Sunday, November 21, 2010

Onion Tomato Chutney-Onion Tomato Chutney recipe

Here is a very simple and tasty Onion tomato chutney which goes well with Idly, dosa, adai and even with Upma, Chapatti, rotis and parathas. Today we will learn how to make onion tomato chutney with mint flavor following this easy recipe.

onion tomato chutney recipe
No more problem making your kids eat idlis -They will love these idli piglets.
they will finish off the idlys and even the raw tomatoes

Onion Tomato Chutney

Onion Tomato Chutney

 Prep Time : 5 mins
 Cook Time : 10 mins 
 Serves: 2-3
 Recipe CategorySide Dish-Chutney
 Recipe CuisineSouth Indian
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Onion -1
   Tomato -2
   Green Chillies -2
   Mint leaves - handful
   Salt as needed

   For the seasoning

   Oil - 3 tsp
   Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp
   Urad dal - 1 tbsp
   Red chilli - 1


onion tomato chutney recipe
Preparation

Chop tomatoes and onions into medium sized pieces.

Method

Heat a tsp of oil, add mustard seeds,when it sputters, add urad dal, red chilli and fry until dal becomes golden brown. Keep it aside.

Now in the same pan, add 2 tsp of oil, fry onions till they turn transparent.

Then add tomatoes, green chilli and saute for a few more minutes.

Add mint leaves, needed salt and cook till tomatoes turn mushy. Turn off the heat. Let it cool.

Grind everything together to a slightly coarse paste.

You can replace mint leaves with coriander leaves for Onion Tomato chutney with coriander flavour.

Note - First grind dal with a little onion tomato mix, then add the rest and grind everything together.

Delicious simple Onion tomato chutney is ready to be serve with Idly, dosa, adai and chapati.

Click the text link below (not the picture) for idli batter recipe or soft idlys



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Meet you all again with more interesting recipes and tips, until then it is bye from Padhu of Padhuskitchen.

42 comments:

  1. Such cute idlis ya! Loved the chutney! :D

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  2. very yummy chutney, never added mint to this.Will be very flavourful.piglets look very cute

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  3. hey great recipe...addition of mint and coriander makes it more yummy.
    Biny

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  4. Love this chutney...also loved yur idea of making this with mint. I always use coriander. Will def try yur version. Hey loved the idli piggies....very creative :)

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  5. I never say no to this chutney, my all time fav..

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  6. Idli piggy looks lovely. This chutney is one of my fav..

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  7. spicy mouthwatering chutney with fluffy idllies

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  8. This looks cute and delicious!

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  9. it would be perfect with hot idli and crisp dosas

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  10. Love your presentation...Sure kids can't miss this breakfast...

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  11. vah re vah, chutney looks delectable padhu...I loved the idli piggy!

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  12. Perfect yummy chutney for idlis and dosa.

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  13. Very delicious combination.. looks really good.. thanks for sharing :)

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  14. love this chutney.beautiful presentation.

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  15. cute presentation! adding the mint to the chutney is a nice touch, will try it out next time.

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  16. hey nice one...and a cute presentation too...:)

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  17. Piglets look so very cute :-) Great combo with chutney

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  18. love this chutney and the child in me calls out to this this pigg looking idli!

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  19. Love this chutney with idlis!! Beautiful presentation, Padhu..

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  20. Idli and chutney looks delicious and tempting. Wonderful presentation.

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  21. Idlies look very chweeet!!!! very tempting chutney!!!!!

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  22. Yummy chutney,goes very well wit dosa and idlis.

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  23. These look so beautiful and yummy!

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  24. beautiful photos, delicious recipe, great

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  25. looking at your pics brought a big smile to my face..you actually got the piggies to have a cute expression :)

    US Masala

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  27. Nice to see your fluffy Idli's and tomato chutney...likes the way you have presented ...

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  28. Amazing chutney. Was wonderful with my doasa. Thank you so much.

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  29. Thanks to your blog We had a very tasty breakfast this morning ..Rava Dosai and onion chutney.

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  30. Hi Padhu, I was bored with my regular chutneys for dosa so I saw this tomato chutney with mint flavor and tried it today. It was simply superb. Thank you so much for you different recipes and pics accompanying them. I will try more of ur recipes. Keep up ur work ☺👍👌👏👏👏

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  31. I love this chutney.... def i will try today

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  32. Tried this cutney with the Corainder leave variety today.. Turned out yummy.. But i put 3 red mirchi instead of 4.. Became really hot. Had to balance with some salt & jaggery later..

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  33. Hi padhunan..how many days wiLloyd the chutneys stay?

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