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Mulaku Chutta Chammanthi

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Mulaku Chutta Chammanthi

No tales of the legendary cuisine cultures of Kerala can be complete without a list of 'Chammanthis' or thick chutneys. The fried red chillies ground with tamarind and shallots is a preparation that has an aesthetic appeal as well, on the plantain leaf laid out for the sadya.

Ingredients

12 dried red chillies

30 shallots

1 small ball of tamarind (the size of gooseberry)

Salt, as required

2 pinches of sugar

4 tsp coconut oil

Preparation

Take a pan and heat some oil in it

Fry the dried red chillies in it

Grind this mixture with shallots and tamarind

Add salt and sugar to this mixture and pour some coconut oil to this

If you keep this in a tight container, it can be used for 3-4 days

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