(Serves- 5 cups)

Cook Time: 30 min

**HEALTHY 

Ingredients:

PART A
5 glasses water
4 big tomatoes chopped into 8 pieces
15 cloves garlic grounded finely
Handful coriander stems grounded fairly
2-teaspoon pepper ground it finely
2-teaspoon jeera ground finely
(*Heat the pepper and jeera together in a deep pan for about 4 min, then ground it together in a mortar piston) 
1-cup imli water (imli dipped in hot water)
Half-teaspoon turmeric powder
PART B
6-7 cloves garlic ground fairly
4 long dry red chili
10-15 curry leaves
1 spoon rai 
2-teaspoon oil (I used coconut oil)
 

STEPS

PART A
Boil the water, add the cut tomatoes. Once its completely boiled reduce the water into a deep saucer, and smash the tomatoes with a smasher. Add the water back and add garlic, coriander, pepper, jeera, imli water and turmeric powder.
Let it boil.
 
PART B
Heat the oil in the deep saucer, add rai once its hot enough. Once the rai pops add dry chili, curry leaves and garlic.  Sauté for about 2 min till flavor is strong. 
 
Final step add the tomato water in the chownk. Add Part A to Part B then stir for about 15 min till it’s a bit thicker. Then add 2 teaspoon Salt or as per requirement and stir.
 
Strain the whole concoction and serve with a coriander leaf floating on top! Lol
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Posted by:snehabhuwalka

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