A tangy, tasty, fulfilling main dish, chutney is just in the name.
Yes. Though called as tomato chutney, you don’t really need to sideline this dish in the accompaniments. It is clearly a main dish that you can consume with roti, khichdi or eve a dosa. That’s what I ate it with yesterday and believe me you don’t need anything more, not even the regular coconut chutney. Very few ingredients but a total flavour packed final dish.
- Tomatoes : 2, chopped
- Onion : 1, chopped
- Garlic : 3 to 4 cloved, chopped
- Green Chilly : 2, chopped
- Jeera : 1 teaspoon
- Methi seeds : Quarter teaspoon
- Peanut / Groundnut POwder : 2 tablespoons
- MOMmade Haldi Powder – Half teaspoon
- MOMmade Garam Masala – 1 teaspoon
- Salt to taste
Start off with heating oil in a pan. Add Jeera and methi seeds. Let them sizzle and the add chopped garlic and green chillies. Fry for 30 seconds and add chopped onion. Fry for a minute.
Add the salt and MOMmade Haldi Powder. Mix and cover. Let it cook for 2 minutes.
Add in the tomatoes, mix and cover. Cook the tomatoes for 5 to 7 minutes till they are tender. Add the Groundnut powder. (Roast Groundnuts. Remove the cover. And grind. I generally grind with the cover) Again give it a mix.
Finally finish with MOMmade Garam Masala. Mix and cook for a minute or two more. I couldn’t manage to click a final dish photo. I wanted to click with the dosa in a plate but we just gobbled everything down so fast that the click was forgotten to be taken. Nevertheless, it was superbly yummy and filling as well. Do give it try, if you are up for a tangy treat, this is perfect.
BE YUMMY. BE HEALTHY.
I am Manasi Khandpekar, the founder of MOMmade along with my mom. She is the backbone while I enjoy being the face. Travelling from graphic design to brand communication to creating a brand of my own was a journey of learnings and excitement. The world of food fascinates me everyday. And thats where I am living every moment right now. Writing is another passion so food plus writing gave birth to this blog.