The best thing about this Spicy Tomato Chutney is its versatility. It can be can be served with anything from Dosa and tortillas to simple salads and vegetable sticks.
By Sia Krishna
Yes, it is spicy. Yes, it is delicious. And yet it still is Tomato-ey in spite of all the spices used in making this lip smacking Spicy Tomato Chutney or Relish. I have tasted many chutney and relishes which usually loose the taste of main ingredient by overpowering taste of other spices or ingredients. But this Spicy Tomato Chutney/Relish still manages to uphold the taste of its’s main ingredient which is juicy, tart Tomatoes! The spices used in making this chutney/relish could be overpowering but they are not. The roasted spices enhance the taste and emits heady aroma.
The best thing about this Spicy Tomato Chutney/Relish is its versatility! It can be served with Dosa (Indian savoury crepes), Idli (Steamed rice cakes), Rice, Indian flat breads, or even can be used as spread on bread or toast. It can also be served it with simple salads and also as the spicy dip to go with chips, vegetable fingers or tortilla. I have used it in wraps along with few salad leaves and sour cream and also added them in simple vegetable stir fries to enhance the flavours! Few words of precaution though, it is seriously ADDICTIVE!Print
Born in India and raised in fun and food loving family, Sia Krishna is currently living in UK with her better half and her two babies, one year old son and 5 year old blog Monsoon Spice. Her cooking style has strong root in Indian culture and at the same time embraces the world cuisine with equal passion. With never ending love for food, spice and life, Sia is passionate about making Indian food less intimidating which reflects in her food blog "Monsoon Spice", nominated for Top Food Mom Bloggers 2011 by Babble.