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Sunday, September 12, 2010

PEANUT CHUTNEY

    This chutney i tasted in my friend’s place for the first time and started liking it. I noted down the recipe from her and it was so simple and different from the usual coconut chutney i make for dosa/idli.
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INGREDIENTS
PEANUTS 1/2 CUP
REDCHILLI 4 NO
GARLIC 1 NO.
TAMARIND VERY LITTLE
SALT TO TASTE

TO TEMPER
OIL 1/2 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/4 TSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW
ASFOETIDA A PINCH
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METHOD:
  • Saute  the peanuts in a kadai, till it turns golden brown.
  • Be careful, it should not get burnt.
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  • Switch off the flame and add the redchillies to it.
  • Allow it to cool.
  • Take out the skin of the peanut,by rubbing it with hands.
  • When it is done, add the garlic, redchillies tamarind and salt and powder it in a mixie.
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  • Add water to it according to your desired consistency.
  • I added 3/4 cup of water to it.
  • Add water to the powdered mixture and run the mixie.
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  • Temper it with mustard seeds, curry leaves and asafoetida.
  • Enjoy with hot idli/ dosa.
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Note:
  1. If u get unsalted roasted peanuts without skin , then skip the first 2 steps.
  2. Removing the skin from it doesnt make any difference in the taste, so u can grind with the skin if u want.
  3. If you are making it frequently, then roast the raw peanuts in bulk , cool it and keep it in a air tight box.
  4. Add the water to it while grinding itself, otherwise it wont mix up with the chutney.

27 comments:

  1. Lovely chutney..I love peanuts in anything n this one definitely goes in my to do list!!
    Thanks dear for sharing :)

    US Masala

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  2. Nice side dish dear...I too make the cutney in a similar way but I add little amount of grated coconut....

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  3. I love peanut chutney but i usually add coconut to it, this version too sounds great, would love to try this...

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  4. I absolutely love this chutney....great pics.
    http://forkbootsandapalette.wordpress.com

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  5. My all time fav chutney...fabulous clicks..

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  6. awesome clicks... I make this too... love the flavor of the peanuts...

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  7. I am going to try this for sure soon,excellent pictures!

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  8. Lovely pics !! Looks delicous and surely my type of chutney..without coconut I'm trying this !!

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  9. Chutney luks very nice,i too had it in my friend's place,love the taste.Nice clicks.

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  10. Looks so good and without coconut too, I must try this one day...

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  11. Wow! What a gorgeous looking chutney! yummy! Loved the 1st click.

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  12. It is tempting and high cal chutney i have seen ever..but luv to have it for dosa without guilt..The clicks r too good..

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  13. love this chutney. I always have a big container full of dry roasted peanuts in my pantry. will make it next time am going to have Adai.

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  14. peanuts chutney looks soo delicious ..love this chutney anytime

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  15. wow...I love peanut chutney...and your version sounds simply mouthwatery...hot soft idli and peanut chutney is my ideal choice for breakfast...!
    very very professional clicks dear...!

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  16. without coconut thats look good I luv it.

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  17. You have a lovely space here. Like your step by step pictures with nice explanation. Nice chutney. And very tempting clicks..Following you...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  18. I luv peanut chutney....the creamy texture makes me crave for some dosas now :)

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  19. Beautiful peanut chutneys...Nice click..

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  20. I love this with rawa dosa...But my version is with coconut too.This is interesting Jeyashri

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  21. I love this chutney .I prepare it this way and sometimes along with a little grated coconut also. What a lovely picture!!

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  22. Beautiful pic...so tempting and inviting chutney..perfect with dosa...yummyyyyy

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  23. My fav chutney..love to gobble it with idli..nice click!!

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  24. That's pretty inviting for my dosa :)

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  25. Hi, I'm new to your blog. I just tried your peanut chutney and it was absolutely delicious! I look forward to trying your other recipes!

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  26. Hi...you can add onions to make it more yummy

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  27. Hi You can add coriander leaves to the chutney while grinding.. It tastes good with hot idlis and paniyaram.

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