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Friday, January 23, 2015

Dry Garlic Chutney

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I love spicy food its not hidden. and this chutney plays a big role in my food too. I sprinkle it in everything, chat, regular curry dish, add oil in it and have it with dosa, idlis too. Last time  when I posted on my FB page about  Methi na Dhebra with dry garlic chutney , lot of people were asking me about chutney recipe so thought instead of giving just like that let's share it with everyone so who ever likes it , make it and enjoy it. I never posted chutneys in my blog but after the successful post my Trio Chutneys, I am eager to share this with you all.

Ingredients :

1 whole bulb of Garlic - peeled
1/3 cup dried coconut flakes
1/3 cup sesame seeds
2 tbsp. Deggi Mirch powder
1 tsp. Whole coriander seeds
Salt to taste
1/4 tsp. citric acid
1 tsp. oil


Method:

In a big pot, dry roast sesame seeds and keep it aside.
Add coconut and dry roast it with coriander seeds. Make sure not to burn coconut.
Add everything in blender and make a coarse powder.
No need to add water in it. Just dry ingredients only.
Store it in airtight jar and use it as necessary.
Goes very well with vada pav or any chats.



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24 comments:

  1. Very different and easy! I love garlic and will try this soon!

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  2. so yummy looking chutney :) you know what my mom in law use to make this chutney

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    1. oh ya its a very common chutney , thanks

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  3. nice chutney.. will try this version soon..

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  4. Spicy flavorful chutney will go with kebabas as well

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  5. Ohhhh!! mouthwatering but not sure about the deggi powder. Anything else as the replacement?

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    1. Deggi chili powder has nice red color, but if you have nice red chili powder you can surely use it. Enjoy your vacation.

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  6. This chutney is our favorite.. I love to have this with everything..

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  7. These chutney powders really taste so yummy.

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  8. Hmmmm...mouthwatering chutney powder recipe..

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  9. This chutney would be perfect to sprinkle on any dish but with Gujarati dhoklas - it would taste really nice with the addition of some oil to it!!

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    1. Oh ya each and everything i like to sprinkle on it. thanks

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  10. Very interesting. Nvr tried dried chutney. Looks spicy😊

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  11. Hi…I love garlic..definitely going to give it a try:)
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  12. This looks great and I would love to try it. But how do I use dry chutney? I've seen packages that say for yogurt dips or for falafel, but no recipes. I'm still not sure what to do with it! Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

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