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MSE. Dzirasa Posted on Thu Jul 18 2013
Vahchef onion tomato gravy is the basic sauce/curry base for most Ghanaian sauces...I make it and freeze portions for most of my recipes...Thanks for the pressure cooker recipe...love you bunches...:)Reply 0 - Replies
jon pollard Posted on Thu Jul 18 2013
Chef. Can I make a large batch of this in advance and freeze some of it? If it cannot be freezed then how long would it keep in the fridge? Ta.Reply 0 - Replies
Moon Latif Posted on Fri Jul 19 2013
Hi vah chef...h r u .. thanks ..u give basic onion tomato gravy ideas...i one question sir if i make big amount onion gravy dont have puresure cooker ..only pan..then just put same ingreident ....pls u help me...i hope u give me reply..take care youReply 0 - Replies
Shubha Mondkar Posted on Wed Aug 07 2013
Can I get the amt of the ginger garlic paste.Because you hve not mentioned in the video.Reply 0 - Replies
viren04 Posted on Thu Aug 08 2013
Wonderful. I watch this video at night and I dying to see morning early to give a try on this gravy. This is very much easy and useful for a bachelor like me. Thanks a lot. I will try this with garlic.Reply 0 - Replies
jon pollard Posted on Sat Aug 10 2013
Chef...Can we make a large batch of this and freeze individual portions for use later?Reply 0 - Replies
Chandana Maitra Posted on Sat Aug 17 2013
funtastic .......really....... i mean it...the way you explain is greatReply 0 - Replies
Rahul Singh Posted on Fri Aug 23 2013
Thank you Mr. Thumma... U have taught me cooking through your wonderful YouTube sessions. I look upto you as a guru ... * respect* ... Have a good day !Reply 0 - Replies
Ayyappadas V Posted on Wed Aug 28 2013
Wow... An amazing piece of dish chef.. Thank you so much for sharing this with the world.:) I added a pinch of Garam Masala above all the other contents and it became so much more tasty that i bit my own tongue.:) Thanks again..Liked:)Reply 0 - Replies
domdomdidity Posted on Sun Sep 01 2013
Wow, that gravy must really burn the mouth!!!!Reply 0 - Replies
ajay kumar Posted on Mon Nov 20 2017
Hello sir i did it as you told but with little amount of vegetables like 3 onion and 3 tomato... While cooking in cooker it got deep-fried into carbon... I'm dissapointed... Should I have added water...?! Plz answer meReply 1 - Replies