TOMATO CHUTNEY RECIPE

It’s a spicy, tangy condiment can be made in a jiffy. It can be served with indian breads, bakery breads, rice, as well as used as a dip for pasta and other dry snacks.

Ingredients

  • Tomato (chopped, fine, 2 cups)
  • Hing [Asafoetida] (small, cake)
  • Mustard Seeds (1 tsp)
  • Curry Leaves (few)
  • Urad Dal [Black Gram] (de-husked, split, 2 tsp)
  • Methi [Fenugreek] (seeds,1/4 tsp)
  • Salt (to taste)
  • Oil (4 tsp)
  • Red Chilies (3)

Prep time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 20 minutes

Cuisine: South Indian

Category: Breakfast\ Lunch\ Dinner\ Tiffin

Serves: 2

Method:

  • In a shallow skillet add oil and methi [fenugreek seeds] and sautee till they turn deep red in color.
  • Set aside the seeds and add urad dal [split black gram] and sautee till golden.
  • Set aside and add red chilies and sautee for a minute.
  • Set aside the red chilies and add hing [asafoetida].
  • Wait for it to double its size and set aside.
  • In the same skillet add tomatoes and salt.
  • Cook till the water evaporates.
  • In a grinder bowl add the sauteed dry ingredients and grind to a coarse consistency.
  • Transfer the ground mixture to a bowl and add the cooked tomatoes and grind.
  • Mix the ground tomatoes to the spice mixture.
  • Add some oil to the skillet and add mustard seeds.
  • Wait for the seeds to splutter and add curry leaves.
  • Pour the hot oil mixture on top of chutney.

Step by step pictures of the recipe:

Sautee urad dal, methi, red chilies and hing and keep aside.
Cook tomatoes and salt.
Cooked tomatoes.
Grind the sauteed ingredients.
Ground spice mixture.
Add the ground tomatoes to the spice mixture and mix well.
Add oil and mustard seeds, wait to splutter and add curry leaves.
Add the hot oil mixture on top of chutney.

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