Peanut and Tomato Chutney – the Andhra way!
Chutneys are a typical Indian condiment flavored with a variety of vegetables, herbs, and spices. Each region across the country has its version of salty, spicy and flavourful chutneys. They are eaten as a side dish with meals or are used as a dipping sauce for different snacks. There are raw chutneys made by simply blending veggies and spices, while some recipes require you to sauté the veggies before blending lightly. Both versions are extremely easy to make, and once ready, you will have a delicious Indian chutney ready to eat at any time. The Andhra style peanut and tomato chutney is just one version of this side dish that is fragrant and tangy. Andhra cuisine is known for its spice, and this delicious chutney is as authentic as it gets. The mild and salty peanuts get balanced out with fiery chilies and herbs. It’s a simple recipe that doesn’t require extravagant ingredients, and you will most likely have all the herbs and spices in your pantry. If you want to learn how to make quintessential and traditional Andhra chutney, follow this quick and simple recipe!