momos chutney

Momos Chutney Recipe | How to Make Momos Chutney

What is Momos Chutney?

The spicy and pungent red chutney served with momo is the momos chutney. Generally, veg momos are mildly spiced and are therefore served with a sharp chutney. Momo chutney is prepared with garlic, red chilli, and tomatoes. It is basically a tomato chutney with the heat of red chilli and pungency of garlic. One day, in a rush I packed momos chutney instead of red chutney for dosa, with vegetable uttapam for Amy’s tiffin. But she came back super happy. Believe me, this momos chutney not only completes the veg  momos but also complements other snacks such as pakoda, sandwich and even South Indian delicacies.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Momos Chutney recipe:

This is a very simple and easy momos chutney recipe. It calls for a handful of ingredients. Red chutney is such a common accompaniment. And there are different red chutneys for different snacks. Red chutney for chaat, red chutney for dosa and the red chutney for momos! This red chutney recipe calls for the following:

Tomatoes: This is a tomato chutney. However, use the salad tomato for this red chutney recipe. The tangier tomatoes might imbalance the taste.

Red Chili: Whole and dried red chilies have been used. I always remove the seeds of the chilies. You can skip doing so. Further, I have used 2 red chilies for 2 tomatoes. You can add more chilies for a hotter chutney.

Other ingredients: Garlic, salt, black pepper powder, and sugar have also been added.

Similar recipes on the blog

Before that, hope you have checked out the momos recipe given here. This recipe makes great momo. I shall soon be posting the recipe for fried momos. Talking about chutney, there are plenty of chutney recipes. You might like green chutney recipes, chutneys for chaat, etc.

How to serve Momos Chutney?

Serve it at room temperature with veg momos.

How to make Momos Chutney

1.This recipe makes ½ a cup of momos chutney.

momos chutney

2.Heat enough water in a cooking pan. Add 2 tomatoes along with 2 dry red chilies. Let it boil till the skin of tomatoes tears.

momos chutney

3.Take out and let it cool down. Remove the skin of the tomatoes. Roughly chop the tomatoes and red chilies.

momos chutney

4.Transfer the tomatoes and chilies in a grinding jar. Add in salt to taste, 4 garlic cloves, ¼ tsp black pepper powder, ½ tsp sugar.

momos chutney

5.Blend to make a fine chutney.

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6.Serve at room temperature. Bon appétit!

momos chutney

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