Saturday, July 17, 2010

Green chilly chutney.


Ingredients:
Green chillies - 20
Tamarind powder - 1 1/2 tsps
Salt
Oil
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Method:
Put all the chillies in a mixer grinder with tamarind powder and little water and grind to a smooth paste.
Take a kadai pour oil season with mustard seeds and hing.
Add the ground chilly paste add salt and keep stirring till it becomes thick.
After it gets cooked and the raw smell ceases, remove from fire.
I am sure you all will wonder why the chutney is brown in colour and not green. This is because I added tamarind powder while grinding so thats why its brown because of the tamarind colour.
You get tamarind powder in the grocery store which is nice and sour too.
The taste is very good both spicy and tangy.
you can have it with curd rice or even as a side dish with Idli or dosa.

20 comments:

  1. A very new recipe for me. I haven't seen tamarind powder but will ask in the Indian grocery store. This chutney would be good with samosas too.

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  2. yummy tangy spicy mouth tingling chutney ...love to try it soon

    satya
    http://superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. WOW!!! WOW!!! Is it not very spicy to make me dizzy & fall unconscious....!!!!! Chillies are very spicy by nature & we making a chutney of it is sure enough to kill somebody.... ;) But it makes me drool too..... What a FIX????? I want & I don't...both at the same time..... ;) Hugs )))

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  4. Looks so delicious, thanks for sharing dear..

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  5. it should be very spicy. good chutney

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  6. loved the addition of tamarind..looks really spicy and tangy..yum

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  7. Hot chutney looks delicious.

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  8. love hot n spicy chutneys. can we replace tamarind powder with fresh pulp?

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  9. Never seen tamarind powder..wonder how they make it..yumm chutney

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  10. wow!!! looks soo yummy and spicy. Must be delicious.

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  11. Hot and tangy chutney! Yum!!

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  12. ummm tangy, tasty....
    thanks for dropping by
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  13. Thanx for visiting my blog and encouraging words dear.... Juz had a glance of ur blog and wow!!!u have so many recipes for wonderful dishes...will be ur regular visitor from now on....

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  14. hey first time here...yummy recipes....hope to try ur dishes soon.

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  15. OOps! that is going to be quite hot!, Mmm, never tried anything like this, don't know where I can get tamarind powder!

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