Oven roasted tomatoes ground with garlic, ginger and fresh coriander to make this unusual chutney. Chutney make an important part of meal in India with the combination of Tomato, red chilli and garlic chutney gives a delicious taste. This is a slow-roasted version of the stove-top tomato sauce, and it's jam-packed with flavor.
Relish a salad platter of thinly sliced tomatoes, with chunks of mozzarella, a drizzle of olive oil, sliced black olives and basil leaves. Arrange in concentric circles on a nice white plate. The word relish is just perfect here. And not just salads, for all those rich and good-looking Indian preps, the very famous onion-tomato masala is a must! Then, there are soups, beverages (call for the Bloody Mary!), snacks and even desserts made of these plump red things. Even the green ones are in use today. Must say, terrific tomatoes!
Prep Time : 16-20 minutes
Cook time : 26-30 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Moderate
Taste : Spicy
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