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5 different ways to cook tomato chutney

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by 4mangopeople, Feb 13, 2010.

  1. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    Hi everybody

    This is my new thread and i would like to share a few tips with indusladies on how to variate the same chutney we make for breakfast . We get bored to eat the same chutney, same style every time. I try to variate the chutneys everytime I prepare. I would like to discuss today TOMATO CHUTNEY

    METHOD 1

    Ingredients:
    tomatoes 3
    medium size onion 1
    green chillies 3
    jeera 1 tsp
    garlic 2 pods
    curry leaves few
    jeera for seasoning
    red chilly 1
    mustard seeds for seasoning
    oil for seasoning

    Dice tomatoes and onion.
    Heat oil in a kadai, add jeera, green chillies, diced tomato, onion and garlic. Do not add water, cover and cook till it becomes soft. Grind the mixture, heat oil for the seasoning add curry leaves jeera, mustard and red chilly.

    Serve with idly, dosa, or any other breakfast.


    METHOD 2

    ingredients :
    tomatoes diced 3
    medium size onion diced 1
    fresh coconut small piece
    tamarind half lemon size
    green chilly 3
    urad dal 1/2 tsp
    chana dal 1/2 tsp
    sesame seeds 1/2 tsp
    peanuts 1/2 tsp
    jeera 1/2 tsp
    mustard seeds 1/2 tsp
    red chilly 3
    curry leaves
    jeera and mustrad seeds for seasoning
    red chilly for seasoning

    Heat oil in a kadai add urad dal, chana dal, peanuts, sesame seeds, mustard, jeera, red chilly, green chilly,onion,tomato,tamarind,coconut, sprinkle water cover the lid cook until soft.
    Grind the mixture, heat oil for the seasoning add jeera, mustard, red chilly and curry leaves.

    Serve with any breakfast.

    METHOD 3

    Ingredients:
    tomatoes diced 3
    carrot diced one big
    onion medium diced 1
    sesame seeds 1 tsp
    coriander leaves 1 small bunch
    green chillies 4
    garlic 3 pods
    for seasoning jeera, mustard seeds, curry leaves, one red chilly.

    Heat oil in a kadai, add sesame seeds, green chillies, coriander, onion, carrot, tomato, garlic and cook until done.
    Grind the mixture, heat oil for seasoning, add jeera, mustard, curry leaves and red chilly.

    Serve with any breakfast.

    METHOD 4

    Ingredients:
    tomatoes diced 3
    onion medium size 1
    coriander leaves 1 small bunch
    mint leaves 1 small bunch
    jeera 1 tsp
    garlic pods 3
    green chillies 4
    sesame seeds 1tsp
    for seasoning jeera, mustrad, curry leaves and red chilly

    Heat oil in a kadai add jeera, sesame seeds, green chillies, onion, tomato, coriander leaves, mint leaves and garlic. Cook till done.
    Grind the mixture, heat oil for the seasoning, add jeera, mustard, curry leaves and re chilly.

    Serve with any breakfast.

    METHOD 5

    ingredients:
    tomatoes medium size diced 3
    onion medium diced 2
    coconut small piece
    urad dal 1/2 tsp
    chana dal 1/2 tsp
    peanuts 1 tsp
    tamarind small piece
    for seasoning curry leaves, jeera, mustard seeds.

    Heat oil in a kadai add urad dal, chana dal, peanuts, onion, tomato, coconut and tamarind. Cook till done.
    Grind the mixture, heat oil for seasoning add jeera, mustard seeds and curry leaves.

    Serve with any breakfast.

    Hope my variations to the tomato chutney will be liked. Any variations, improvisations are welcome.

    Always cook the food with the lid to save time and gas.

    In my next thread I will share variations to PEANUT CHUTNEY.



     
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  2. BeeAmma

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    Very cool, thanks for posting.
     
  3. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    5 ways to make peanut chutney

    Hello to all

    Thanks for following my previous thread ' 5 ways to make tomato chutney'.

    Before I proceed further I would suggest the ladies to add carrot every time you make the tomato chutney. I requires just one or two extra chillies, but is more nutritious and doubles the quantity.

    Now the recipe for the peanut chutney.

    Note: always adjust the ingredients according to your personal taste.

    Method 1

    fried peanuts 1 cup
    Fried chana/punalu/phula chana 1tsp
    jeera 1/2 tsp
    garlic 2 pods
    green chilly 4 or 5
    for the seasoning
    jeera, curry leaves, mustard seeds

    Grind together peanuts, chana, jeera, garlic, green chilly along with sufficient water.
    Heat oil for seasoning, add jeera, mustard and curry leaves and add to the mixture.
    Serve with idly, dosa etc..

    Method 2

    Fried peanuts 1 cup
    fried chana
    medium size onion diced 1
    green chilly 4/5
    curds 1 tbsp
    for the seasoning
    jeera, mustard seeds, curry leaves, one dried chilly.

