Coconut-Corriender Chutney

Day 9 of Recipe Marathon #2.

  Today being sunday I made Idlies, and to go with it coocnut-corriender chutney.  Here is my recipe for simple and classic chutney that goes good with almost any dish. 

chutney

  • Coconut – 2 tbsp grated                                             chutney-ing
  • Corriender/cliantro leaves – one handful chopped 
  • Green chillies – 1-2
  • Red onion and garlic – few peices
  • Roasted gram dal (hurigadale)- 2 tbsp
  • Tamarind water/paste- 1tsp
  • Salt to taste.
  1. Wash and clean cilantro leaves, chop  onion, chillies.
  2. In blender/mixie grind all the ingredints adding little water to make to smooth paste.
  3. One done , transfer to a bowl and temper with oil, mustard seeds and urad dal.

Enjoy !

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12 Responses to “Coconut-Corriender Chutney”

  1. Bhawana Says:

    hey Madhu, tempting chutney. I bookmarked this. good that u showed all quantities in plate. I made this so many times but never got the way I wanted it. will try again with ur recipe. thx.

  2. Kalai Says:

    This looks delicious! I love the color and texture!🙂

  3. CurryLeaf Says:

    Lovely traditional chutney.

  4. Lakshmi Venkatesh Says:

    chutney looks tempting. the colour is excellent.

  5. Priya Says:

    I love this chutney with steaming idlies n crispy dosas..tempting one..

  6. Srivalli Says:

    Beautiful picture..looks great!

  7. divya mubarak Says:

    Chutney is my favourite one…..goes well with all….. pic is nice

  8. Medhaa Says:

    love the color of the chutney

  9. Gauri Says:

    Madhu,
    I tried this chutney today, it came out good. It became an immediate hit with my kids and husband. Thanks for sharing this recipe !!

    -Regards,
    Gauri.

  10. Gauri Says:

    Madhu,
    Posting again, I forgot to mention in my previous post that I did not add coconut, even without that, it came out good.

    -Regards,
    Gauri.

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