Tomato chutney

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Tomato chutney
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A tomato chutney made of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions and Indian spices being cooked.
Place of origin Indian subcontinent
Region or stateIndian subcontinent
Associated national cuisine India, Bangladesh, Pakistan
Main ingredients Indian spices, tomato

Tomato chutney is a type of chutney, native to the Indian subcontinent, prepared using tomatoes as the primary ingredient. [1] The tomatoes can be diced, mashed or pulped, and additional typical ingredients used include ginger, chilli, sugar, salt, aam papad, raisin, dates and spices and additionally onion, garlic and peanut or dal for the south Indian version. [1] It can be prepared using ripe red tomatoes or green tomatoes. [2] [3] [4] It can be eaten fresh after preparation, stored in a refrigerator, and can be bottled or canned and stored for later use. [2] [5] [4] Homemade tomato chutney that is canned can have an improved flavor, due to the ingredients intermingling while the product is stored. [4]

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Uses

Tomato chutney can be used to accompany myriad foods and dishes, such as kebabs, sandwiches, burgers and meat dishes. [5] [6]

Commercial varieties

Tomato chutney has been a mass-produced product in the United States. [7] Gordon & Dilworth in New York produced it in the 1890s–1900s (decade), and exported some of the product. [7] [8]

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