Monday, February 11, 2013

Roasted Gram Chutney with Lemon - 2



Chuntey is a very good dip for all South Indian tiffin varieties, adding coriander to it adds a very good flavor. 

பொட்டுகடலை சட்னி 

Sizzlingtastebud Magic Mingle Kalyani"s -February 2013  #14th Challenge -  Two ingredients are Lemon and urad dhal



Ingredients

Coriander  leaves (cilantro) – ½ cup
roasted gram (pottu kadalai) – 100 gram
green chilly - 1
garlic – 1 pod
grated or shredded coconut - 2 tbsp.
salt - as per  taste
small pearl onion – 3 pcs
lemon – 1 tbspn

for tempering

oil – 1 tspn
mustard seeds – ½ tspn
urad dal – 1 tbspn
whole red chilly – 2 nos
curry leaves – few


Method

Wash, clean and chop the coriander leaves.
Coarsely grind coriander leaves,roasted gram, green chilly,salt,coconut ,onion, and garlic in a mixie/blender for few seconds.
Add lemon juice and mix well
In a wok temper the above said ingredients and  add it to ground chutney
 mix it well
Yummy Coriander chutney is ready


This chutney goes well with  dosai, idli, idiyappam,sevai, Vermicelli biriyani,  pasta  and similar dishes. 


Coriander leaves with Roasted gram Chutney - 1



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12 comments:

Julie said...

yummy chutney!!
Love to see your recipe linked up in Flavors Of Cuisines-"Mexican"

Manjula Bharath said...

yummy and delicious chutney :)

divya said...

Gosh, looks so tempting..

runnergirlinthekitchen.blogspot.com said...

Wow, really nice chutney!

Vijayalakshmi Dharmaraj said...

very nice combo, must be delectable...

Kalpana Sareesh said...

shd be really delicious chutney..

Priya R said...

One of my favour chutney

Ramya Krishnamurthy said...

delicious and yummy combo:)

Latha Madhusudhan said...

Lovely!!

Shweta said...

thanks for linking @ my event. Please mail me the picture ,because i cant copy and i will need the pic for the round up

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely recipe and mouth watering.
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Divya Pramil said...

Super chutney for soft idlis... :)