 1/2 cup water and give a mix.

Let the mix boil for 2 minutes and switch off the flame.

Garnish with some corriander leaves.

Serve Hot for Idli's.

Thakkali Gosthu / Tomato Gojju

22 comments:

  1. My all time favorite,I too do the same way :) Idlies look super soft!

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  2. Looks very nice,I too do the same way :)Idlies look super soft!

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  3. Hi lavi,

    Tomato Gosthu sounds too gud,perfect for the idly.Btn idly luks very soft.Cannt able to take out my eyes from the picture...

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  4. Yummy and soft idis with gothsu,looks awesome.such a comfort food.
    I have posted besan chutney and peanut chutney in my blog which can be madi in a jiffy and will be an excellent accompaniment for idli/dosa

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  5. Thakkali chutney, peanut chutney, kothamalli chutney, karuveppilai chutney....these can be made very quickly and served with idli. Having molaga podi handy is also a good thing.

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  6. Looks lovely and delicious.. beautiful click too :)

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  7. Nothing to beat gothsu with idli or dosai. I love this combo.

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  8. Hi Lavi,

    This is one of my favourite dish..Beautifully photographed.

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  9. lovely soft and fluffy idlis and delicious gothsu.

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  10. Idlies look amazing, and mouth watering Gosthu!

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  11. love the gothsu..perfect with idli!!

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  12. Idli and gosthu makes me hungry, my fav gosthu..

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  13. gosthu with idli making me hungry here nice comb..n nice click

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  14. Lavi this one is my all time fav...net vanthachu so back to form :)

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  15. This is a saver for me lavi,when on no time i prepare this goths the same way n its combination with idlis will be heavenly no matter how the idlis turn up :)

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  16. Nice looking idlies

    A 2 minute side dish
    Easy garlic chutney

    2 crushed garlic cloves
    1 teaspoon red chilli powder or more depending on how much spice you can take
    salt to taste.
    Mix the above in sesame oil leave overnight
    Morning you have aromatic garlicky side dish for idli

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  17. Hi Lavi, delicious combo. So tempting.

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  18. Hi Lavi,

    It's my first time here. You have a lovely blog. The idlis looks so soft. ?Just loved the picture.

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  19. Lavi, I tried your gosthu and thakkali & pudhina chutney. It came out really good. It tastes soo good. We both loved it. Thanks for sharing the recipe dear. Awesome recipe!!!

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