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Tomato Chutney Bengali Style


Bengali style tomato chutney is a sweet chutney. Bengali spread is never ever complete without a delicious sweet chutney and among the all tomato chutney is the most popular . may it be Birthday parties, wedding dinner, festive feast, potlucks or religious function where full course meal is served to God, is not complete without a delicious sweet chutney. Today I am sharing with the you all the most famous one and the easy to make one. I am sure you all will like it. Taking this chutney to our Potluck Party Cyber Style . Hope my friends too will enjoy it.


Preparation time   10 minutes
Cooking  time  10 to 15 minutes
Serves   4

Ingredients 
2 big ripe tomatoes
½  cup ammsattva/ mango leather cut into small squares
4 to 6  seedless dates chopped 
½  tsp turmeric
¼  tsp mustard seed
 a little piece  whole red chilly
1 cup  sugar or to taste
1/2  tsp vegetable oil
1 ½ cup water
1 tbsp cornflower
salt to taste
Methods Of Cooking Take oil in a pan then add mustard seed and piece of whole red chilly. As it start to splutter then add tomatoes, turmeric powder, salt and stir for a minute. Then add sugar and mix and add water. Let it come to boil then add dates and mango leather. Let it cook for another 5 to 10 minutes. Now mix cornflower with a little water and add to the pan. When the consistency became thick. Put off the flame. Mainly this chutney is served after a full course Bengali meal with masala papad but before dessert. Madhurene samapyat is what we Bengali called it that the end should be sweet. So after a spicy meal a less spicy bit tangy but sweet chutney is served before a course of sweets .





Sending this to Jagruti's event Potluck Party Cyber Style.







Happy Cooking!

Comments

  1. Looks soo yumm... book marking this one.

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  2. hmmmm..looks awesome, what if we don't have mango leather, anything else can I use ? maybe ambliya

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