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Feb 13, 2007

Tomato Coriander Leaves Chutney


Ingredients:


Red Ripe Tomatoes - 4 to 5 ( Chopped )

1 small bunches Coriander Leaves (Remove Stem as much as possible and chop the leaves)


Oil - 1 tablespoon

Mustard Sseeds - 1 teaspoon

Urud Dal - 1 tablespoon

Cumin Seeds - 2 teaspoons

Asafoetida powder

Turmeric Powder

Red Chilli Powder

Dhania Powder - 1 teaspoon

salt


No water required while frying or while grinding. The juice from tomato is enough.

Method:

Heat oil in a Kadai and add the Mustard Seeds, when it sputters, add the Urud Dal, Cumin Seeds.

Add the Chopped Tomatoes. Fry for a couple of minutes and add Turmeric Powder, Dhania powder, Asafoetida powder, Red Chilli Powder and salt. Fry until the Tomatoes become tender.

Add the Chopped Coriander Leaves and fry for 4 to 5 minutes.

Cool down and grind to chutney consistency. Sauteing the Ground Chutney is optional. The taste is enhanced when the chutney is sauted again for 5 minutes.
Serve with Iddli/Dosa or Rice. Tastes really good with curd rice.

10 comments:

Sangeeta said...

Hi Mythreyee,

Another wonderful chutney recipe for me to try :). Thanks for sharing.

TS said...

This sounds really good!

Trupti

Asha said...

Looks great and I would like some right now,thank you!:)) Happy V'day!:))

A Yunus said...

Mythreyee,

Chutneya vida...dosaithaan kalakkal!! Recipe pls?

USHA said...

Hi Mythi,

Its been long time.Happy to see yourpost.
I never tried chutney with tomoto &corriander,it sounds good.

nalini said...

Frying coriander leaves hmmm? Sounds different! Definitely worth trying. Thanks,
Nalini

Mythreyee said...

Sangeeta: Your Welcome. If you try, let me know how it turned out.

Trupti: Thanks.

Asha: Yes, Pls help yourself.

Anisha: Ok, Dosai recipe dhaana. Sonna pochi. I will post later.

Usha: Thanks for dropping by. Yes, the combo is terrific.

Nalini: It tastes awesome when we fry it a little more. Also, please do not use oil while frying for the second time. The main idea is to have a chutney with no coconut and not much oil. Thanks for dropping by.

Richa said...

hi Mythreyee, how hv u been? i tried the chutney and it turned out very tasty :) i had tasted something similar in a restaurant w/ dosa & was looking for it, ur chutney came very close to it. btw mine turned out orangish with green flecks, maybe coriander bunch was small??
do u scoop out the tomato seeds? i used vine ripe tomatoes, which ones do u use? thanks for the rcp!

Mythreyee said...

I used Roma tomatoes. I don't scoop the seeds. It is orangish because the tomatoes were a little in excess. But the taste will be good. Try to add more coriander and grind it to a paste. It will work. Thanks for trying my recipe and I am glad you liked it Richa.

Richa said...

thanks Mythreyee! will try with roma next time, actually vine ripe are such a fav of mine that i use them so often :)
have u tried freezing the chutney, shud work well right?
u hv very nice chutnies here, would like to try ur mint chutney as well :) tx