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Roasted Tomato Red Chilli & Garlic Chutney

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Roasted Tomato Red Chilli & Garlic Chutney Recipe, ?Tameta Chutney, How To Make Roasted Tomato Red Chilli & Garlic Chutney Recipe

Chutney make an important part of meal in India with the combination of Tomato, red chilli and garlic chutney gives a delicious taste.

About Recipe

Tametokai pachadi, Takkali pazham karathuvaiyal, Toamaatar Chatni

How to make ROASTED TOMATO RED CHILLI & GARLIC CHUTNEY

(27 ratings)
14 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
25 mins
ROASTED TOMATO RED CHILLI & GARLIC CHUTNEY
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Tomatoes
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : December 27, 2018


Ingredients used in ROASTED TOMATO RED CHILLI & GARLIC CHUTNEY
• Tomatoes - 3 numbers.
• Onions - 2 numbers.
• Red chilli - 5 numbers.
• Whole garlic - 2 numbers.
• Cumin seeds - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Place a pulka maker (mesh) on the stove and place tomatoes, onions, red chili and garlic, once they are cooked they will become nice and soft.
  • Now take some cold water put tomatoes, red chili, onion and garlic in it.
  • Then remove the skin of tomato, onion, red chili, garlic, and then transfer into the blender to make a fine paste with little salt in it.
  • Heat a pan and dry roast the cumin seeds and crush it with a pestle to make into a coarse powder and add this into chutney then mix it.
  • Now tasty roasted tomato red chili and garlic chutney are ready to serve with idli and dosa.





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Barbara Posted on Tue Sep 18 2018

I wanted to make the Roasted Tomato, Red Chilli and Garlic Chutney, but want to keep it as a preserve in a jar for a few months - Will this recipe keep well???

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Mrs.Vahchef Posted on Wed Mar 25 2015

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muslimahsista Posted on Sun Apr 12 2015

Thanks .?

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Sangeetha Chawla Posted on Tue May 19 2015

Awesome is all I can say ?

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bks bysani Posted on Thu Jul 23 2015

Check out this video on YouTube:?

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slug Posted on Mon Jul 27 2015

good demonstration!?

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Sirisha Siri Posted on Mon Aug 03 2015

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lakshmi narayan Posted on Tue Sep 22 2015

You have come of age in cooking delicious dishes to teach others to emulate.  My best wishes.?

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Reena Patel Posted on Sun Jan 03 2016

falafal :chatno?

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Arshiya tabassum Posted on Tue Feb 09 2016

nice recipe?

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ganga devi Posted on Mon Feb 15 2016

Shall I use green chillies instead of red chillies.. will it taste same if I use green chillies.?

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Trilok Singh Posted on Thu Feb 18 2016

Mrs. Vahchef, the fresh red chillies that you have used is seasonal and it comes only in winter. What about the other seasons??

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