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TOMATO CHUTNEY RECIPE / NO ONION NO GARLIC TOMATO CHUTNEY

No Onion No garlic Tomato Chutney recipe … tastes great with idli dosa etc . 

Chutney is one of the crucial category in Indian cuisine. There are so many types of chutneys one can make .Among the long list of different chutneys today i have for you one easy and simple chutney made from tomato.I am damn sure many would be knowing the recipe of ” Tomato Chutney ” but there are so many ways one can make it . I have 4 -5 different recipes of making Tomato chutney and guess what .. each taste so different and tasty from one another .Few months back i have shared Tomato chutney version 1 and today its another quickie, easy and yummy Tomato chutney without Onion – Garlic . Do try this versatile chutney that would taste awesome with anything and everything…


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NO ONION NO GARLIC TOMATO CHUTNEY Yum
quickie, easy and yummy Tomato chutney without Onion - Garlic
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Wash and chop tomato roughly.
  2. Heat a pan adding a tsp of oil.Add red chillies, chana dal , urad dal, hing and curry leaves.Saute for few minutes till the lentils turn golden brown.
  3. Once dal turns golden brown add chopped tomatoes and little salt . Saute for few miuntes till tomatoes turns mushy . Addition of salt speedens the mushying process of tomatoes .
  4. Switch off the flame and allow it to cool down. Then transfer it to mixer along with salt. Grind to a fine paste. Add water if needed else moisture from tomatoes is sufficient to grind .
  5. Yummy tomato chutney without onion garlic is ready to serve. Finally temper it with mustard and curry leaves and serve with idli , dosa, chapathi ,paniyaram ,bread , rice etc and etc.
Recipe Notes

If you want you can add little jaggery and tamarind while grinding .

 

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1 Comment

  • Reply
    Rajeev Ajgaonkar.
    September 1, 2016 at 7:12 am

    It’s ideal for the festive season,when onions and garlic are taboo.

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