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Ratlami Sev Curry (indore Style)

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Ratlami Sev Curry (indore Style)
Ratlami Sev Curry (indore Style)
  • Prep time
  • Cooking time
  • Serves4 Person(s)
  • CategoryVeg
  • Cuisine TypeHomestyle Cooking, Indian
  • Good for Lunch , Dinner

About this recipe

Ratlami sev is an accompaniment with most of our food in MP, I have grown up eating achaar, Papd, Sev with meals. Indore specially has a huge variety of Namkeens we could even think off..So here I am sharing a recipe from Indore which is quick easy & you can make it anytime with no fuss. I make it healthy too while cooking it in olive oil & loads of tomatoes. Good news for health freaks, 1 cup of this curry is less then 200 calories, so you don't have to think much & can indulge in this spicy treat when ever you want...:-)

Ingredients for Ratlami Sev Curry (indore Style)

  • 1 Cup Ratlami Sev
  • 2 big tomatoes, (1 finely chopped or pureed & the other in big rough pieces)
  • 2 small onion, (1 finely chopped & other in big rough pieces)
  • 1 red dry chili
  • 1 tej patta
  • 1 or 1 1/2 tbs red chili powder (depending upon the hotness)
  • 1/2 tbs turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tbs garam masala
  • 2 tbs coriander powder
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • salt to taste
  • coriander leaves for garnish

How to cook Ratlami Sev Curry (indore Style)

  1. In a wok, heat oil & put Tej patta & dry red chili.
  2. Once starts crackling, add onions & saute till they become golden
  3. Now add all dry spices with some water. After 5 mins put tomatoes & salt, salt will help the tomatoes to release water soon, Now put the lid.
  4. Cook until oil separates & tomatoes become soft
  5. Now add 3 cups of water & boil into slightly thick curry.
  6. Now add Ratlami sev, boil for a min.
  7. Garnish with Coriander leaves & serve hot with Chapati..


  • Use Akash Ratlami sev as it taste the best
  • Sev tends to soften soon, so add them 5 mins before the serving time so that you can have bites of sev as well.
  • Here I used two different styles of Oinion & tomato, rough big pieces & finely chopped,  so that the small pieces will give thick gravy &  big pieces will give bites.
  • Tastes:  Spicy |
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Easy n traditional, nice to learn something coming from mp..very nice.