Bombay Chutney or Besan Chutney is a curry-like dish made utilizing chickpea flour and flavors. It is an incredible side dish for poori, dosa, idli, chapati, or roti. This is the way to make it.
Here are some more South Indian Chutney recipes, that can be presented with your morning meal – South Indian Coconut Chutney, South Indian Tomato Onion Chutney, Green Coconut Chutney, Red Coconut Chutney, and Andhra Style Peanut Chutney.
What is Bombay Chutney?
Bombay Chutney is a veggie lover and sans gluten Indian side dish made utilizing gram flour or chickpea flour and Indian flavors.
Delectable and zesty, this Bombay Chutney is something that you really want to present with your fresh Dosa or delicate Idli for a tasty work day breakfast or some other dinner of the day. It additionally goes impeccably with Chapati and Poori.
Likewise called Besan Chutney or Kadalai Maavu Chutney, I had this unimaginable chutney in Andhra Pradesh during a vacation at a side of the road tiffin focus. Later I came to realize that it is well known in Tamil Nadu as well.
This chutney is propelled by an extremely well known Maharashtrian dish Pithla and has been changed somewhat to suit the South Indian Palate.
Tomatoes and Green Chillies adds a sweet, tart, and hot desire for this gram flour-based recipe. Every one of the flavors in a single chutney, what else you want?
Bombay Chutney Ingredients.
Use red and ready tomatoes to make this chutney for the best taste.
Besan gives it a pleasant surface and adds to the taste. Besan and tomatoes go all around well along and makes this chutney much more flavorful. Nature of besan is vital to make a decent chutney. Ensure the besan is new and not flat.
This recipe utilizes essential zest powders that incorporate turmeric powder, red stew powder, garam masala powder, and salt.
Curry Leaves and Green Chillies
Curry Leaves gives this Chutney a South Indian touch and an unmistakable flavor as well, while Green Chillies provides it with that right sprinkle of heat.
Other than the previously mentioned fixings, you will require mustard seeds, cumin seeds, hing, onion, and new coriander.
How to make Bombay Chutney?
- Blend gram flour with water and rush to make an irregularity free player.
- Besan and water blended in a bowl.
- Heat vegetable oil in a dish.
- Vegetable Oil warming in a dish.
- When the oil is hot, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, hing, and curry leaves and let them snap for a couple of moments.
- Mustard seeds, cumin seeds, hing, and curry leaves included the skillet.
- Add onion and green chillies and cook until onion turns clear.
- Onion and green stew included the container.
- Add tomatoes and cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Tomatoes included the dish.
- Presently add turmeric powder, red bean stew powder, garam masala powder, and salt to taste and cook for one more moment.
- turmeric powder, red stew powder, garam masala powder, and salt included the skillet.
- Add the besan combination and cook on medium intensity until the besan thickens.
- Besan blend included the dish.
- Add new coriander and blend well. Bombay Besan Chutney is prepared to serve.
- Prepared Bombay Chutney decorated with new coriander.
There are numerous varieties of this chutney and each home makes it in an unexpected way. While I have added just tomatoes, onions, and green chilies, you can likewise add potatoes and yogurt.
The tomato and onion form tastes perfect with Dosa, Idli, while the potato and yogurt ones taste flavorful when served alongside hot puffed Puris.
You can likewise add veggies like carrot, beans, capsicum to this chutney.
You can simply skip adding onions to this recipe. This Besan Chutney tastes perfect without onions as well.
Putting away Suggestions
I would recommend you make it new and serve. Assuming that you store it, it will turn out to be excessively thick and knotty because of the utilization of besan or gram flour. Additionally, it tastes incredible just when it is served right out of the dish.
If under any circumstance you need to store it, add some water prior to warming it as it thicken once cooled.
- Cooked besan alongside tomatoes, onions, and green chilies make anything taste better. You can serve it in numerous ways,
- Serve this chutney alongside South Indian Breakfast things, for example, Ghee Roast Dosa, Masala Dosa, Idli, Neer Dosa, and so on.
- Add yogurt to this Besan Chutney and serve it alongside hot Puris, be it a basic plain Poori, Ajwain Puri, Palak Puri, or whatever other Puri that you like to make at home.
- Likewise, serve this heavenly chutney alongside your ordinary feasts. It makes for an extraordinary side dish as well.
- Serve it alongside Tawa Paratha, Laccha Paratha, or Chapati for a speedy and sound breakfast.