Monday, October 25, 2010

Tomato Chutney / Hot n Spicy Chutney

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Red Chutney is a delicious & versatile Indian condiment goes with just about anything from Idly, dosas to sandwiches, chats, grilled chicken, burgers, fish, etc.  This will add a liitle zing to any dish..! 
This spicy and hot chutney is made with lots of red chillies, tomatoes and lemon juice.  This chutney or sauce is relished in South Indian hoseholds as tasty side dish with breakfast menus..!
Check out the unique and interesting recipe here…:)
Ingredients:
  • Red chilly                      - 5
  • Oil                                - 1 tbsp
  • Tomato                         - 2
  • Ginger                          - small piece
  • Garlic                            - 3 to 4 pods
  • Cumin                           - ½ tsp
  • Split channa dal            - ¼ cup
  • Lemon juice                  - 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
Method:
  1. Soak red chillies in warm water for 2 hours.
  2. Heat oil in a fry pan.
  3. Sauté grated ginger, garlic, cumin and tomatoes.
  4. Allow to cool.
  5. Now grind red chilly with all the other ingredients.
  6. Add little water, salt and grind to smooth paste.
  7. Transfer to a bowl.
  8. Add lemon juice and mix well.
  9. Hot and spicy red chutney ready to taste
  1. This chutney makes a  very good combination with hot Idly, spongy dosa, crispy adai  and can also be used in chats…!!!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
    Cheers,
    Jay
                                       

52 comments:

  1. Hi Jay,

    Arumaiyaana chutney...Simply superb!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  2. wow!!perfect with idly and dosa!yummy!

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  3. The chutney looks so yum and colourful. Loved the click

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  4. Hi Jay,
    It's great to meet a new foodie friend! Delicious blog of yours and red chutney is incredible,mouthwatering! Love it!

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  5. Chutney looks so so good.

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  6. ur chutney looks mouth watering and tempting :)

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  7. Hi! Thanks for dropping! This is mouthwateting indeed! Have a great day!

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  8. the addition of channa daal is so intriguing - never knew that was used in chutneys!

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  9. Yummy yumm, just need some dosas or idlis now...

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  10. Chutney looks delicious. New version to me though.

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  11. spicy n super chutney,simply superb!!

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  12. Beautiful photos ... and the chutney looks so tempting

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  13. this version of chutney is new to me. Adding ginger garlic and lemon juice looks delicious. try this next time

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  14. looks so hot and yummy!!! loved it..

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  15. Wow! what a beautiful color..loved this spicy chutney.

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  16. I have always wondered how they make this red chutney. Thanks for the recipe, Jay.

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  17. Thanx friends for your encouraging comments...! Have a great day..:)

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  18. hey Jay, lovely chutney, reallie tempting,
    i have a doubt, is the chana dal, the normal dark yellow colored chana dal that looks like toor dal, or this chana dal is the one which is normally used for coconut chutney...thanks ya

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  19. thats a great chutney...:)

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  20. Thanx Torview, Foodie Ann..:)

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  21. Dear Rentu,

    Thanx for dropping by..

    The chana dal, we use here is the normal one, which resembles like toor dal...do giv a try n enjoy d spicy taste...

    sure...let me know too...:)

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  22. my favorite chutney with idli-dosa..

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  23. Yummy Chutney..great with idly and dosa.

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  24. love the color....and spicy !!

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  25. Fabulous looking chutney, i dont bother have with dosas..yumm!

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  26. Hey, thx for ur comments in my blog..really appreciate it..awesome chutney there..

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  27. looks so spicy, tempting to taste, lovely dish

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  28. Very attractive chutney..looks tempting.

    Aaha Oho

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  29. I dont think I've ever had it..is this your own recipe? It looks and sounds delicious, and as you said, very versatile...

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  30. Super yummy and what a brilliant color! luv it!

    www.elaichii.blogspot.com

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  31. looks superb..very nice recipe..

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  32. loved the color of your chutney...

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  33. Thanx Friends...Hope you having a wonderful day...!

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  34. what a deep, rich color chutney! shots are great too!

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  35. my my wat a lovely chutney with a lovely fresh colour and the garnish of red chilli..is making it toooooooo tempting....lovely

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  36. As usual,easy,"made for men" recipe.The Tamil Dosa shop,near my hospital makes this chutney regularly,and I love it.

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  37. sizzling hot chutney and the colour looks fab!!!

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  38. Easy chutney recipe.Lovely color.

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  39. Perfect chutney and sure would have tasted good with idli and dosa.

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  40. Oh that has such a beautiful color!

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  41. Lovely color of the chutney jay ,can have additional dosas with this chutney :)

    Pretty much instant as well .

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  42. wonderful can very happily have with dosa :)

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