Thursday, October 8, 2015


Hello everyone

This is one of the most delicious and yummy chutney you can make in jiffy and earn lots of praise. As it needs minimum ingredients, minimum cooking and most importantly minimum time too , what else you need to serve a yummilicious side dish for South Indian platter. People who are fond of South Indian delicacies will definitely love this yummy coconut chutney generally served with idly and dosa in restaurants. I too love to relish on these tangy chutney every time I make South Indian platter. These are flavour enhancer that goes well with plain dosa and idly too. Recipe is given below, hope you all will like it.


Serves : 4-5
Time: 10 mins


1/3 cup roasted gram( chick peas skinless) or semi roasted peanuts
3-4 tbsp thick yogurt( curd)
1 cup fresh or frozen grated coconut
1/4 cup green coriander leaves(optional)
Salt to taste

For tempering:

1 tsp oil
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
1/4 tsp urad dal ( optional)
Pinch of asafetida ( heeng)
1 spring curry leaves


Take all the ingredients except tempering ones, in a grinder and grind to a smooth paste. Add some water if required. You can also add some more yogurt if likes sour taste in chutney.
Now for tempering, heat oil in a pan , add heeng and mustard seeds. Let it splutter then add curry leaves and urad dal ,let golden and crisp then pour on your prepared chutney and mix well. 

Your your finger licking yummy coconut chutney is ready to go with idly, dosa or uttapam.

 If you are not willing to make sambhar and other stuffs to complement your South Indian platter then this one is sure a heart winning quick and yummy side dish for you.
If you don't have roasted chickpeas then can use raw Chana dal. Just roast it in little oil till aromatic then soak in little water for 10 mins then grind along with other ingredients. This way gives more rustic flavour to your chutney.

Hope you all will definitely give it a try and please pour your valuable comments and suggestions , they meant a lot.

Happy cooking....

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