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Thursday, September 29, 2011

chutney-recipes
          This chutney is the simplest of all I know, my mom makes this if she is in a hurry to make dosa side dish. Its perfect with both soft,hot idli or dosa. It has only 3 ingredients – green chilli, shallots and salt. How cool is that? But you have to believe me and try to experience the taste. Its spicy and flavorful. We have to eat it by topping with sesame oil. My mom just keep the ingredients in the “ ammi ” and crushes coarsely. Ready within minutes!  No tempering, no frying…
Chutney-recipe-for-dosa

Ingredients

Green chilli 6-8
Shallots 12-15
Salt As needed

Method

  1. Peel shallots/chinna vengayam. First place the green chillies and salt in the mixer and run it once.
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  2. Then add this onion and again use the juice/inch/pulse option to grind it coarsely. It should not be ground smooth or added with any water.
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Serve it with hot steaming idli or dosa. Its wonderful side dish for dosa, so do try once and see.
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Notes
  • Please use shallots for best taste.
  • Do not grind smooth or add water.
  • Top with lots of sesame oil while eating.
  • The salt should be added enough to balance the heat from chilli. That’s the trick in the recipe.

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61 comments:

  1. Wow!! So simple and yet ingenious!! I'll have to try it next time I make idli or dosa :)

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  3. ஆஹா!போட்டோல பார்க்கவே சூப்பரா இருக்கு! காரசாரமா இருக்கும்னு நினைக்கிறேன்! உங்க பூண்டு சட்னி செஞ்சு சாப்பிட்ட காரமே இன்னும் மறக்கமுடில! நான் வர்லப்பா இந்த வெளாட்டுக்கு! ;) ;)

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  4. My inlaws makes this raw chutney with red chilies....Nice idlies too...Pass the plate,raks..

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  5. woww i totally forget this chutney,my mom also makes this often....we love this spicy & simple chutney very much...thx u!!

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  6. We do almost the same too, love this chutney with crispy dosas..

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  7. I make this sometimes...its simple and yummy

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  8. i too make this, very simple and delicious chutney..

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  9. looks really rustic and flavorful!

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  10. Simple yet bursting with flavors ~ love the pics!
    USMasala

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  11. Hi Rak's yummy chutney.My Mom used to do raw chutney with redchillies + lemon juice + same other 2 ingredients.Yummmmmmmy.Thanks for sharing and dropping in at my place.Following U..

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  12. wow looks spicy and delicious chutney .....

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  13. that does look simple. We make it similar way, but just add red chilies (instead of green) and little tamarind and grind it to almost smooth :)

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  14. Nice recipe dear.. let me try it out soon!

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  15. nice...i will try it out

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  16. This is my fav chutney with boiled Kappa ( Yucca) .

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  17. even my mom used to do this...but she adds coconut oil...i like to eat with dosa...very simple n easy to make...bowl looks very cute raji!

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  18. Ooooh we too make this Raji, except we add little lemon juice to .. otherthings are exactly same. Another variation is using chilli powder ..I love both versions.

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  19. my mum make this often..She call it as uli nunukal...this taste great with some gingelly oil poured on top and had with dosa...YUM YUM

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  20. This is one simple chutney alright!I make it as an accompaniment with mashed kappa/tapioca and top it with coconut oil-YUM!

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  21. Loved the white concept of d fotos...chutney looks yumm n such a simple one!!

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  22. Hi Raji... I have a habit of eating this crunchy mixture of chilli n shallots with salt when i cut them for sambhar... i dint know that it can be eaten as a chutney with idli... sounds yummy n i badly want to have this with idli now but unfortunately i need to grind idli batter... i cant resist having this combo... omg have to wait til tomorrow :(

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  23. Looks so simple yet so tasty. Got to try this out!

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  24. Hi Raji

    This chutney will be amazing, my mom substitute Red Chilly in place of Green chilly. In the meantime, i am searching of Kulcha in your blog, why can't you try it and post it for your followers

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  25. Wow its so easy...flavourful and yummy chutney. I luv everything about these pics...the clicks, the unformity in the size of the pics, the font and the chutney in ur pics :) Keep on rocking raks!!

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  26. lovely pics. We add a little coconut oil to this and serve it with Cooked tapioca.

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  27. Wow... Such a simple chutney.... It looks delicious.

    -Lavanya
    My Recent Post: Pepper Chicken

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  28. Looks great and yet simple to make... I'll definitely make this.

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  29. YKW, this is my grandpa's fav. Shallots is a body cooler and he makes it a point to eat this chutney with idlis in the morning or the whole ones with curd rice. Simple and delicious.

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  30. Easiest chutney ever....Love the spiciness in this!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  31. Such an easy recipe. Most exciting part is that it doesn't involve cooking. Fantastic clicks

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  32. My paati makes a g. chill chutney - quite similar.. i can imagine how flavorful this must be!

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  33. in kerala, we mix this with curd and some coconut oil and serve with steamed tapioca (kappa). i must post that soon! :)

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  34. wow looks spicy and delicious chutney .....

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  35. hi raks kitchen, sometimes the most appetizing are the the ones with the simplest ingredients like your chutney here. Beautiful photography

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  36. lovely clicks and absolutely mouth watering...a must try...i think this will go very well with rice fermernted in water over night:-)!

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  37. There are 2 different way we do this ...one of which is my fav ..I am thinking to post that for so long now ...this is new and nice pics

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  38. love this fresh and spicy chutney.. I make this chutney with red chilli :) and its a very famous chutney from chettinad.. They serve this chutney for vella paniayaram

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  39. Easy, quick and scrumptious chutney!
    Lite Bite

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  40. I have never had a chutney like this...simple but so appetizing and tasty.

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  41. i have all the ingredients for the chutney with me..except dosa maavu..which im sooo wishing i had so i can amke this

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  42. Looks easy and like the healthy comfort.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  43. Love the fonts and colors. Simple and yet so delicious chutney.

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  44. Happy Navarathri Raji..I love this chutney!

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  45. It has been ages I prepared this...
    love to have with those idli's :)

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  46. I tried it out today with dosa and the combination was really good!!!!!

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  47. my mouth's watering!
    www.kitchensojourn.blogspot.com

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  48. Wow very spicy and tasty chutney dear...

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  49. Really simple but sure must be tasty..the clicks are gorgeous.

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  50. Mmm...sounds tasty n healthy..will giv a try soon..
    Tasty Appetite

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  51. Very new to me but want to try it after seeing it with the idly,sure it must be yummy...

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  52. wow..these remind me of my child hood days... my mom too used too make this but with a handfull of freshly grated coconut too.the rest is the same...looks fantastic.

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  53. one spicy and simple chutney.. i've never tried this combination.. def will give it a try.!

    Richa @ Hobby And More Food Blog

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  54. We do this in my mom's place I love it.....even the red chili version too...

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  55. I just made it and its amazing :)

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  56. Mmm .. add some vinegar ..it make more tasty... :)

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  57. red chilli is more taste than green chilly

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