Tomato Achar Nepali Recipe ( Golbeda Til Ko Achar)

The Nepali tomato achar recipe is a delicious side dish to serve with rice or roti. The recipe is easy to follow and can be prepared in under 15 minutes if you want a simple and quick achar recipe.

TOMATO ACHAR IS READY TO SERVE.

Dal, Bhat, Tarkari, and Achar are some of the staple dishes we serve in our households in Nepal. As a result, you will find different types of achar in Nepal; aloo ko achar, kakro ko achar (cucumber), and momo ko achar.

We love spicy food, which may explain our achar culture. It enhances the flavor of the meal, after all. This recipe takes less than 15 minutes to cook and is delicious.

Additionally, this recipe is oil-free, so it’s a reasonably healthy side dish. Here is a simple & easy Nepali tomato achar recipe with sesame.

Ingredients For Nepali Tomato Achar

Ingredients for Nepali tomato achar

#Vegetables

  • Tomato
  • Cilantro
  • Garlic
  • Green chili

Notes: Depending on how spicy you prefer, you can lessen or add the number of chilies.

#Seasoning

  • Salt
  • Lemon

#Spices

  • Sichuan pepper
  • Black sesame powder

Notes: Sesame seeds should be toasted and finely ground. Whether you use white or black sesame seeds is up to you.

Step-By Step Photo Instructions

#1 The first step is to boil two tomatoes in two cups of water on medium-high heat for roughly 5-7 minutes. Bring it to a boil until the tomatoes are cooked. You can see the outer covering coming off when the tomato is cooked.

#2 Remove the outer layer after cooking and transfer the boiled tomatoes to a blender. Combine all spices, seasonings, green chili, garlic, and cilantro in a blender (15-20 seconds) until you have a fine paste.

#3 Pour the tomato sauce into a bowl. The dish is ready to serve. It makes a great side dish when served with rice, fried rice, or roti.

Tomato achar Nepali recipe is ready to serve.

How Long To Refrigerate Nepali Tomato Achar?

You can store Nepali tomato ko achar in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to five days. I won’t refrigerate more than that.

After a certain number of days, it won’t taste as fresh. There are other types of Nepali achar you can store for months. However, I suggest you consume this achar within five days.

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Tomato Achar Nepali Recipe ( Sesame & Tomato Pickle)

This Nepali homemade pickle can be made in 15 minutes or less, and it is, without a doubt, the easiest pickle you could ever make.
Prep Time10 minutes
Active Time5 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Nepali
Keyword: Nepali sesame tomato pickle, Tomato achar nepali recipe
Yield: 10 Servings

Ingredients

Vegetables

  • 2 Tomatoes
  • 1/3 cup Chopped Cilantro
  • 1 Garlic
  • 3 Green chili

Seasoning

  • Salt (As per taste)
  • 1/2 tbsp Lemon juice

Spices

  • 1/4 tsp Sichuan pepper
  • 1/2 tbsp Sesame powder – Black/White

Instructions

  • Boil two tomatoes in two cups of water on medium-high heat. Bring it to a boil until the tomatoes are cooked. You can see the outer covering coming off when the tomato is cooked.
  • Remove the outer layer after cooking and transfer the boiled tomatoes to a blender. Combine all spices, seasonings, green chili, garlic, and cilantro in a blender until you have a fine paste.
  • Pour the tomato sauce into a bowl. The dish is ready for serving and makes a great side dish when served with rice or roti.

Notes

# Depending on how spicy you prefer, you can lessen or increase the number of chilies.
# Sesame seeds should be toasted and finely ground. Whether you use white or black sesame seeds is up to you.
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