Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Tomato coconut chutney


1 tsp oil
1 tbsp onion
1 cup tomatoes any type
1 tbsp curry leaves
1 to 2 green chillie
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp ginger grated
1/2 cups fresh coconut grated
1 tbsp tamarind pulp
1/2 cup water

tempering
1/2 tsp oil
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1 tbsp curry leaves
1 dry red chillie broken without seeds

Heat oil and saute onions, curry leaves, tomatoes, ginger and green chillie. When tomatoes are soft add tamarind puree with water and coconut. Remove from heat when cool grind the mixture in a blender.
For tempering in another pan heat oil add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds starts to pop add curry leaves and chillie pieces. Then add the tomato coconut mixture and remove from heat. Serve this chutney as a side with savoury snacks, semolina steamed cake (idly) or Indian pancakes (dosa).
March 24, 2011 Featured as daily special chutney.


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92 comments:

  1. oooo, love the tomato chutney! the coconut adds a great twist...

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  2. delicious combination!...i just need some hot dosas or idlis!...yum

    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  3. That sounds so delicious .. with dosa or even with paratha .. looking good!

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  4. very yummy chutney, thanks for linking :)

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  5. Slurp, delicious chutney, feel like having with some dosas..

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  6. spicy tomato chutney ,looking yum,

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  7. wonderful and colorful tomato chutney, looking so good... !

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  8. My kinda meal - love the coconut add!

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  9. this looks really delicious! thank you for sharing this.

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  10. I love tomato chutney and the coconut adds a new dimension. I can just that plain.

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  11. Wow looks wonderful..Loved it:)

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  12. tomato chutney looks absolutely delicious...yummy !

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  13. Never tried....But it looks good!!!!
    Kisses,
    Rita

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  14. Nice chutney to eat with dosas.

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  15. lovely chutney....have never tried coconut in tomato chutney

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  16. Just drooling here, wat a delicious,inviting and irresistible!

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  17. good one..love this with my dosas..yumm

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  18. i love to serve different kind of chutneys with a meal..this one looks too good..

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  19. This so looks like something I would love to devour.

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  20. Tomato and coconut in chutney is interesting. Picture has made me drool..

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  21. Delicious chutney with dosas or idlis.

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  22. Yummy chutney, just need idlis to finish off that bowl

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  23. Goes well with idls and dosas !!! Chutney looks so delicious !!

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  24. Great combination of Tomato and Chutney. Marvelous recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  25. Oh my goodness, this must be heavenly! I love that you've added coconut!

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  26. Yummy chutney..just need idli.dosa to eat with this..

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  27. Apt for VEn POngal and dosa,idli..Spicy and tangy...YUmmmmmy

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  28. Delicious chutney. Perfect for idli/dosa

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  29. gosh that sounds good and pretty easy too. I'm a chutney fiend!

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  30. Coconut is a surprise.... its a great combination..
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  31. I've never had this flavor combination, I bet it was wonderful together.
    -Gina-

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  32. that sounds so good, tomato with coconut good combo perfect for dosa

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  33. Wow, lovely color, I make this often with my Dosas and Idlies.

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  34. lovely color n combo..must try :)

    US Masala

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  35. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    i love this chutney, whenever i go to a restaurant i dont leave a bit in the plate.

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  36. thanks for the wonderful entry akheela...chutney looks yummy n lipsmacking...
    SANYUKTA
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  37. Delicious chutney. Thanks for sending..

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  38. Chutney is lovely..looks so inviting.

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  39. Wow! Lovely colours. Must try.

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  40. i love dat..have tasted it before and liked it.......

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  41. Looks very tempting :) I cant imagine how tomatoes and coconut taste together

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  42. Wonderful and yummy chutney :)

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  43. Looks very nice. can you believe it, I just made this last night :)

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  44. lovely presentation and love the addition of coconut in tomato chutney

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  45. A delicious combination with dosas... love it

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  46. Your chutney looks absolutely delicious! Lovely pictures, too!

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  47. Sounds fantastic! I love tomato and coconut chutneys and relishes (particularly if they're fiery) but haven't seen one that includes tamarind before, I shall have to try it out!

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  48. Wonderful & flavoeful chutney...Love d addition of cocnut in it...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  49. Delicious and colorful chutney..yummy

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  50. yummy chutney..goes grt with dosa or idli

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  51. Delicious chutney , i used to make it.

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  52. Wonderful Chutney!!
    I will try it.
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  53. Very delicious looking chutney!

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  54. the chutney looks yumm..wud luv to have it with rava dosas right away :)

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  55. What a wonderful kind of Chutney so unique to me!

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  56. Tomato with coconut is a real yummy recipe...It goes very well with dosas...

    FunWidFud

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  57. Never had something like this before..sounds so delicious, and it looks perfect!

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  58. tomatoes and coconut, what a new but delicious combo. looks heavenly good. thanks for sharing

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  59. This chutney looks sooooo GOOOD!!

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  60. Sounds very yummy! Perfect for dosa!

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  61. hmm,yummy,& its new for me,really i didnt mix both tastes before

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  62. What a great combination of flavors, wonderful :)

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  63. love this combo..nice clicks..looks yumm!!

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  64. Must be super tangy,just the way I would love...pic is very nice.

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  65. This looks yummy! I love the idea of adding coconut, very interesting combo!

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  66. Looks interesting :) I have never tried it with coconut.. shall try it and let you know

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  67. Beautiful photography and yummy chutney!

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  68. that sounds like such a flavorful combination, I don't think I have ever had a chutney like yours, I would love to try it! Coconut sounds like a nice addition!

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  69. wonderful combination for the chutney....

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  70. Wow sounds delicious! I don't think I've combined tomatoes and coconut before, must try!

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  71. i make coconut chutney and tomato chutney but not tomato coconut chutney!! thank you for sharing tht divine possibility!

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  72. Hey Torview,
    The Chutney recipe is amazing and yummy!!Congrats for making it to the Daily Special!:)

    Cheers!
    Wit,wok&wisdom

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  73. I saw this on Food Buzz Daily Special. Way to Go!

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  74. That look so yummi, great recipe.

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  75. I can't wait to try this. I've never tried coconut in a chutney

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