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Pudina (Mint) coconut chutney


Pudina kobbarai /coconut chutney (pacchadi) is the is my favorite chutney after gongura chutney. I enjoy this chutney with rice/roti/idli/dosa/ even in bread sandwich. It is very simple to prepare. I'm sending this to Roti puchadi/chutney by Shrav's Culinary Concepts.


Ingredinets:
Pudina leaves-4cups
Fresh coconut shreadad-1 cup
Green chili-4 in number
Tamarind-1/2 lemon size
Cumin seeds/Jeera-1/2ts+1/2ts
Mustard seeds-1/4ts
split black gram-1/4ts
chana dal-1/2ts
Coriander seeds-1/2ts
Salt to taste
Garlic cloves-2
Whole Red chili-1

Directions:

  • Wash the Pudina/ Mint leaves and keep them aside.
  • Dry roast the cumin and coriander seeds.
  • Heat 1 ts of oil in a skillet and fry Mint leaves in it, after the mint leaves are nicely fried take them out and keep aside.
  • Now heat 1ts of oil in the same pan and fry green chili and keep them aside.
  • Take the Mixe jar and add roasted cumin seeds + coriander seeds+ pudina + green chili.
  • To the same jar add fresh grated coconut + salt + garlic cloves and grind them finely.
  • Finally prepare tempering, take a skillet and heat 2ts of oil in it, and add cumin seeds + mustard seeds+ chana dal + black gram dal and whole red chili.
  • Add this tempering to pudina chutney, & the chutney is ready to serve.
Hope you all like my recipe, for the better taste use kitchen mortar (rokali/kalwam) and grind the chutney coarsely.

Comments

  1. wow...my fav chutney...loved your version..

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  2. Love pudina's flavor. i can mix it in anything. love ur chutney. looks delicious. will taste great with roti , dosa, idly.. yummmm....

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  3. I make this often... Such a refreshing chutney...

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  4. Mouthwatering !! Looks really yummy!

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  5. wow, sounds delicious and how tempting :)

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