Tomato Chutney with Onion and Garlic Recipe:
A spicy, tangy and fragrant Tomato chutney to be served alongside your favourite snacks.
Chutneys have a special place in Indian cooking and we just love them as an add-on to our meal almost every day. I still remember how mom would always have a supply of spicy savoury Chutney in our fridge, she’s make enough quantity to last 2-3 days and once it would be licked off she’d re-make a fresh load of a new variety of chutney to stock up. While coriander chutney (which you can find here) was the one that had its quintessential presence every now and then as it goes pretty well with most Indian snacks, but there was yet another that would often do its round in between and it was the Tomato Chutney. Now the tomato chutney too had two variants, the sweet one that would be prepared less frequently then its savoury counterpart. Today I am sharing the recipe to the same savoury and spicy tomato chutney that’s delicious with many snacks like idlis or dhoklas or even fried rice, or a dipping sauce for kachories (our stuffed puffs) and so a great sauce to have in stock. I made them in advance to go with my Independence Day special lunch of puris and Chole, I do plan to make the sweet-tangy version with tamarind and jaggery too, and if all goes as planned the next post would be the recipe to the sweeter version of my tomato chutney recipe.