Monday, May 21, 2012

Instant Tomato Chutney-Tomato Chutney Recipe

Since it is vacation time for the kids, I am really very busy, so here I am with an instant version of tomato chutney which you will all surely love.This chutney goes well with most Indian breakfast dishes. It can be used as a spread for bread, dip for samosas, side dish for parathas etc. Today let us learn how to make Quick Tomato Chutney (without onion and garlic) following this easy recipe.

Tomato Chutney
Quick Tomato Chutney
How to prepare Tomato Chutney 

Prep time - Under 5 mins
Cook time-Under 10 mins

Ingredients needed

Tomatoes - 4 medium size ( ripe ones)
Sambar powder - 2 tsp
Turmeric powder - a pinch

For the seasoning

Sesame seed oil - 2 tbsp 
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Hing / Asafoetida - a pinch
Curry leaves - few

Method

Blend tomatoes in a blender.

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds when it splutters, add hing, curry leaves, tomato puree, turmeric powder, sambar powder and needed salt.

Cook till oil separates. You can store this chutney in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.

Notes

If the tomatoes are too sweet, you can grind a small bit of tamarind along with it.

Different versions of Tomato Chutney recipes

Tomato Chutney (with onion and red chillies)

Onion Tomato Chutney

Tomato Chutney with garlic

Tomato Thokku

Sun Dried Tomato Pickle

Meet you all with more interesting recipes.


21 comments:

  1. I make it too..I like the addition of sambar powder to the chutney..

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  2. Something with a difference......simple n delicious

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  3. That's a really quick chutney...

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  4. Nice one...adding sambar pow in new to me...

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  5. Interesting :) Never used sambar powders for chutneys!!! Will try :)

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  6. love the colour and a quick recepie .innaiku night dinnerku ithu than with idli

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  7. wow...really interesting and very quick chutney..must try this out...thanks fr sharing....lovely recipe..

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  8. simple chutney looks very tasty,loved ur tomato flower!!

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  9. quick and delicious.never try adding sambhar powder in it..

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  10. Simply love this chutney with anything.

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  11. yum chutney..........bookmarked!

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  12. Hi,I am newly married. I am learning cooking now and your website is the teacher to me... Myself and my hubby loves all the recipes suggested by u... continue ur great work as many are getting benefit...

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  13. Hi.. I made this chutney along with moong dal dosa yesterday.. both were awesome and very simple.. thanks a lot for posting these recipes.. :)..

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  14. Your recipes are simple and with steps.Those who does not know cooking also can do.Wonderful job padhu keep it up

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  15. Padhu, can you please tell me why oil does not separate for me? I heat the chutney in high flame for about 2 minutes. I then simmer it but don't find any oil. Can you please tell me what mistake I might be making?

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    1. Cook on medium or low heat until the rawness of the tomato goes. If required you may add another tbsp of oil and cook.

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