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Curry Leave Chutney

Due to the frequent change in the weather I'm not my self these days. Normally I always write up mu grocery list before going shopping on weekends. These day instead of having a grocery list I'm relying on my memory to purchase everything which I thought was over. This time I end up buy a big pack of the curry leaves and find few more packets of curry leaves laying in my pantry- I just knew it I wouldn’t be using all of it in cooking. My hubby said that my memory is lacking and should do something about it. I was really tensed up "What am I going to do with these extra packets of curry leaves".That's it chutney..

Curry Leave Chutney

Serving Size: 5

2 cup of curry leaves preferably a few days old
6 dried chillies
3 cloves of garlic pods
1tsp cumin seeds
1/4 cup tamarind juice
1tsp chanan dal
1tsp mustard seeds
1/2tsp cumin seeds
1tsp ural dal
a pinch hing powder
salt to taste
few curry leaves for tampering
1 dried chillie broken

Preparation Methods:
Heat few spoons of oil in a heavy bottom pan and once it's heated add the garlic pods-saute til golden and then add the channal dal,cumin seeds followed by the dried chillies. Let them sweat in the hot oil for couple of minutes and finally add the curry leaves followed by tamarind juice and salt. Once curry leaves are crisped-remove from flame and allow the mixture to be cooled before grind to a smooth paste.Sputter the mustard seeds, ural dal, red chillies, curry leaves and hing powder and pour it on the chutney.


Ammu Madhu said…
goes well with can smell the flavour...:)
Best with vadai and delicious dish
Sunshinemom said…
Chutney looks wonderful. I was actually thinking of getting a whole bunch tomorrow to make thogayal:)
Rohini said…
Wow lip-smacing chutney!! Never added garlic, sure it'll only enhance the flavor and taste!
Priya Suresh said…
Slurpp, yummyilicious greeny chutney..
Faiza Ali said…
Love the green colour of the chutney. will taate yummy with Idli/ dosa..
Tina said…
Mouthwatering chutney.....perfect with hot and crispy vada or dosa...
my kitchen said…
Flavorful chutney,perfect match with hot idlies

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