As evident from its name, the Tomato Garlic Chutney is made with loads of Tomato and Garlic is added for a twist in taste.
If you are the fan of chinese style Indian made momo, you would have definitely sweat yourself while dipping that spicy red chili chatni with momos.
Even though it is mainly associated with Momos, you can enjoy it with south Indian Dosa or Idli. This is not exactly same red Chatni served with Dosa or Idli in restaurants. The one we share here is specifically for serving red chatni with veg Momos or the chicken ones but there is no reason that you can't serve it with others.
As a matter of fact, we have served it with Paratha as well to ditch the main course sabzi. You can seriously make it a lunch deal if you just wrap the Aloo paratha with the tomato garlic chutney.
Tomato Garlic Chutney has various versions and everybody likes to make it their way. This is our tried and tested version and dedicated to Maahi's passion for eating the Veg momos. She has tried many while she was in Delhi and particularly liked the ones sold in the Rohini's M2K (a movie hall) complex. The vendor is a street side cart located next to the 'Bittu tikki' shop.
This recipe is an attempt to re-create the same spicy red chutney at home and we believe we have got quite close to it.