No Onion-No Garlic Tomato Chutney (Breakfast Chutney)

Hello Foodies,
             This healthy, vegan and no onion-no garlic, tomato chutney is a perfect condiment for 
idli, dosa, sandwiches and as a dip for chips and it is fresh and vibrant. The combination of tomatoes, red chilies, tamarind pulp makes for classic fresh tomato chutney, and it is tempered perfectly with cumin and mustard seeds, curry leaves and a pinch of asafoetida. You can also serve it with tacos, burritos and it is so incredibly easy to make and takes only 10 minutes to prepare from start to finish!

The main key to remember here is to make sure you cook the tomatoes very well. Doing this makes for smooth tomato chutney. Pulse all the ingredients a few seconds at a time until you get your desired chutney consistency, more pulsing gets more smooth chutney and less pulsing gets more chunky chutney. No onion and garlic are added to this chutney. The addition of sugar brings out the flavor of the tomatoes and helps balance their acidity. 

            There are only 35 Calories in 1 Tbsp of tomato chutney, and it is very low. Tomatoes are full of many vitamins and minerals. They help to ensure our bones, teeth, skin, and hair stay healthy. So if you are looking for a fresh, tangy and spicy chutney or side dish, then this recipe is an excellent choice.

Preparation and Cooking Time: 5 Minutes.
1 Tbsp of Tomato Chutney contains 35 Calories.

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Ingredients :

  • Tomato 2, medium
  • Urad dal 1 Tsp
  • Chana dal 1 Tsp
  • Coriander powder 1 Tsp
  • Turmeric ½ Tsp
  • Red chilies 4
  • Tamarind pulp 1 Tsp
  • Olive oil 1 Tsp
  • Sugar 1 Tsp
  • Salt ½  Tsp
  • Water as needed
  • To Tempering Chutney:
    • Olive Oil 1 Tsp
    • Cumin and Mustard seeds ½ Tsp each
    • Curry leaves 5-6
    • Asafoetida 1 pinch


  • Heat oil in a pan and roast the urad dal, chana dal and red chilies.
  • Now, add tomatoes, tamarind, coriander powder, turmeric,
    salt, sugar and saute till mushy and let it cool.
  • Grind to make a smooth paste and temper with mustard, cumin seeds, curry leaves, and asafoetida.
  • Tomato chutney is ready to serve, serve with idli, dosa or with poha. Enjoy!!!

My Take:

  • This can be made up to 4-5
    days ahead.
  • You can use onion and garlic in this recipe.
  • Also, you can add roasted Peanuts too.

Dietary Comments

  • It makes 8 servings. The calorie count is based on a 2000 calorie diet. Per serving contains 35 calories, along with 4.23 g carbohydrates, 1.45 g fats, and 1.2 g protein.

Health Benefits of Tomato Chutney:

  • 1 Tbsp of tomato Chutney provides 35 Calories, along with 4.23 g carbohydrates, 1.45 g fats, and 1.2 g protein.
  • Tomatoes are a great source of Vitamin C, K, folate, and potassium.
  • The fiber and fluid in tomatoes may be helpful if you're prone to constipation.
  • Tomatoes are relatively low in calories and carbohydrates and have high water content, which makes it a perfect bet for those on a calorie-restricted weight loss diet.
  • Tomatoes are plump with antioxidants (lycopene), which may rev up metabolism naturally.
  • Tomatoes are high in fiber. Fiber takes the longest to digest and induce the feeling of fullness.

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