This fiery paste made with a small number of ingredients is so easy to prepare but just bursting with tomato and chili flavor. It was Nupur who introduced me to the recipe, and ever since I made it to go along with chickpea flour pancakes with crushed peas and cilantro, I was hooked. I prepared a batch to go along with chickpea and brown rice patties.
The serving possibilities are many and varied. You might wish to use it in place of regular tomato paste in your favorite recipes to heat things up. It's especially good as a condiment to go along with baked or fried savories, or mix with your favorite creamy cheese — such as goat cheese or cream cheese — to spread on some crackers.
|Spicy Sun-Dried Tomato Paste|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
From One Hot Stove
Published on July 29, 2009
Simple fiery paste spread bursting with tomato and chili flavors — delicious for serving as a chutney for Indian flatbreads or as a sandwich spread
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On the top of the reading stack: Modern Spice: Inspired Indian Flavors for the Contemporary Kitchen by Monica Bhide
Audio accompaniment: Kiss My Arp by Andrea Parker