vahrehvah
sanjay thumma Vahchef with Indian food videos inspires home cooks with new recipes every day.



Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney

Simple Hummus

Simple Hummus

Hummus is a Middle Eastern and Arabic food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpe...

BROAD BEANS RAITA

Broad Beans Raita

Shelled broad beans fried with coconut and spices in a yogurt sauce makes a wonderful fre...

Green Chilli Chutney

Green Chilli Chutney

Hot and spicy green chili chutney prepared with green chilies and little tamarind gives a...

Radish Chutney -1

Radish Chutney -1

Radish chutney is a very popular dish from the Kashmiri cuisine commonly known as MooLi C...

PEANUT AND TOMATO CHUTNEY

Peanut And Tomato Chutney

This is a delicious chutney that you can quickly make to add to the main meal course as a...

LIME CHILLI GINGER CHUTNEY

Lime Chilli Ginger Chutney

This traditional chutney is a preserved chutney made with lime pieces and chillies. ...

Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney Recipe, Nariyal Chutney, How To Make Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney Recipe

This is a yummy and tasty tiffin chutney goes very well with South Indian breakfast items. It is a perfect accompaniment with Idli, dosa.

In Southern states of India such as Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala, no breakfast is completed without having the coconut chutney which is a must complement for most of the South Indian dishes whether it is idli (steamed rice-lentil cakes), dosa (rice-lentil crepes) and even Ven Pongal/ Khara Pongal (rice-lentil risotto) or upma (semolina savory pudding).

 

Coconut chutney is one such natural and fresh raw... Read More..

About Recipe

Kobbari pachadi, Thengai karathuvaiyal, Narkel Chatni

How to make Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney

(63 ratings)
105 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
8 mins
Total time
13 mins
Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Coconut
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : December 06, 2018


Ingredients used in Hot Red Chilly Hot Coconut Chutney
• Urad dal - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Mustard seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Grated coconut - 2 cups.
• Tamarind pieces - 10 grams.
• Oil - 1 tablespoon.
• Chana dal - 1-2 tea spoon.
• Red chillies - 50 grams.
• Chana daal - 1 tea spoon.
• Asafoetida - 1 pinch.
• Curry leaves - 2 springs.
Method:
  • Heat oil in a pan add chana dal, roast this till brown, add tamarind pieces, red chilies, saute it and switch off the flame and add salt, grated coconut put all together into the blender and make a paste.
  • For the tempering heat oil in a pan add mustard seeds, chana daal, urad daal, asafoetida, curry leaves the switch off the flame and pour the tempering on the top of the chutney.

Serve this with dosa, idly.






Cooking with images Coconut , Coconut , Thengini kai catni





Articles


In Southern states of India such as Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala, no breakfast is completed without having the coconut chutney which is a must complement for most of the South Indian dishes whether it is idli (steamed rice-lentil cakes), dosa (rice-lentil crepes) and even Ven Pongal/ Khara Pongal (rice-lentil risotto) or upma (semolina savory pudding).

 

Coconut chutney is one such natural and fresh raw food which taste incredibly fantastic when prepared with couple of right spices and ingredients. Coconut chutney made with fresh coconut, lentils, subtly spiced with green chilies and tempered with fresh curry leaves giving a calming pure essence and is the ideal complement for South Indian dishes.

 

It's a wonderful example of tradition, health, nutrition and raw cuisine. Chutney are often wet having a coarse to fine texture. In past times, chutneys were ground using a mortar and pestle made of stone or an ammikkal (Tamil). These days, electric blenders replace the stone implements. Several spices are added and ground, normally in a particular order; the wet paste is then tempered with seasoning in vegetable oil, gingerly or groundnut oil.

 

Variations of Coconut chutney:

There are lots of variations of chutney using coconut:

 

Spicy Coconut Chutney is hot and spicy and uses nominal ingredients. Chutney is not tempered and so the taste is different than the coconut chutney that is tempered. there is also a hint of cardamom in this chutney.

 

Red Coconut Chutney is mildly spiced and hot by using less red chilies. If you want a more reddish color in the chutney, then you can add Kashmiri red chilies. they aren't that much hot and there will be a good natural red coloring to the food.

 

Garlic Coconut Chutney made with the use of coconut, garlic, green chilies and then tempered with spices for more flavoring.

 

Coriander Coconut Chutney can also use for as spread while making kati rolls. add coriander to the process of coconut chutney and delicious chutney will get ready.

 

Apart of these varieties there are more variations such as pudina coconut chutney, tangy coconut chutney, Raw mango coconut chutney, coconut capsicum chutney, carrot coconut chutney, white coconut chutney etc.

 

Nutritional benefit of coconut chutney:

You will find 50 calories in 1 tablespoon of Coconut Chutney. In which 81% fat, 15% carb, 4% protein



 

Comments & Reviews

 

You need to login to post a comment. Click here to login.

Recent comments

profile image

Guy Posted on Sun Nov 05 2017

Hello, In the recipe there is 1/2-1 tsp of chana dal, but in the video there is much much more. What is it then ?

Reply 1 - Replies
profile image

Zest Blaise Posted on Thu Oct 17 2013

sorry for asking what hing?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Seema Ballal Posted on Fri Oct 18 2013

Hing is Asafoetida

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Fairuz Ahmed Posted on Wed Nov 06 2013

WoW !!! Yummm

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Ranjeetha Praveen Posted on Sat Nov 30 2013

nice dish?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

thomas vthomas Posted on Wed Dec 11 2013

Really good..... All ur recepies r awsome.... Thank u very much friend:-)?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

KT Posted on Sat Dec 28 2013

YES! YES! YES!!! Yeesssssssss!! Mmmmmmm!Take tat Harry met Sally!?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

jasonius2000 Posted on Mon Dec 30 2013

Love your work Vah Chef! Many thanks from Australia for your informative recipes!?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

TameTusker Silly Posted on Thu Jan 02 2014

@ Mickey Dosh....and,eating is lot more fun than figuring out if men and women can strictly be friends...or faking or whatever!!!:):)?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Rajj kumar Posted on Sun Jan 12 2014

Adore every session of your cooking ! The presentation is simple.The explanation is clear . The recipes are so useful and practical. Love that south indian touch in many of your recipes . l  And your presentation skills matche your warm ,kind and use

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

balvir singh bhachu Posted on Thu Jan 16 2014

you should be in film line, very good action. ooh oh eeh aah ooh haa.?

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Arun Kumar Posted on Sun Mar 09 2014

Hello VahChef - You really inspire amateurs cooks like me to enjoy cooking and prepare some delicious recipes... Thank you !      Keep posting great recipes.?

Reply 0 - Replies

 


Be the first to know about Our Recipes and Foods: Subscribe to Newsletter