Hello friends, this cozy last month of the year 2015, is just a day away to get hidden in the history and all set to welcome the new one. I wish you all readers a very HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR without whom this space of mine wouldn’t have existed.
When I look back at my food life this year, it has witnessed some amazing and wonderful deliciousness to mention. Out of which this sugary sprinkled, pretty Dharwad peda gets the medal to be on top because I never knew it would happen in my own kitchen so successfully. When new year is around the corner I am looking forward to many such mention-worthy cooking adventures which truly justifies me to be foodie in REAL LIFE.
Here comes simple stuffed tomato, a yummy side dish which never even present in past 11 months of my real life but has been part of dinner for 3 nights in a row last week. It’s because the addictive and ultimate taste, pairs well with chapati and I almost always, always make some new things with chapati.
I should give credits to the cookery show that I watch on most week days squeezing in some time in the afternoon. Last month it telecast-ed stuffed ridge gourd recipe which was so inspiring that I genuinely tempted to recreate the same. But I had no ridge gourds in stock, so obviously I used the tomatoes that were in bag full. Simple stuffed tomato has come to my life in this weird way.
Simple stuffed tomato requires tomatoes that are not too ripe but firm enough to hold the stuffing in them. Stuffing is basically made from peanuts and most south Indian spices that are found in your rack. Generous amount of coriander leaves is what makes the stuffing so colorful and can enrich the taste to maximum extent.