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Last Updated Saturday December 03 2016 10:12 AM IST

Coconut and roasted gram chutney

Mrs K M Mathew
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Preparation Time

20

Cooking Time

10

Serves

4

Calories

995

A piquant chutney with lots of coconut and roasted gram to make a healthy, tasty chutney fit for any kind of dosa, idli or even upma.

Ingredients

2 cups coconut

¼ cup roasted gram

1½ tbsp green chillies, chopped

1 tsp ginger, minced

2 tbsp sliced shallots

Salt, as required

A small ball of Malabar tamarind


For seasoning


Oil, as required

¼ tsp mustard seeds

¼ tsp black gram

¼ tsp Bengal gram

3 dried red chillies

1 sprig curry leaves

Preparation

To a mixer, add the coconut, roasted gram, green chillies, ginger, shallots, salt and Malabar tamarind. Grind to a paste

In a pan, pour oil

When the oil heats up drop the mustard seeds in it

Once they splutter, put in the black gram and Bengal gram

Add 3 dried red chillies and 1 sprig curry leaves

Add the ground paste to this seasoning

Give it a good mix and take off the flame

Delicious coconut and lentil chutney is ready to be served

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