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Friday, September 20, 2013

POTTUKADALAI CHUTNEY RECIPE|ROASTED GRAM CHUTNEY


  Every time it is tough to decide what to make a side dish for dosa | idli. This pottukadalai Chutney can be made with or without coconut too. I just tried this recipe as the similar way as i did my Peanut Chutney  . I added coconut but tried without coconut too. Both versions of Pottukadalai chutney tasted awesome with Idli and Dosa. Try this easy pottukadalai |fried gram| roasted gram chutney. Check out the collections of Chutney recipes HERE.
Pottukadalai -chutney
INGREDIENTS: SERVES 3
POTTUKADALAI | FRIED GRAM | ROASTED GRAM 1/4 CUP
RED CHILLI 2
GARLIC 1
COCONUT 1 TBLSP(OPTIONAL)
SALT AS NEEDED
OIL 1/2 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS FEW
CURRY LEAVES FEW(optional)

Pottukadalai- chutney METHOD:
  • In a small pan, add little oil and add the red chilli,  garlic and roast till golden brown in a low flame.
  • If adding  coconut add in the last and let the coconut coconut get roasted in the heat of the pan.
Chutney
  • Allow this to cool and grind this along with pottukadalai.
chutney
  • Add water to get the desired consistency.
  • Temper with mustard seeds and curry leaves
  Pottukadalai- chutney

24 comments:

  1. one of my fav.. I do it without coconut

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  2. very tasty looking chutney:)

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  3. i liked the bowl ! some times i do not mix water instead i add a tbsp of oil ! like we do for milagai podi ! its yummy

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  4. good one..I try my best to minimize coconut..so surely will be trying this without coconut..

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  5. Ahh, my mom makes this often.. Love that flavour a lot :)

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  6. delicious chutney, perfect with idli and dosa.

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  7. Looking yummy. i make with green chilli ..

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  8. sounds good, will try sometime. Bowl looks cute

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  9. I love this chutney for idli and upma....I use curd instead of water...

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  10. my husbands fav chutney...looks creamy..lovely bowl

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  11. Love pottukadalai chutney but our variation does not have garlic!1! I love the runny form of this chutney with hot hot dosas in the night!!!!
    Do pop on my blog space when you can...

    Shobha
    www.anubhavati.wordpress.com

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  12. Delicious and lovely looking chutney. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  13. Delicious chutney,want some hot idlis now to taste it...

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  14. Love this chutney with some crispy dosas,my fav.

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  15. my favorite kind of chutney... delicious...

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  16. My Amma makes this chutney often, since my dad doesn't eat coconut. She also adds a pinch of tamarind. Nice texture.

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  17. Looks like a boon for diabetic people who want to consume less coconut.

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  18. wow..looks inviting...

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  19. I make pesarattu often and would like to try this with pesarattu..
    please visit my page and let me know your comments. It would help me as a beginner
    http://recipesfromamma.blogspot.com/

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  20. Thanks a million for this easy recipe and also for the garlic chutney!! both are yummy!!

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