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What is the difference between Rajasthani "sev tamatar nu shak" and Gujrati "sev tamatar nu shak". Do they use different spices or ingredients or method of cooking?

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Rajasthani is typically spicier (red and green chillies), and/or sour with green tomatoes

Gujarati is typically sweeter (Look for jaggery in recipe)

Otherwise it's a very generic Indian reciepe

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hmmm there is no onion in either of them I think – Aashish Bhatnagar Aug 28 '13 at 9:01

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