    Grind together peanuts, fried chana, green chillies, curd with or without adding water. If the curd is sufficient no need to add water, but needs one extra chilly.
    Heat oil for seasoning, add jeera, mustard, curry leaves and broken red chilly and to the mixture.
    Serve with idly, dosa etc..

    Method 3

    fried peanuts 1 cup
    green chillies 4
    jeera 1/2 tsp
    tamarind 1/2 lemon size
    garlic 2 pods
    for the seasoning
    jeera, mustard seeds, curry leaves.

    Grind together fried peanuts, green chillies, jeera, tamarind and garlic.
    Heat oil for seasoning add jeera, mustard and curry leaves and add the mixture.
    Serve with idly, dosa, pesarattu etc.

    Method 4

    fried peanuts 1 cup
    fried chana 1/2 tsp
    jeera 1/2 tsp
    garlic 2 pods
    dried chilly 4 or 5
    curd 1 tsp
    for the seasoning
    jeera, mustard seeds, curry leaves

    Grind together peanuts, chana, jeera, garlic, red chillies and curd with sufficient water.
    Heat oil for seasoning add jeera, mustard, curry leaves and add to the mixture.

    Serve with any breakfast.

    Method 5

    fried peanuts 1 cup
    fried chana 1 tsp
    medium size onion diced 1
    jeera 1/2 tsp
    red chillies 4 or 5
    for seasoning
    jeera, mustard seeds and curry leaves

    Grind together fried peanuts, chana, onion, jeera and red chillies.
    Heat oil for seasoning add jeera, mustard, curry leaves and add to the mixture
    Serve with any breakfast


    NOTE : Ladies I would appreciate if you share your chutney/dips recipes. I'm always hungry for
    chutney / dips recipes from any part of the world.




     
  4. Sudha Kailas

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    Re: 5 ways to make peanut chutney

    Hi friend, your peanut chutney is very interesting.
    I am going to make this for tonight to go with the dosas.
    Will let you know the results tomorrow !!
     
  5. 4mangopeople

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    Re: 5 ways to make peanut chutney

    Hello Sudha

    Did you try the peanut chutney, if not give a try, believe me it is a great combination for dosa.
     
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    Re: 5 ways to make peanut chutney

    I like peanut chutney very much. I like to have it with Idle, Dosa & Pongal also.
    Thanks a lot for sharing the recipe.
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2010
  7. 4mangopeople

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    Re: 5 ways to make peanut chutney

    Hello pussy

    Thanks for the reply. You try different methods, believe me you'll love them.
    Can you share your chutney recipes with me.
    Reply.
     
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    can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Hello ladies

    Daily morning it is a big question mark for me at the breakfast time. My children expect me

    to dish out a new recipe every time. Can you share your favorite chutney recipe with me.

    Every body has a unique way of preparing the chutney. I love to share the recipes. Please

    ladies I will be waiting for your recipes.



    For the tomato and peanut chutney please follow my previous threads.
     
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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????


    Pudhina Kothumalli Chutney.

    Ingredients:
    • Mint leaves – 3/4 cup
    • Coriander leaves – 1 cup
    • Red chilies – 2
    • Tamarind – a pinch
    • Mustard and urad seeds – 1 tspn
    • Curry leaves - few
    • Oil, Salt – As required
    Recipe:
    1. Heat Oil in a pan. Add Red chilies, Mint leaves and Coriander leaves, fry for sometime.
    2. Once it cools off, Grind all the fried items with Salt in blender.
    3. Heat a pan. Add 2 to 3 tspns of Oil, Mustard and Urad dhal. Once Mustard seeds splutters add Curry leaves and ground mix. Fry
     
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2010
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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    ONION CHUTNEY

    Ingredients:
    • Onion - 2
    • Green chili - 2 to 3
    • Tamarind - small gooseberry size
    • Coconut - 2 tbspn
    • Coriander leaves - 5 to 6 sprigs
    • Mint leaves - 5 to 6 sprigs
    • Hing - 1/4 tspn
    • Salt - to taste
    • Mustard seeds and Urad dal - 1/2 tspn
    • Curry leaves - a sprig
    • Oil - 1 or 2 tspn
    Recipe:
    1. Heat Oil in a pan. Add Green chili and fry for a minute.
    2. Add Onion and fry till they are transparent.
    3. Add Tamarind, Coconut and Hing. Fry for a minute.
    4. Add Coriander leaves, Mint leaves and Salt. Immediately remove from heat.
    5. Once this fried mix cools, grind it into a coarse paste.
    6. Heat Oil in a pan. Add Mustard seeds and Urad dal.
    7. Once the seeds starts spluttering, add Curry leaves and ground chutney. Fry for 2 to 3 minutes.
     

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