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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Tomato Chutney with garlic-Easy Tomato Chutney recipe

This is a very simple tomato chutney with garlic flavour. It is so versatile that it goes well with almost many breakfast items like roti, idly, dosa, chapati, paratha and pongal. It can also be used as a spread for sandwich. Today we will learn how to make this quick tomato chutney following our easy recipe.

Tomato garlic chutney

How to prepare Tomato Chutney-Tomato Chutney with Garlic

Tomato Chutney with Garlic

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

   Ingredients needed

   Chopped tomatoes - 1 cup
   Garlic cloves -3
   Curry leaves - few
   Red chilli - 3
   Oil - 1 tbsp

   For the seasoning

   Oil -1 tsp
   Mustard - 1 tsp
   Hing - a pinch
   Curry leaves - few


Method


Heat a tbsp of oil in a pan, add red chillies, garlic and saute for a few minutes.


Then add curry leaves, chopped tomatoes and cook till tomatoes become mushy. Add salt needed.


Allow it to cool. Then blend it in a mixie .(Do not make a very fine paste)


Heat a tsp of oil, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add hing, curry leaves and pour it over the chutney.

This is a fantastic side dish for idli, dosa.

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30 comments:

  1. I always tend to make sweet tomato chutney...should try this one out...the recipe like you mentioned is pretty easy. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  2. Nice!i really like this chutney.....perfect with idli!yum.

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  3. Its a very simple recipe. My MIL use to prepare this often

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  4. Love the Chutney Recipe. I am collecting chutney recipes on a facebook page called Chutneys R Us. Please join the page and share this lovely recipe. I have always loved your lovely presentations.

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  5. That's the perfect one to go with any crepe or dosa or pancake. :)

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  6. One of my favorite chutneys..

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  7. Garlic flavored tomato chutney will go great with my breakfast pancakes!

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  8. Lovely and flavourful chutney ...just love this with dosa:)

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  9. Hi chutney looks yummy! making this tonight!

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  10. What a lovely chutney recipe...love garlic :)

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  11. i love garlic flavour in anything.. the chutney looks delecious

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  12. Hi Padhu,

    I had a query regarding the recipe. You say in your recipe to add red chillies, do you mean we ned to have dried red chillies ? Suppose I don't have red chillies Can I add red chilli powder instead? Kindly let me know

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  13. I forgot to add one more thing. What if I wanted to make the chutney a bit spicy. Do I need to add anything?

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  14. Red chilli means dried red chilies. If you don't have red chilies, you can add red chilli powder. If you want to make it hot and spicy, add one more chilli and garlic.Do not add anything else. It is the simplicity of the chutney which gives it a nice taste.

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  15. I am a beginner.I get confused with cup measurements. What does 1 cup mean? I have cups in my home which can measure volume.But how much do I take for 1 cup of chopped tomatoes? Will it be the same for 1 cup toor dal too?

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  16. I tried this today. In fact, I try most of your recipes. As always , this recipe turned out to be a big hit in my family. Loved it!!!! :-)

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  17. My son has named this kaara chutney and loves it with kuzhipaniyaram! We relish this at home often...

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  18. Very tasty and simple thank u so much for such simple receipies

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  19. Hey I tried ur tomato garlic chutney N masala panniyaram it was fab.thanks for the wonderful recipe.

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  20. I tried this chutney and it was awesome.. I always love tomatoes n garlic and the combination wss great ..

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  21. We make this chutney often at home.. n everyone at my home loves this chutney..

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  22. How many curry leaves should be added for grinding? Its written few and I'm worried if I add more it will turn bitter. So can you please give the number of curry leaves to be added?

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