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Monday, January 26, 2009

Tamarind Chutney


Tamarind Hot N Sweet Chutney

This is very simple and easy chutney as every body knows it, which can be made either in microwave or stove. Can make it in advance, used to any type of chat, Dhokla an so on. Here is how i make this chutney as most of my friends wanted to know the recipe :) !!

Sending this chutney to the following events..
1. Ramya's - Chutney/Dip Mania.
2. Srilekha's - EFM - Microwave Oven Series


1/4 cup Tamarind(used Swad wet tamarind )
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup Sugar
1/4 tsp Red chilly powder
1/4 tsp Chat masala
1/4 tsp Kala Namak
Salt adjust to the taste


1. In a microwave safe bowl, take the tamarind add 2-3 tbsp of water an microwave for 30 to 50 sec.
2. Let this cool and smash the tamarind pulp using water, and squeez out the pulp. Can either stain it using stainer.
3. Again pour the stained tamarind pulp in a microwave safe bowl, add sugar, chilly powder, chat masala, Kala namak, salt and microwave for 1 minute.
4. After a minute, just mix it and microwave for 1 more minute. Do this again. So microwave for 3 minutes, in each 1 minute break. As it is very hot, just to be careful while removing from the microwave.
5. Tamarind Hot N sweet chutney is ready to go in just 3 o 4 minutes. Cool for a while and then serve.. Enjoy !!

Matki Kal Palya

Goes to Ramya's..

Chutney/Dip Mania

Aslo goes to Srileka for..

Microwave Series


Usha said...

Sounds delicious, I am so going to try this chutney soon :-)

Kannada Cuisine said...

lovely... a very versatile chutney and goes very well with anything and everything!

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Oh, theres no one who dislikes this sweet-tangy chutney, I'm sure!! thats a lovely pic of the chutney... Thanx for the entry :)

Finla said...

Looks yummy.

FH said...

Trisha loved this sweet tangy chutney with Samosas, looks lovely and so easy with MW too! :))

Cham said...

Wow I love tamarind taste, i will make this one for my next chaat! Looks delicious

AnuSriram said...

Thats a lovely chutney to go with anything..

anudivya said...

Love tamarind chutney! I always thought they added dates or brown sugar to get that sweetness... the sugar addition is also nice.
Would be a nice sauce for pani pooris.

Archy said...

Thank you all for ur support and sweet words, dear friends :) !!

Archy said...

U can also add dates to this chutney to get a darker and rich taste.. Brown sugar also gives darker color :) !!
Goes well with pani puri or any chat !!

Sum Raj said...

this looks superb ...when mking pani puries it will work soo well..

Paru ... said...

I have never dared to make a tamarind chutney, always felt its v complicated and messy,will try this for sure..

Deepa Hari said...

I love this chutney ur simple and easy recipe...Thanks for sharing.

Andhra Flavors said...

Loved this sweet tangy chutney with chats.

Gayathri said...

First time in your blog, filled with yummy recipes.....and lovely tangy chutney..... :)

Vibaas said...

yummy entry.

Swapna said...

Mouth watering dish. Lovely pictures.

Archy said...

Hey, thank you all for the sweet words.. Do try this tangy sweet hot chutney :) !!

Anonymous said...

Lovely recipe, tamarind chutney is a must with many snacks, especially (in my opinion) samosa and kachori!I have pictures of my efforts at tamarind chutney on my blog, if you are interested: