Coconut Chutney
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Oct 1, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Dipping/Pickles Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Coconut Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Coconut chutney made with fresh coconut, lentils, subtly spiced with green chillies and tempered with fresh curry leaves giving a soothing earthy flavor and is the perfect accompaniment for South Indian idlis, dosas, vada and uttapams (rice pancakes) etc.

Recipe of Coconut Chutney

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Chopped Gr Chilli 2 Piece
Cumin 1 Tablespoons
Chopped Coriander 1 Springs
Curry Leaves 1 Springs
Dhalia 15 Grams
Hing Asafotida 1 Pinch
Mustard 1 Teaspoons
Oil 2 Tablespoons
Red Chill 3 Piece
Chopped Ginger 1 Piece
Cashew Nuts 20 Grams
Grated Coconut 1 Numbers
Urad Wash -black Gram 1 Tablespoons
Tamrind Or Lime 1 Pinch
Salt 1 Pinch

Directions

  1. Mix all ingredients coconut, ginger, gr chillies, dhalia, cashew, tamarind, salt and put in a blender to fine paste.
  2. Make tempering or tadka in hot oil. Add mustard, red chilli, cumin, urad dal, hing, curry leaves and top it on chutney and serve with dosa, idli or any south Indian breakfast.
Posted Oct 1, 2007

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5 Comments

Jan 31, 2014
Hi Sanjay,
I am jealous of your cooking.No. I am just kidding.But for sure i can say you always tempt us.Am sad as we cannot eat your food.

Jan 31, 2014
Hi Sanjay,
I am jealous of your cooking.No. I am just kidding.But for sure i can say you always tempt us.Am sad as we cannot eat your food.

Dec 7, 2013
hi chef,

I used to try your recipes. It used to come out good. Thankyou for this great job.

Another thing that i tried out while making coconut chutney is instead of chana dal i used some roasted peanuts without skin while blending. It came out good too

Thanks
Simi

chris Feb 1, 2013
what is this item in the receipe

Jay Oct 5, 2012
Chef - when you add the urad wash/gram, how do you prepare it? Do you soak it first and add to the tempering, or do you cook it and then add, or does it just go straight in?

I've done dozens of your receipes and they've all been superb - everything I know about curry cooking I've learned from you, so thank you so much for all your hard work and generosity in making these superb videos and web site. All the very best :)

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