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Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Tomato/Thakkali Chutney [Side dish for Idlis, dosas, paniyarams etc without coconut]

Hello friends, It's been almost 10 to 15 days after I posted any recipe because my laptop stopped working and I had a very hard time. But friends I did make sure I visited all your pages as much as possible. Now coming to today's recipe I made a delectable tomato chutney.

We make different types of chutneys as side dish for idlis, dosas etc in South Indian homes and the thirst and search of chutneys never end. This is one of the traditional and authentic South Indian chutneys made in many homes and restaurants. When served with idlis and dosas everybody prefers to eat more idlis just for the sake of this chutney. Just try it out friends, the taste will surely keep lingering in your mouth.  Check out other delectable chutneys here.

Heres how to make Tomato/Thakkali chutney with step by step photos…
           





Ingredients


Tomatoes
4 [cut to cubes]
Onion
2 [cut to cubes]
Ginger
One inch piece [ finely chopped]
Garlic
4 cloves [Peeled]
Green chillies
2
Dry red chillies
3
Coriander seeds
1 ½ tbsp
Salt
As needed
Oil
2 tsp

For Tempering


Oil/Gingelly oil
1 tsp
Mustard seeds
½ tsp
Cumin seeds
½ tsp
Urad dal
½ tsp
Curry leaves
8-10

Method

Heat oil in kadai, add dry red chillies and sauté for 20 sec. Add coriander seeds and saute for another 20 sec.
                            

Now add onions, green chillies, garlic, ginger and saute until they turn golden brown.

Add the tomatoes, salt and saute really well until it turns mush. Now switch off the stove. Cool it and then blend it to fine paste. Now transfer the chutney into a bowl.


Heat oil in a kadai, splutter the mustard seeds. Now add the cumin seeds, urad dal, curry leaves and saute itfor 20 sec. Switch off the stove and add the tempering to the chutney.

                             

Yummy and delicious thakkali chutney is ready to be enjoyed.

 Suggestions:

Tempering is not required, but gives a wonderful taste when the chutney is tempered.


Thank you for visiting my blog, please come back again for more mouthwatering side dishes.

Until then I am signing off…





24 comments:

  1. Hi priya, welcome back....This chutney is quite a treat with dosas and idlis.... awesome...

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  2. yummy side dishes for dosa or kuzhipaniyaram

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  3. Glad you are back in action.. This chutney is one of my favorite combination with dosa and idlis.

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  4. Sometimes the gadgets just have to fail - laptops, cameras, handphone etc etc.
    Glad to have you back and glad that you came with the much loved tomato chutney. Bring on any kind of chutneys and I will continue drooling.

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  5. Priya SS mouthwatering Tomato chutney ,perfect for Idli Dosa

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  6. this is such a tasty and simple chutney.

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  7. This chutney is my life saver when I don't like to whip up an elaborate Sambar. Your's look so good Priya :)

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  8. படங்கள் எல்லாமே அழகோ அழகு.

    தக்காளி + வெங்காயத்துடன் காரச்சட்னி நாக்கில் நீரை வரவழைக்கிறது.

    “இஞ்சிப்பச்சிடி தொட்டு நக்குடி” என ஓர் பழமொழி எங்கள் ஊரில் சொல்வார்கள். ;)))))

    பாராட்டுக்கள், வாழ்த்துகள்.பகிர்வுக்கு நன்றிகள்.

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  9. Neatly explained, well clicked yummy flavourful chutney! :) Wow

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  10. love to have this with dosas...

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  11. Tomato chutney looks delicious, tempting and comforting Priya :-)

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  12. one of my fave chutney, perfect with dosa and idli.

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  13. chutney looks delicious ! wonderful side dish !

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  14. My favourite delicious chutney.. Love to have with idli and dosa..

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  15. Welcome back dear.. A perfect chutney for idlis & dosas :)

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  16. That chutney with idli is all what I have in my mind right now :)

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  17. Wonderful tomato chutney dear, I make them atleast once a week

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  18. Thank you all for the wonderful comments and the warm welcome... with out your encouragement and support nothing is possible...

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  19. simple and delicious one..
    Thanks for sharing in WTML EVENT

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  20. I tried this Chutney. It is very delicious.

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