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5 different ways to cook tomato chutney

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

  1. Ronaldo10

    Ronaldo10 New IL'ite

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Thanks for the recipes that were posted. It is nice to have a different variation and style especially
    for kids. They love to see unique and something new in the daily food they eat. It give them appetite to eat. Also, this would avoid having children play around while eating.
     
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  2. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Hi Ronaldo10

    You seem to really like different variations for chutneys, I'm going to post a new thread on ridgegourd chutney. Please read.
     
  3. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    Ridgegourd / peerkkangai / beerakaya / toori instant chutney recipe

    Hello Ladies

    Thanks for your replies. That shows your interest in instant chutneys.

    Today I would like to share Ridgegourd chutney with you.

    Ingredients

    tender beerakaya diced 2

    green chillies 4 - 5

    jeera 1 / 2 tsp

    for seasoning

    jeera, mustard seeds, one red chilly, curry leaves and oil.

    Heat oil in a kadai, add the diced beerakaya, green chillies, jeera, cook till tender. When cool grind the mixture. Heat oil for seasoning add jeera, mustard seeds, broken red chilly, then the mixture.

    Serve the chutney with idly or dosa. Beerakaya chutney is a great combination with hot rice and ghee.
     
  4. gjaya

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Today I tried out a new one for myself - White pumpkin chutney.

    it was so delicious and so easy -

    First chop White pumpkin into pieces and fry it with Green chillies in a little bit oil.

    In a Mixie take the above white pumpkin/Green chillies, add a little bit of tamarind and salt and few Coriander leaves. Grind all of this without adding any water.

    You can then season it with oil and mustard seeds.

    That's it.

    Jaya
     
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  5. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????


    Hello jaya

    Thanks a million for the pumpkin chutney recipe. Just by reading the recipe, I feel my taste buds responding. Sure I'm going to try, will let you know the response.
     
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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Thank u very much 4mangopeople.
     
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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Ginger chutney ( Allum chutney )


    Ingredients:

    1inch ginger piece - 4-5
    2 tsp udad dal
    1 tsp gram dal
    1 tsp dhania
    1/2 tsp cumin seeds
    2-3 dried red chillies
    1 tsp tamarind paste or soak tamarind in watr for few minutes and grind it along with chutney
    1 small piece of jaggery
    salt to taste

    In a pan , heat some oil and fry all the dry ingredients and finally add ginger pieces.
    While grinding add tamarind , jaggery and salt to the above mix.
    By adding little water grind it finely.

    This chutney goes very well with Idli, dosa, pesserattu and vadas.

    You can balance the tamarind and sweet content if u feel spicy.

    Dipika's...."Ammana Adige" -Mom's ultimate cooking
     
  8. 4mangopeople

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Hi deepa

    How are you today.
    Thanks for the allum chutney recipe. The recipe I knew for allum chutney is different, Your recipe sounds interesting. Sure I'm going to prepare your version this Saturday. Thanks dear.
     
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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    One more.......

    Ridge gourd chutney/peerkangai chutney

    1. Ridge gourd skin - 3 cups
    2. Onion - 1, sliced
    3. Tomato - 1, chopped
    4. Urad dal - 4 tbsp
    5. Red chillies - 8 or to taste
    6. Coriander seeds - 2 tbsp
    7. Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
    8. Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
    9. Fenugreek seeds - 1/4 tsp
    10. Curry leaves - few
    11. Salt - to taste
    12. Oil - 2 tbsp

    Wash the ridge gourds (beerakaya) and peel and chop the skin and keep aside.
    Take a pan and heat with 1/2 tbsp of oil and add mustard seeds.
    When they start to crackle add cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, coriander seeds, red chillies, urad dal and curry leaves.
    Saute for 3-5 mins or they turn into light golden yellow colour.
    Remove from flame and keep aside.
    In the same pan add another 1/2 tbsp of oil and heat.
    Now add sliced onions and chopped tomatoes and little quantity of salt.
    Cook on low flame till the onions become transparent and tomatoes become juicy.
    Remove from heat and keep aside.
    In the same pan add another 1/2 tbsp of oil and heat.
    Add ridge gourd peeled and chopped skin and little quantity of salt.
    Cook on low flame till the skin become tender.
    Remove from heat and keep aside.
    Allow the sauteed ingredients for some time.
    Then take a mixer jar and add the sauteed ingredients and grind to a coarse paste (don't add too much of water).

    Now your easy and tasty peerkankai pachadi is ready to serve.
     
  10. 4mangopeople

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    Re: can you share your favorite chutney recipe??????????

    Hello Pussy

    Thanks for the ridge gourd chutney recipe. Your recipe is very different from the one I posted in one of my previous threads. Sounds good, I believe in variety is the spice of life. Sure I'll try and let you know. Thanks once again.
     

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