Today I am sharing a quick, easy and very basic recipe of Tomato Chutney (tamatar ki chutney). About 91% of the people voted in favor of sharing the said recipe in the poll on my Instagram stories. So, here I am with the very basic version of Tomato Chutney (tamatar ki chuntey). This is how I make it, you can certainly add more ingredients like chopped garlic or julienne onions to it but I will stick to the main goal of my cooking blog part by keeping it as simple and effortless as possible
What goes well with Tomato Chutney/ Tamatar ki chutney?
Or should we say, with what it goes well with? ok, it’s complicated 😀
It compliments anything that’s on the less spicy side. I particularly enjoy having it with Urad/ Mash (White wali) Daal, Khichdi, Peas pulao, or simply with bhagaray rice.
Let’s dive into the easiest recipe of Tomato Chutney (tamatar ki chutney)
About Tomato Chutney /tamatar ki chutney: It is a basic condiment made with tomatoes and spices to compliment certain foods. Can be used as a dip for snacks as well.
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|Cooking Time:||10 mins||Spice Level:||⭐⭐⭐|
Above ratings are out of 5, with 5⭐ being the ‘most’.
Tomato Chutney/ Tamatar ki chutney – THE RECIPE
Tomatoes 3 (big sized, roughly chopped)
Oil 100-150 ml (about 1/2 cup)
Cumin seeds 1 tbsp
Red chili powder 1 – 1.5 tsp
Salt 1/2 tsp (or to taste)
Green Chilies 3-4 (small)
Coriander leaves (chopped) 2-3 tbsp
Add oil in the pan.
Once the oil is warm enough, add cumin seeds and saute them.
Introduce chopped tomatoes in it and cook until they are soft.
Mix in salt, red chili powder.
Throw in green chilies.
Simmer it on medium-low heat until oil comes on top.
Add the chopped coriander leaves. Mix and Serve
MY TWO CENTS:
Adjust the spices to suit your taste buds.
You can also add red chili flakes to make it more hot.
You can also add chopped garlic and/or onions to it.