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Monday, February 8, 2010

                     Some times(or may be most of the times) in weekend mornings we don’t feel like spending time at kitchen. So I keep Idly/dosa batter and I make some chutney as side dish for breakfast. This is one such a fata fat chutney,this is a fiery hot spicy,also a flavorful chutney! (My FIL’s favorite my favorite too…) perfect for idly and dosa… Try this once,you all would like it!
Lemon chutney

Ingredients:

Lemon/lime 1 no. (small variety)
Red chilli 8-10  nos.(long variety)
Small onions 2 nos. finely chopped
Salt As needed

 

TO Temper:

Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Urad dal 1 tsp
Curry leaves A sprig

 

Method:

  1. Grind red chillies with salt and little water. Transfer to the serving bowl and mix in the lemon juice ( adjust them lemon juice till you don’t feel the spiciness of chillies too much,I added almost 1 and3/4 tblsp) 
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  2. Temper with the tempering items given under the table and fry the onions till golden brown.
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    Mix well and serve with idly or dosa!  we had with left over idly batter paniyarams(pulicha maavu paniyaram Winking). The chutney carries a wonderful flavor of the fresh lemon . I used our Indian variety so it was awesome!
With paniyarams !
               I was un able to blog regularly for following reasons,hope here after I can catch up with blogging as usual!
  • House shifting
  • Laptop touch pad was troubling
  • No lens(still) for taking step wise picture

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89 comments:

  1. Wow...raaji u make me feel hungry:)
    awesome pic!!

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  2. lol..that last pic of that fiery spicy chutney wid paniyaram'sis haunting me...I love it..
    u kno wat even we make a similar kind...and we avoid even onion also sometimes...just lemon+ rechilli powder n salt..yummy n easy one..

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  3. I make the chutney grinding tamarind and redchillis. Love the addition of lime and onions! Will try. The picture by itself is very inviting.

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  4. The lemon flavor must be complimenting the heat from chillies. Mouthwatering pics.

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  5. Very attractive pic raks,lemony chutney sounds good and must be very nice too with dosa...

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  6. this is a new chutney recipe for me. Tempting pictures :)

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  7. Looks awesome..wonderful clicks..will try this soon...thks for sharin

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  8. Wow.. lovely pictures.. they are making it all the more tempting. Simple and nice chutney dear. thanks for sharing.

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  9. Fiery hot chutney looks fantastic Raks...glad to know u guys settled down well and hope to see more fantastic dishes dear...

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  10. Chutney looks mouth watering! Very very yummy!

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  11. Just the pics have made me hungry dear!! Lovely recipe.. My MIL also suggests a similar one, where they just mix idli milagai podi with lemon juice and sesame oil... Havent tried it though!
    Awesome pics,as always!

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  12. my mom too makes a similar one with red chillis and garlic.
    lemon and rechillies great combo..
    Pictures r really awesome.

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  13. beautiful picture..looks tempting..

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  14. nice picture...yummy chutney

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  15. nice picture...yummy chutney

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  16. The colour of the chutney is fantastic! Have not seen a lemon chutney before...

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  17. Hi Raji. This looks so tempting and I love anything tangy.Oh I want that platter right now, u have made me feel hungry!!!

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  18. The chutney looks spicy and delicious. I bet they will taste equally good with some stir fries.

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  19. OMG how can u tempt like this yaar simply superb. my mom also makes this chutney but she don't add onion ans seasoning.

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  20. WOW!! Beautiful unique chutney and I love both serving plates, so cute.

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  21. The chutney looks mouthwatering...mmm yummm:)

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  22. The chutney looks mouthwatering...mmm yummm:)

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  23. Adding lemon juice is new to me. Mouthwatering....

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  24. wow..you got a wonderful space...nice recipes with lovely clicks...glad to follow you...btw..thanks for visiting my blog ...do keep in touch...have fun:)

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  25. hey Raji,
    It's new to me, I love chutneys, so shall keep it in my recipe list dear :)
    Nice post with eye catching pics as always!
    TC

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  26. The picture is very inviting..love the chutney as well as your bowl..lol..

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  27. Yum..looks so good.lemon in a chutney is something new to me..:)

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  28. Wow Lemony chutney sounds new to me....Looks spicy & tangy.Yellow bowl looks cute! Wats the yellow bg in the 1st pic, just inquisitive to knw Raji :)

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  29. wow!!!!!!! very different one.Must try it.Will this stay good keeping outside?

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  30. Love the paniyaram pic! Nice tangy recipe raks!

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  31. hiee... lovely clicks as usual.... me here after a long time...
    nice chutney .. will surely try it

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  32. Thats awesome raks... I too make this which i learnt from my sis in law but different version that is instead of red chilli add the sambar powder mix with raw onions lemon juice and add seasoning. But this looks so good too I will defintely make ur version next time ... no next time tommorrow itself.

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  33. this looks awesome...very mouthwatering and tempting pics

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  34. Wow thats such a quick n easy one.I loved it.Also,the last pic looks fantastic:)

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  35. this is a must recipe so quick and tasty one..looks heavenly with dosas..

