roasted tomato chutney/dip for snacks

toady am blogging very simple yet flavour ful recipe with very easily available ingredients ...I am preparing this dish for this month shh secretly challange.Shhh Cooking Secretly is a fb group,The group was started by Priya of Priya’s Versatile Recipes, and is now administered by Mayuri Shah of Mayuri’s Jhikoni. The theme for Feb 2019 is Meghalaya. We have been cooking our way through the Indian States, in alphabetical order.. my partner for this month Meghalaya challaenge Sujatha shukla ji of pepperonpizza gave me tomato and garlic as secret ingredients visit her blog for huge varieties of recipes with detailed description..As a vegeterian it was tough to prepare something from Meghalaya cuisine luckily I got through this simple yet lip smacking recipe can be prepared short time


tomatoes        : 3
garlic             :3 cloves
green chillies :3
salt                  :acc to taste
sugar               : a pinch
coriander pwdr: a pinch
oil                      :1 tspoon


  • heat oil in a pan,add garlic n saute for few seconds
  • add green chillies,saute for a moment and then add tomatoes,salt,sugar
  • let it cool n blend to a smooth paste serve as a dip with chips or any namkeen                                                                     Logo for shhh cooking secretly challenge group


Priya Iyer said...

Wow, I am blown away by the simplicity of this dish. Yet, I'm sure it tasted super flavourful!

I'll surely be trying out this roasted tomato chutney soon. :)

Kalyani said...

I made this too for the theme, and loved the earthiness and smoky flavour of the roasted tomatoes.. yours is so inviting !

Mayuri Patel said...

A simple and delicious looking chutney Prathima. By the way I'm a Patel;)

firsttimercook said...

I just love this type of checha . The flavor from tomato is tempting me to try tomorrow surely ;)

CookWithRenu said...

Love how simple yet so delicious this chutney looks. Truly lip-smacking

Lathi L said...

The roasted tomato dip looks and sounds makes a great dip for any party snack

Masala Chilli said...

Simple yet looks delicious. Good accompaniment for any starters or snacks or even breakfast specials.

Priya Mahesh said...

Look at that colour...i am a big fan of a lil sweet in savoury dishes..your pic looks very inviting

Ente Thattukada said...

Such a simple dish and yet a delicious dip for chips. Garlicky flavour would have elevated the taste of the dish.

Sujata Roy said...

Simply easy yet delicious chutney. Perfect with snacks. Specially for those who can't take sweetchutney due to health issues.

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