Green Tomato Vangibhath

I can see that Vangibath powder is one of the popular post in my blog. Here is green tomato vangibath for you all. It is different from Brinjal VB and tastes yummy too.

Recipe Source: Anuradha Kashi, Singapore

What you need :

Green Tomato : 1 big (you can add more if you like)
Wash and cut into small pieces.
Oil : as required

Sasive/Mustard: 1/4 tsp
Kadalebele/Chanadal: 1.5 tsp
Uddinabele/Uriddal: 1.5tsp
Curry Leaf few leaves
Turmeric: 1 big pinch
Tamarind paste : 1 tbsp if green tomatoes are very sour, you can vary this as per your taste
Jaggery, salt as per taste
Vangibath Powder as required
Rice : 1 pavu akki anna (approx 250g)

Cook rice (grains apart). Pour the rice on a big plate and let it cool. Use a fork to spread the rice.
Heat oil and add mustard. When mustard stops popping add kadalebele, uddinabele and fry till they turn golden brown color. Add curry leaf, turmeric, green tomato pieces.
Fry tomato pieces till they are little soft. They are still crunchy but soft too at this stage. Add tamarind juice, jaggery, salt and bring to boil. Add Vangibath powder and switch off the stove.
Add rice and mix well. Check taste and adjust as required. Garnish with coriander leaves.


notyet100 said...

looks so delicious,..;-)will try this soon,..

Cham said...

Very different vangibath, love the color!

Anonymous said...

Hi Lakshmi,

Nice recipe!
If possible can u please provide a complete step-by-step procedure on cooking[basics] using microwave oven..


Uma said...

looks so delicious!!

Fresh recipe said...

Very good and nice choice of Green Tomato recipe. I'm always on the lookout for fresh and yummy recipes which i can do in free time. This sounds great to me. Thanks a lot for sharing.

Nandita SS said...

This is the first time that I've come across tomato bhat. Very interesting. Will try this some time :)

YOSEE said...

Have never tried this, though i have used the vangi bath masala powder for other veggies.
(My mom used to make Green Tomato sambar.)
I'm sure this vangi bath will be loved even by kids, who generally make a fuss about brinjals.

Finla said...

Looks super dleicous.

Deepthi Shankar said...

never made VB with green tomato .. nice dish .. hope yu N yr baby r dng gr8 .. how old is he now?

Raks said...

Sounds good,I thought vangi means brinjal... sure would love this,got to try sometime :)

Lakshmi said...


Sanna maganige eega 5 months ri. Thanks for coming here.

Vangi means brinjal :D and ya certainly try it sometimes.

Rekha said...

loads of green tomatoes lying at home, khandita madthini kanri.