Saturday, February 23, 2008

Tomatillo chutney


Ingredients

3 tomatillos ( chopped)
5 to 6 green chillis
2 tbs white sesame seeds
salt
1/2 tsp sugar
1 tbs oil

For tadka

2 tsp oil
1 tsp cumin and musturd seeds
2 dry red chillis
2 garlic cloves ( chopped)


Method


Dry roast sesame seeds and keep aside
Heat 1 tbs oil in a pan add chopped tomatillos and green chillis fry them until brown
Now add everything to blender ( roasted tomatillos ,green chillis,sesame seeds,salt and sugar ) ground to a chunky paste

Add tadka :Heat oil in a pan add cumin and musturd seeds,red chillis, garlic and fry for a min then add to ground chutney

Done serve with roti

17 comments:

Asha said...

Love the bowl Sagari. Tomatillos are yummy too, very sour in dishes though!:))

Dhivya said...

wow...love the bowl....nice idea..never heard abt this one..keep going sagari

Kalai said...

Love that bowl, Sagari! Looks fantastic! I love tomatillos because they're sour and this looks like a fantastic use for them. Nice one, Sagari! :)

Uma said...

That was a lovely tomatillo chutney, Sagari. I have also posted a tomatillo chutney recipe in my blog previously. But yours look completely different from my version. Love to try yours too.

easycrafts said...

Looks great

Rachel said...

great presentation!

Lavanya Raj said...

Chutney seams to be so tasty. good one sagari.

Daily Meals said...

Love the picture Sagari!

Jaya said...

oh what a beautiful pic ,purple cabbage bowl and the chutney ..yumm
hugs and smiles
jaya
BTW ,liked ur Panipuri recipe also

Rosie said...

WOW oh WOW just look at those stunning pics!! Just Love the bowl Sagari and the tomatillo! :D

Rosie x

indosungod said...

Tomatillo chutney would be the perfect side dish for idlis or dosais. Looks delicious. I should pick them on my next visit, would be welcome difference to the usual tomato chutney.

Namratha said...

Well 'plated' Sagari :) Like the chutney too.

Red Chillies said...

Beautiful recipe, Sagari! I need to use Tomatillo in my cooking.

Dhanggit said...

oh beautiful! i would love to find some tomatillo and try this recipe!!

Happy cook said...

Chuntney looks really delicious

Laavanya said...

Lovely color contrast in that 1st picture... tomatillo chutney sounds like such a novel idea.

Dhivya said...

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Thanks sagari..