Mar 17, 2015

Easy Tomato Chilli Chutney Recipe


This is like my favourite chutney. I make them quite often because they are so easy to make and taste so yum. When i make this, i try to get a double batch of it, so i can keep it in fridge and have it whenever i need. My little one like this chutney a lot, so i make this with less chilli powder and have it in fridge, she loves it with her dosa or idli, she licks my fingers when i feed her this..It is like finger licking good..

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Chilli Garlic Chutney
Beetroot Chutney


I made this chutney and enjoyed it with kambu dosa, will be sharing it soon as well.You all know my love for chutney, i have quite a lot of them already in my blog, check out my collections here.


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 10 to 15 mins
Serves : 2 to 3

Ingredients:

Tomatoes - 1 large chopped roughly
Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Salt to taste
Sugar - 1/2 tsp
Tamarind - a small piece
Gingelly Oil - 4 tblspn
Mustard Seeds / Kaduku - 1/2 tsp

Method:

Take tomatoes, chilli powder, salt, sugar and tamarind in a mixer, puree smoothly.

Heat oil in a kadai, add in mustard seeds and let them splatter.

Now add in the puree and cook till oil separates.

Now serve with idli or dosa.

This chutney stays good for a week in fridge.

Pictorial:
Take tomatoes in a blender


add in chilli powder


add in some salt


add in some sugar, this balances the tartness of the tomatoes


now add in little tamarind


make this into a smooth puree


Now heat some gingelly oil in a kadai


add in some mustard seeds


let them splatter


add in the pureed tomatoes


keep cooking


cook till oil separates


enjoy..this chutney stays good for a week in fridge

17 comments:

  1. Nice pictures aarthi can u pl suggest a good food processor which does cutting for french fries also

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  2. Thank u aarthi nice chutney with no onions

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  3. What is gingelly oil?

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  4. What's gingelly oil?? Can we use sum other oil?? Pls suggest!! Thanks in advance

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  5. Can I use sunflower oil or coconut oil?

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  6. Thank you so much fr replying!!

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  7. Aarthi I hve one doubt why r u adding sugar it give sweet tasty .....

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  8. @Anonymousit wont give sweet taste. it balances the tartness from the tomatoes

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  9. Hi Aarthy,
    I tried this recipe today and it turned out splendid. My husband was reminded about the taste of our hometown restaurants. We live abroad and fortunately i got a chance to serve him his favorite thakkali chutney... Thank you so much.

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  10. Hi Aarthy,
    I added just 2-3 pods of garlic for grinding and tried this chutney. It was really yummy and superb. I hope others can try this option also if they like to add garlic, which is good for health.

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  11. Can i use this dip with gwaramari bread?

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  12. This is simply yummy recipe will try it soon and let u know the feedback ... thanks for u recipe sista:)

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