Easy Indian Tomato Chutney
Easy Indian Tomato Chutney is one of many chutneys that is served alongside an Indian meal. Taking just minutes to make, Indian spices transform fresh tomatoes into a rich and flavorful dish.
I am always surprised each time I cook with Indian spices. Depending on what combination of spices used, there are so many flavor profiles that can be achieved. This simple tomato chutney is naturally sweet from the tomatoes and so full of flavor.
How do I serve this tomato chutney?
There are so many options when it comes to serving this chutney. You can serve it alongside any Indian meal as a condiment, use it to dip sweet potato samosas, serve over basmati rice for an easy to vegetarian meal or as an appetizer with warm naan bread.
Is this Indian tomato chutney spicy?
This recipe is not spicy at all. If you want to make it spicy, you can leave the seeds in the green chili’s or change the mild chili powder to hot chili powder.
Where did chutney come from?
Chutney is a name given to the condiments and relishes served with Indian cuisine always made from fresh ingredients. The word originates from the Hindi word ‘chatni’.
Easy Indian Tomato Chutney – Step by Step
Score the skin of tomatoes with a X
Simmer the tomatoes for 5 minutes to help loosen the skins.
When the tomatoes are cool enough to handle, peel the skins
Heat oil in a pan and add the spices, green chili’s and garlic
Add the tomatoes and bay leaf and simmer for 15 minutes.
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