Friday, 9 March 2012

PULI CHUTNEY / TAMARIND CHUTNEY



                     First of all, my sincere apologies for being awfully late on posting on my blog!!
But I have a reason..........Iv been so busy shopping and packing for my trip back home to India. Iv been here for a few days now.... and its been great. Well....now since my daughter is here, the attention and the pampering has shifted from me to her! Pffft!!!!!!!
                      I have not been doing any cooking since I came home.... I dont call it laziness! maybe just pure relaxing! :D
I finally entered the kitchen today to whip up our favourite breakfast! dosai..........yum !! Made some puli chutney to go with it!.....sigh!.....lovely!
              

INGREDIENTS:
8 shallots ( chinna vengayam)
2 dried red chillies (or 3 if you want it spicy)
1 lime size, tamerind
1 cup grated coconut
water ( just enough to grind)
salt
oil

PROCESS:
  • Put some oil in a frying pan and saute the shallots
  • After  a few mins when they change a bit of colour add the chillies
  •  Stir for awhile and then add the tamerind and salt
  • Stir for a few mins and then add the coconut.
  • Remove from the flame after 2 mins.
  • keep aside to cool
  • blend the above mixture with a bit of water
  • enjoy your chutney with your favourite dosai or idli




 sending this recipe to Pari's event 'only' south indian


 sending this recipe to umm mymoonah's event anyone can cook

17 comments:

  1. wow...superb chutney.....superb dear

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  2. Nice chutney for idlis and dosas..

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  3. Yummy Yummy........iam sure this chutney tastes simply superb....Going 2 try this soon......
    Maha

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  4. very yummy chutney..you have wonderful blog dear..happy to follow u!! :)
    Spicy-Aroma

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  5. i have always loved this combo. great recipe there. do visit my blog when u find time :)
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  6. yummy chutney and lovely space here.. do visit my just started one..
    http://noelcollections.blogspot.com/

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  7. Delicious!! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  8. Hi Farah, simple chutney with the flavour of shallots. Thanks for sending it to my event. Pls use the logo as that's mandatory. The link that you had submitted for this post was not working, have edited now.


    FOODELICIOUS

    MARCH EVENT, ‘ONLY’- SOUTH INDIAN & COOKBOOK GIVEAWAY

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  9. Dosai is my fav & i love the chutney.. even i do it the same way :) Thanks so much for dropping by my space & leaving your comments.. happy to have found ur space.. folioing u now :)

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  10. yummy version of chutney. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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