I am a big fan of different types of chutneys and also a big fan of an electric chopper. Chutney helps to make any kind of food yummy and tangy or in other words, brings even a simple meal to life. The same way a chopper is helpful as it helps to do small chores like chopping onion, vegetables or even make smoothies and shakes.

I recently tried tomato chutney in my Preethi turbo chop and it came out perfect. Before we go on the recipe, let me share the 5 chutneys which can be made in Preethi turbo chop. The best part is that you don’t have to use a grinder if you are making a small quantity of chutney.

5 Types of chutney which you can make in Preethi turbo chop 

Coriander chutney/Mint chutney –

A simple and yummy chutney with coriander leaves, onion, ginger, garlic, and lemon. Chop and wash all the ingredients and simply grind in the chopper. It is the good old chutney which is used in sandwiches, burgers and with dahi vadas and other common snacks. Mint and coriander chutney is similar to coriander chutney and the only additional ingredient is mint and in summers I make sure to add raw mango to give the tangy taste. It is good for digestion too as mint and ginger have digestive properties. This is spicy and refreshing chutney and you can even add curds to it for a variation.

Coconut chutney –

I normally make coconut chutney in my grinder. So, I was not sure how it will come out in the chopper. But I was pleasantly surprised as the coconut chutney came out perfect too. The one tip to make coconut chutney – Try chopping coconut in small pieces so that it grinds perfectly.

Dates and Jaggery chutney – 

This is one of my favourite chutney which is sweet and tangy in taste. This can be easily made in the chopper as dates and jaggery are cooked in cooker. I shared the recipe a few days back. You can find the recipe here.

Mango chutney –

There are different types of mango chutneys which you can make it in this chopper. I tried raw mango and baby onion chutney and the latest one was sweet and sour mango chutney which my mom used to make. For sweet and sour mango chutney, you don’t need chopper as such as it is mainly cooked on the gas but I used the chopper to chop mangoes and it made my work much simpler.

Tomato onion chutney –

Last but not least, our tomato chutney which is my family’s favourite and I am sharing the recipe today. There are different versions of this tomato chutney and you can skip onions and use only tomatoes. It tastes equally good.

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Tomato chutney recipe –

This is a simple and easy chutney recipe which you can use with dosa, idli vadas or any snack of your choice. My daughter loves it with everything as this chutney is her latest favourite.

Recipe –

Tomato chutney
Recipe type: side
Cuisine: Indian
It is a tasty, tangy and easy to make yummy recipe. I am sure your family is going to love it.
  • 1 tsp urad dal
  • 1tsp channa dal
  • 4 dried whole red chili broken
  • 1 large onion chopped
  • 4 medium tomato finely chopped
  • Salt according to taste
  • 2 tsp oil
  • 1 tsp mustard seeds/rai
  • 2-3 green chilly
  • few curry leaves
  1. First of all, chop tomato onions and green chilies and keep aside.
  2. Take a pan and add 2 tsp of oil and add whole red chilies. Fry for some time. Add onion and cook till pink or light brown in colour.
  3. After onions are done, add chopped tomatoes and saute till tomatoes turn soft.
  4. Add salt and cover it for some time to cook it properly.
  5. Meanwhile, prepare tempering. Take a pan and add oil. Add urad dal and channa dal. Fry it properly till light brown in colour.
  6. Now add rai or mustard seeds and let it splutter. Lastly, add kadi patta and green chillies and cook lightly.
  7. Now let the tomato mixture and tempering cool before chopping or grinding it.
  8. Once cold, add the mixture and tempering to the chopper and chop it in the Preethi turbo chopper.
  9. Serve tomato onion chutney with dosa, idli or any other snacks.
You can also prepare a tempering with mustard seeds and kadi patta and add over the chutney when done.
You can skip onions and make it only with tomatoes.
Another way to make it is to add little fresh and chopped coconut to give it a different taste.

You can also see the recipe on my Youtube channel –

Preethi turbo chop review –

It’s an amazing product, easy to use and assemble. It has 450 W Powerful motor, stainless steel blade, and a bowl capacity is 0.7L. One press chopper which can simplify your cooking and make it fast and easy too. Things to do with the Preethi turbo chop –

You can chop vegetables like onions, cabbage, beetroots, spinach, tomatoes for tomato puree and also chop vegetables like methi for methi parathas.

Look how perfect the tomato chutney turned out

You can also chop nuts for any dish.

I also tried making shakes and cold coffee in it and they also came out perfectly.

This one-touch turbo chopper is my favourite now. Do try it to enjoy the amazing benefits of this small and handy product. It is my little kitchen helper which makes cooking easier with just one touch.

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