COCONUT CHUTNEY WITH RED CHILLIES

Coconut chutney with Red chillies
Chutney - A breakfast in a South Indian home will always have Idli accompanied with a Chutney. There are enormous array of Chutney's and the most versatile one is the coconut chutney . We have lots of variation in this chutney. The most commonly prepared chutney with coconut is grinding along with the green chillies. Next comes the chutney grinded with coconut and red chillies and here comes the recipe :)
For this chutney you need

4 tbsp. of fresh grated coconut
6-7 red chillies (adjust acc. to your taste)
2 tbsp.  of roasted chana dal (pottukadalai)
4-5 small onions
Salt

For tempering

1 tsp. of mustard and urad dal
A sprig of curry leaves

Preparation

In the blender, add the coconut and red chillies , gind them.

Now add roasted chana dal, small onion, salt add water little by little and grind it to a thick, smooth paste.

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seed, when they stop spluttering add urad dal and curry leaves.

Finally add the tempered ingredients in the chutney

Coconut chutney with red chillies is ready to be served..........

Serve it with hot idli's and enjoy :)

Note:

Always make sure the coconut , you use is fresh, dessicated coconut cannot be used here.

I have added small onions , it gives a different taste to this chutney, you can skip this if you want.

Sometimes I also add a small piece of ginger to both types of chutney, grinded with green chillies and red chillies, this gives a nice flavor.

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Aruna Manikandan

I am a passionate cook and love to experiment various cuisines , in my kitchen. This blog is my humble attempt to register a copy of recipes that I learn and try . Feel free to experiment with my recipes and adjust accordingly to suit your taste and requirements.Hope you enjoy :)

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  1. Coconut chutney also my fav..Totally tempting...

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  2. adding red chillies gives yummy taste..i love it!

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  3. me too add red chillis but adding onion sounds interesting

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  4. Yum chutney with idli and dosa. Happy to follow you

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  5. Nice chutney. Good to eat with red chillies.

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  6. Love this with idlis and dosas..

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  7. looks yummy,attracted to your photography...very nice clicks....Following you...

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  8. our fav chutney to go with idli n dosas :-)

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  9. இதனுடன் ஒரு பூண்டுப்பல் சேர்த்து அரைப்பேன்...தோசையுடன் சாப்பிட ரொம்ப பிடிக்கும்.

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  10. great clicks.. we do it the same way too..so yum aruna :)

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  11. nice and different chutney..

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  12. i make chutney everyday to have with dosa or idly...so i can use dry chilly if i dont have green chilly...thats a nice info...i add a small pcs os garlic too...
    chutney looks very inviting and i am feeling very hungry now.

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  13. Its too good.tastes the best with dosa :)

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  14. Pleae pick the award from my blog aruna

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  15. My MIL always makes with red, green is very rare, I made just today for pongal :)

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  16. wow! looks delicious.I used to add a small garlic clove too.

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  17. Wow..Looking really yumm..U made it perfectly..

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  18. thanks for coming over to my blog!...chutney looks yumm! cant do without it!

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  19. I add little bit of tamarind while grinding....ur version looks yummy..wud be perfect with hot piping idlis

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  20. mmmm.... I love this with my breakfast. Lovely snap..

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  21. Nice Post!I like coconut chutney with spicy.

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  22. nice idea..thanks for sharing....

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