Spicy Tomato Garlic Chutney Recipe
When we make pakoras or fries, we demeanour for some tantalizing dips to make them even some-more tastier, ain’t it? Usually, we offer fries with salsa or mayonnaise. But, if we make some chutney and offer it with your dish, they really will ambience even better.
Instead of portion samosas with tomato sauce, if we offer it with dhaniya (coriander) ki chutney or pudine (mint) ki chutney, we will certainly be praised for all your efforts.
Tomato garlic chutney tastes tantalizing and we can even have it with any kind of fries and pakoras. This chutney tastes so good that we might start beating your fingers to bite it to a fullest. Here are a mixture and also a recipe of creation a tomato garlic chutney. Take a look.
Serves – 4
Preparation Time – 10 minutes
Cooking Time – 15 minutes
• Tomatoes – 1 crater (finely chopped)
• Garlic – 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
• Oil – 1 tsp
• Spring Onions (white) – ¼th crater (finely chopped)
• Kashmiri Red Chillies – 2 (soaked in H2O and finely chopped)
• Tomato ketchup – 1 tbsp
• Spring Onions (Green) – 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
• Coriander – 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
• Salt to taste
• Heat oil in a vessel and supplement open onions (white) into it. Sauté well. Now, supplement garlic and brew well, though don’t over grill it. Otherwise, a chutney might spin bitter.
• Now, supplement dripping red chillies and brew well. Add tomatoes into a vessel and prepare well. If we consider we need H2O to prepare a tomatoes, supplement small H2O and prepare on high flame.
• Don’t forget to press a tomatoes while cooking. Add tomato ketchup and salt into it. Tomato ketchup will give a chutney a honeyed and green taste.
• Now, give all a good brew and spin off a stove. When a chutney cools down completely, supplement open onions and coriander.
Your tomato garlic chutney is prepared to be served.