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Last Updated Wednesday December 07 2016 02:06 PM IST

Roasted Bengal Gram Chutney

Mrs K M Mathew
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Preparation Time

20

Cooking Time

10

Serves

4

Calories

1130

Chutneys always brighten up the dining table! The more, the merrier. Try this green Bengal gram chutney that renders a unique taste to the dish.

Ingredients

1 cup scraped coconut

½ cup roasted Bengal gram

2 green chillies, chopped

1 tsp ginger, chopped

Salt, as required

½ cup coriander leaves

2 dried red chillies

Salt, as required

Oil, as required

2 tsp lime juice

1 tsp mustard seeds

Preparation

Into the mixer, put in the scraped coconut, roasted Bengal gram, green chillies, ginger, salt and coriander leaves and grind to a smooth paste

In a hot pan, pour oil

Drop the mustard seeds and wait until they splutter

Add the curry leaves and red chillies

Put in the ground mixture

Wash out the mixer with some water and add it to the pan

Pour in the lime juice

Delicious chutney is ready to be served for breakfast

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