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  36. Wow. The name itself got me here. Lovely addition of lemons. Bright clicks too, making me want idli and paniyaram.

    www.ruchikacooks.com

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  37. Wow awesome.. wonderful click.. Looks beautiful.. I love it.. Yummy and easy one..

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  38. Superb click not yet heard wll try...

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  39. Superb click not yet heard wll try...

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  40. We usually does with garlic without lemon, lemon twist is just calling me, very fiery and perfect Rak!

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  41. Very gorgeous pics.. i like lemon/tangy flavors. Something new, different and delicious chutney...

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  42. Tempting pictures as always.You are great how come you are blogging amidst all these.Paniyaram is so adorable,wish i could have all of them.

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  43. Chutney looks amazing I am going to try it.

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  44. Raji,

    Chutney looks yummy and new to me.

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  45. My mother-in-law adds tamarind extract and this one is very tempting with all the lemons. I would definitely try your version.

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  46. Sharmilee, That's Ajay's study table :) I borrow from him for photo session some times :D

    Sailaja, I think one day over night it may be without spoiling! But not easily spoiling chutney!

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  47. mmm. tempting chutney!! those bondas with chutney, just yum!!

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  48. Excellent one!.. looks mouth watering and yummmy!.. nice pics.. and lovely combo with paniyarams!!

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  49. Lemon chutney looks awesome Raks...looks fantastic and super spicy :)

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  50. Simply mouthwatering and looks very spicy... Will go great with any kinda breakfast!!! Slurrp!!!

    http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com

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  51. Mmmmm, chutney sounds hot, tangy and slurp, slurp!! what are those round delights, are they bondas/ paniyaaram ?? :):) delicious recipe!!

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  52. We really missed you, but do take your time and see you soon :)

    Even this chutney is quite new to me !

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  53. Beautiful clicks and presentation....So perfect with idli and dosa...

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  54. never heard of this chutney before.Im bookmarking this.Thanks for sharing

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  55. those pics make the chutney look uber cool

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  56. I really like the warm lighting on your photographs.

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  57. the first photo is just gorgeous..I never knew chutney can be prepared with lime..Nice recipe.

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  58. oh! raji!!, hope you have settled in, even then your photos are still great, speachless, they are gorgeous, this is new to me will give this a try.., love to see ur recipes dear

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  59. The pictures more awesome...i ll try lemony cutney and find the taste..happy new shifting..hope everything gets well soon...

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  60. absolutely love the serving dishes, pics and what's on them :)

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  61. The serving bowls look very cute and ofcourse with that molapdi :)Stunning pics as usual..

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  62. Hey
    Am new to ur blog.
    Nice post.
    Rather than the regular normal recipe, the Photography is professional and makes the recipe special.
    Not just the lemon but all the photos in this lemon pickle post are lovely.
    You really have great photography skills.
    Animisha(Mishu)
    www.uniqueanimisha.blogspot.com

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  63. lovely citrusy chutney...pics looks very colourful and inviting..

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  64. I just love the first serving dish. I never made this chutney before... will try it soon. Every thing is drool-worthy.

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  65. Dear Raje,you have one award waiting at my blog..please do collect it..Congrats Dear and my wishes for you to get many more awards :-)

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  66. kalakuringa Raji.. love the chutney and your pics... have some idli batter at home... will try this out.... and I loved your bowl and the tray.. they look so beautiful....

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  67. Hi raje
    Thank you for giving me precious comments in my blog.
    Your blog is not only lovely, but also have a good language.
    I am happy to be your follower and learn a lot from your blog.
    Thanks to gita from www.gitaskitchen.blogspot.com to introduce me to a nice blog.
    Happy blogging.

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  68. Thats a wonderful chutney ..book marking it...yummy yumm

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  69. new kinda recipe. definitely worth trying. thanks.

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  70. beautiful click... looks very delicious

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  71. Looks so tempting.. You make me feel hungry..

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  72. Hi raje,
    Thank you dear.
    I have been craving for the lemon chutney from the day i saw ur post especially by its color.
    I made it on tuesday licking the pickle all day.
    Yesterday i came to know why it is when my doctor confirmed my pregnancy.
    Oooooooh thank you dear for the lovely recipe.
    My baby is loving your recipe toooo.

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  73. You are tempting me to get one for Dhiksha too at her time of study...Luved it soo much! :)

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  74. I love those pictures, it looks and sounds so delicious!

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  75. Great pictures. This is new to me..Nice recipe!

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  76. OMG...I had missed this chutney...Thanks for the link posted...Sure do try it...

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  77. i typed side dish for idli in google search and this is the first one there. no wonder how inviting hav never tried dis

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  78. will big onions finely chopped will work for this replacing small ones

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  79. wow... its tangy and spicy......... must try ...how long shelf life does it have dear??

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  80. Yes meenal, large onions will work as well.
    Aps, probably a day alone as it has onions. But in fridge means two three days u can use...

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  81. Wow Raji never heard about this chutney and the color is so attractive.

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  82. dis new to me , not hear abt lemon chutney before ,eager to try

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  83. superb raji , not hear abt lemon chutney eager to try

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  84. Can u pls tell me when to add onions?

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  85. While tempering, after all the tempering items are roasted well, add onions

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