Winters are here and the body craves for some warm comforting liquids. Soups top the list. But discarding the fibre on the sieve made me think twice! I eventually managed to make a quick tangy chutney from the same and left my kids and family craving for more!
Tomatoes - 4
Gourd- 1/4 piece
Fennel seeds-1/2 tsp
Kalonji (onion seeds)-1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds- 1/4 tsp
Mustard seeds- 1/4 tsp
Garlic pods-4-5 no.
Dry red chilli-1
salt- to taste
Steam the vegetables and make the regular tomato soup.
After sieving the soup, transfer the fibre left on the sieve in a small bowl.
Heat a heavy bottom pan and add the cumin seeds, mustard seeds, dry red chilli and fennel seeds.
Dry roast them for a minute.
Then add the garlic pods and the kalonji seeds.
Again roast it for a minute.
Now transfer the fibre from the soup into the pan.
Dry it a bit and allow all the masalas to blend into it.
Add salt to taste. Turn off the heat.
After it is cooled blend it into a smooth paste. Add the jaggery.
Ready to serve!
Tip: Add jaggery according to taste. Also you could expand your imagination and use more vegetables.
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