Getti chutney recipe, South Indian chutney recipes

Getti chutney, the traditional south Indian coconut chutney served in restaurants, pairs well with bonda and bajji. It is nothing but a thick coconut chutney but if you ask any typical south Indian foodie, they will tell you how everyone will crave for this getti chutney. When i posted thavala vadai recipe i mentioned that i will post the recipe of getti chutney but some how it was forgotten. Yesterday i made this to pair with thavala dosai | thavala adai ( will post the recipe soon). I clicked the thengai chutney recipe with step by step pictures and finally posting the recipe of getti chutney today.
In our family everyone are a great fan of getti chutney, we have a lot of stories for this and if i talk about that, i will never get into the recipe. Our most favorite memory is visting Madurai Gopu Iyengar kadai around 3 pm and enjoying Vellaiappam with Getti Chutney. They both are match made in heaven. The smell of the chutney takes me back to those childhood days.

Getti chutney recipe

Also Check out my Restaurant style coconut chutney recipe


Getti Chutney recipe
Getti chutney recipe

  • Recipe Cusine: Indian
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook time: 2 Minutes
  • Serves: 3
  • Author: Jeyashri
  • Recipe Category: Lunch | Dinner
  • Description: Getti chutney, the traditional south Indian coconut chutney served in restaurants, pairs well with bonda and bajji
    Coconut  1 cup
    Roasted gram dal  1 tblsp
    Ginger   a small piece
    Green chili  2
    Oil  2 tsp
    Mustard seeds  1/4 tsp
    Curry leaves  few
    Asafoetida  a pinch
    Salt  as needed 


Method:



  • In a mixie jar add the grated coconut, roasted gram dal (pottukadalai), ginger, green chili and salt.
  • Grind this into a paste, adding little water to this. 
  • Do not pulse this into a fine paste, a very slight coarse paste is also fine.
  • Transfer this to a bowl.
  • Temper this with mustard seeds, asafoetida and curry leaves in 2 tsp oil. 
  • Mix well. 
  • Serve with bonda, vellaiappam, thavala dosai or bajji too. 
  • The chutney goes well with idli dosa too. 
Notes:
  1. Do not add more water while grinding. 
  2. Always prepare the chutney with freshly grated coconut. 
  3. Prepare the chutney just an hour before making as refrigerating for a long time will spoil the texture of the getti chutney. 

Coconut chutney

Method with step by step pictures:

  • In a mixie jar add the grated coconut, roasted gram dal (pottukadalai), ginger, green chili and salt.
  • Grind this into a paste, adding little water to this. 
getti chutney recipe 1
  • Do not pulse this into a fine paste, a very slight coarse paste is also fine.
  • Transfer this to a bowl.
  • Temper this with mustard seeds, asafoetida and curry leaves in 2 tsp oil. 
  • Mix well. 
getti chutney recipe 2
  • Serve with bonda, vellaiappam, thavala dosai or bajji too. 
  • The chutney goes well with idli dosa too. 
  • Trust me this chutney goes well with Lemon rice too. 
Notes:
Getti chutney recipe
  1. Do not add more water while grinding. 
  2. Always prepare the chutney with freshly grated coconut. 
  3. You can add 1-2 garlic cloves to the chutney.
  4. Prepare the chutney just an hour before making as refrigerating for a long time will spoil the texture of the getti chutney.  

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