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White Chickpea and Tomato chutney

Perfect combination for Dosa / Dosai
White chickpeas-1/4cup
Tomatos chopped-1/2cup
Coconut shredded-1/4cup
Tamarind-very little
Onions chopped-1/2cup
Red chili-2
Green chili-1
salt to taste
Garlic 2 cloves
Vegetable oil-2ts


  • Take white chickpeas in a bowl and wash them.
  • Soak them in water from 6-12hrs and cook them in cooker / microwave for 5min.
  • Now take the non-stick skillet and heat 1ts of oil and add Onions + chickpeas + red chili + coconut shredded and saute them until onions turn transparent. Shift this whole mixture in to plate and let it cool.

  • Now in the same skillet heat 1ts of oil and add tomatos + tamarind and cook until the tomatos become mushy.

  • Transfer this mixture on to the same plate and allow it to cool.
  • When is the mixture is cooled down, grind all the ingredients together and the yummy chutney is ready to serve :)   


  1. this is new to me....bookmarked it

  2. wow..thats good ,chutney looks yum..I liked the addition of chick peas..

  3. New kind of chutney to me.Nice step-wise pic's! Shall try next time.

    Thanks for the instant comment Deepthi! :)

  4. I can almost taste this in my mouth. Love the recipe. I am going to bookmark and make it :)

  5. Looks like the lovely hummus.

  6. Looks dleicious,nice idea to incorporate chickpeas there.

  7. Tasty and delicious..nice recipe

  8. thnQ frndz for stopping by and leaving your lovely comments :)
    @ priya thnX for bookmarking it....

  9. Another variation of chutney! Yummy combination! Thanks for sharing!

  10. New to me... But innovative and yummy looking chutney... Bookmarking dear...

  11. lovely chutney...looks yummy..:)

  12. sounds healthy and delicious dear:)

  13. Dats a yummy and tasty chutney...:)


  14. new to me :P looks like an interesting dip :P

  15. very interesting chutney..liked adding chickpeas..shall try this out :)

  16. Different and delicious chutney....


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