Saturday, February 19, 2011

GARLIC CHUTNEY

                 This garlic chutney is my all time favorite ,which i learnt from my mom. Somehow my husband and kids don’t like this garlic chutney,since it is bit spicy from the normal one i make. So i don’t make often at home. Few days back when i made idlis for dinner, i thought of making this one for me . I enjoyed this with hot idli and my family enjoyed idli with coconut chutney!!

garlic chutney

INGREDIENTS:

GARLIC 8 PODS
SHALLOTS 7 NO
TAMARIND 1 SMALL GOOSEBERRY SIZE
SALT AS NEEDED
REDCHILLI 5-6 NO.
SESAME OIL 2 TBLSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/2 TSP

garlic chutney

METHOD:

  • Peel the skin of garlic and shallots .
  • Soak the tamarind in water for 10 minutes.

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  • Grind the garlic,shallots, tamarind,redchillies along with salt into a fine paste.
  • Transfer it to a bowl.

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  • In  a small pan add sesame oil and add the mustard seeds.
  • When it splutters ,switch off the flame and add curry leaves.

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  • Add it on the top of the chutney.
  • Serve with dosa or idli.
  • This time i had with idlis, but normally it will go great with dosa.

Garlic chutney

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43 comments:

  1. garlic thokku sounds so yumm..I was infact planning to make this after my vengayam thokku which was a hit at home..

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  2. I love this chutney for dosa. I use toamtoes instead of tamarind. Lovely clicks.

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  3. Yummy chutney...I luv garlic in any form. Perfect for idlis and dosas.Luv the way u have written garlic chutney in the first pic...cute presentation too

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  4. tempting chutney...perfect with idly and dosa!!nice presentation jeya!

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  5. I am a total garlicaholic..lol..and this chutney sounds heavenly to me :)


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  6. yummy chutney...love this...we make it in a bit different way

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  7. hi jeyashri,

    first time here and you've a great collection of recipes.. Ginger chutney looks perfect.. love to follow u!

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  8. Garlic chutney is looking wow..so many times it happens when our family doesn't like something which we do..so its good to make something exclusively for us once a while :)

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  9. chutney looks superb..:)

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  10. Chutney looks fiery n yummy..love to smear it inside d dosa...nice color...

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  11. I just made yday nite for myself too ...and finished everything in one go ....now you are tempting me again

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  12. how cute is that spoon of yours..? and a nice recipe..too ! :)

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  13. Garlic Chutney is looking delicious!

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  14. Long time since I made garlicky chutney,feel like having this with hot dosa Jeyashri,superb! Me like the spoon with garlic chutney printed in it :)

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  15. Looks v nice Jaishree..love to have this with idli/dosa would be v nice....will try it next time... I love garlic flavour :)

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  16. Hi. Nice version of garlic chutney and nicely presented too.

    FOODELICIOUS

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  17. I love spicy poondu chutney too.

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  18. yummy chutney,i too love the spoon...luks cute!

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  19. Healthy chutney.. looks awesome...

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  20. chutney looks flavourful and delicious
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  21. the clicks are so tempting and perfect. If you wish do send it to my event in my blog.

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  22. yummy and spicy chutney.

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  23. wow... so tangy and yummy... i want to taste it now itself...
    Dish Name Starts with F
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  24. spicy and yummm.... and garlic is soooooooooooo good for health..... will def try this

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  25. Delicious and droolworthy chutney,love it anytime..

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  26. want to taste now with my spongy idlies..
    Tasty appetite

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  27. Super chutney!! perfect for hot idli's..

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  28. Love this spicy and tangy chutney! Looks yum...


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  29. That looks so yummy dear!!

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  30. Yummy Yumm.. Nice click .. and the way you have added garlic chutney on the spoon .. is cutie..

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  31. I will make this today. Looks very nice. I have a doubt. you have not fried both onion and garlic will they not smell raw?

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  32. Thanks fo visiting SHARMI.
    After eating the chutney you will have a garlic smell in mouth ,but trust me, while eating it will taste so nice. Since we add moe sesame oil it will be yummy.Go for it

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  33. Would love to try this garlic chutney with my dosa's soon.

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  34. Love this chutney as well... I too make this way and absolutely love it with idli , dosa, adai yumm.. seriously when I am typing i started to droo. Pictures are class asusual.

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  35. I luv garlic chutney..Its better to have for dinner than BF,Or else we feel smelly more...Wonderful recipe ,jayashree

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  36. Looks spicy and delicious garlic chutney.

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  37. Mouth watering:-) Perfect for idly and Dosa:-)
    First time in ur lovely space. You hav a good collection here!!

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  38. Looks very yummy. I am just about to make my Dosa and was looking for a good chutney. This seems perfect. But, I am a bit doubtful if I should fry the onion and garlic or they remain raw? Wont it be very raw if not sauted?

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  39. Looks perfect and yummy. Dont we need to saute the onion, garlic. wont it be too raw otherwise? Will try it out now

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    1. hi,
      this will not taste raw and add the oil very hot.

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