Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Tomato Sweet Chutney/Tamatar ki Meethi Chutney

"Appa, you have to taste the chutney amma made today", that is how my elder opened the door for his father. He tasted the chutney for his dinner. This chutney is from +sangeeta khanna's Banaras ka Khana. She has shared this chutney on her FB page,  i made a small quantity today, to check my people liking. To my surprise my elder one loved it, i was a little skeptical about that sweet and hot taste of it, he paired it with curd rice and licked the plate clean. I served this along with Dosa for my hubby's dinner, he too liked it, and my small batch got over.  This recipe is definitely a keeper. I m planning to make another batch during the weekend. This chutney can be paired with bread, paratha and even dal-rice. Make a batch and enjoy this hot and sweet chutney!
Ingredients
8 nos medium, plump tomatoes
2-3 red chilies, i used long variety ( i used 3)
3 tbsp crushed jaggery
1 tsp finely chopped ginger
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
2 pinches of nigella seeds
2 pinches of fennel seeds
2 pinches of fenugreek seeds
1/2 - 3/4 tsp salt or to taste
2 tsp oil 
Method
  • Wash and chop the tomatoes roughly. Heat oil in a pan, splutter mustard seeds, next add nigella, fennel and fenugreek seeds. Saute them until nice aroma emanates, now add the broken red chilies and finely chopped ginger. Let it sizzle for a minute.
  • Add the chopped tomatoes and 1/4 cup of water and salt. Let it cook  covered for 10 minutes in a low flame, until the tomatoes get cooked and becomes mushy. 
  • Remove the cover, add the crushed jaggery and mix well. Let it sit for another minute, the chutney would be saucy and thick. Remove it from the stove. Let it cool completely.


16 comments:

  1. fantastic Priya, the aroma of the chutney is awesome..seriously I am absorbing all flavors in this chutney..love the ingredients going in there. Even if your kid had told your hubby he would have guessed from the aroma in the house.

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  2. Chutney looks nice and like those chunky tomato pieces in it. Hmm, even I would be a bit skeptical making a sweet tomato chutney. Good to know it is liked by everyone

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  3. That is a nice flavourful chutney. Looks yum.

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  4. The bowl looks so inviting Priya..I guess the ginger makes the difference here?..very nice..

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  5. I can really understand that feeling that comes from within when the kids praise your food to the man. :) The chutney sounds very interesting...

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  6. Chunky tomato sweet chutney tempts me a lot, such a flavourful chutney.

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  7. This is so inviting priya and i guess my final week recipes will be only your recipes:)

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  8. That is a lip smacking tomato chutney. I would love to try it.

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  9. I am bookmarking this chutney. My husband loves tomato based chutney and he will like this for sure.

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  10. I love hot and sweet dishes. Will try this out.

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  11. Very interesting chutney with tomato. Never tried adding sweetness to tomato chutney before. Sounds delicious.

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  12. Such a great chutney!! I have to try this out really soon!

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  13. all I need is paratha to enjoy this delicious chutney

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  14. we make this often, similarly and call it tomato gojju ! amma makes the same gojju with raw mangoes also and that too tastes yum.....

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