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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

tomato-garlic-chutney
My mom makes a tomato garlic chutney that goes well with parathas and chapati. This recipe is also a similar one, sent by a reader Aby senthil, who had already sent me the beetroot pulao recipe I posted earlier. This was sent by her long time back, today I tried for our breakfast and thought of blogging too. This is a spicy and garlic flavored tomato based chutney without onion. Goes well with idli and dosa and can be made easily. tomato-garlic-chutney-recipe

Tomato garlic chutney recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Side dish
Prep Time2 mins     |  Cook time: 10 mins     Serves: 2

Ingredients

Tomato – 2

Garlic – 8 flakes

Red chilli – 8

Salt as needed

To temper

Sesame oil – 2 tblsp

Mustard – 1/2 tsp

Curry leaves – few

Method

  1. Peel garlic, chop tomato roughly and grind both with red chillies and salt to a smooth paste without any water.
  2. 1-grind
  3. In a kadai, heat oil, temper with mustard, curry leaves and pour the ground paste.
  4. 2-temper
  5. It may splutter, so be careful as you pour and cook covered in medium flame for 4 minutes or until the garlic smell is fragrant and oil separates.
  6. 3-ready

Notes

    • I used small variety garlic, so if you use big  variety, reduce to 4.
    • Tomato should be red ripe for best taste and colour.
    • Red chillies must be added as mentioned to balance the tanginess of tomato.

Serve with hot idli or dosa. If you want you can top with sesame oil. 
tomato-garlic-chutney

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14 comments:

  1. Wow.. The color and texture of the chutney is awesome... Easy to cook

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  2. Can we do with garlic paste or without garlic? Will it taste same?

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    1. Fresh garlic will taste best, you can try paste though. Without garlic, it will be very plain as this is a main ingredient.

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  3. Nice color and looks delicious

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  4. lovely colour chutney, looks yummy

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  5. looks yummy and mouth watering.. tomato chutney is one of my all time fav

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  6. Really very nice... I loved it.. I served to my friend also.. She also loved it.. Keep posting.. Thank you so much

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  7. I m craving for this.....in fact for all of your recipes....keep up the good work☆

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  8. Hi - am linking this recipe on my blog - very close to my own recipe. Beautifully written by you - am drooling already!

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  9. Can i know the shelf life of this chutney

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    1. You have to consume within the day, maximum next day in fridge.

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