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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Kadalamavu Chutney

No grinding and quick chutney for Idli and Dosa.

Kadalamavu/ Besan flour-4tbsp
Onion large chopped- 1 no
Tomato medium chopped- 1 no
Green chilly broken- 2 nos
Ginger- 1/2" piece
Turmeric powder- 1/4tsp
Chilly powder- 1tsp
Mustard seeds- 1tsp
Urad dal- 1tsp
Chana dal- 1tsp
Curry leaves- few
Corriander leaves- few
Salt to taste
Oil- 2tbsp
Water- 1 1/2 cups

Heat oil in a pan add mustard seeds, when crackles add the urad dal, chana dal and curry leaves. When dals browned add the onions, ginger and green chilly, saute till onions turns pink. Now add the tomatoes and fry for few mins, add turmeric, chilly powder, required salt and water. Bring this mixture to boil. Take a small bowl make a smooth paste out of besan flour and water. Add this besan paste to the boiling mixture, mix well and simmer until the besan flour is cooked and the chutney thickness. Serve hot with Idli and Dosa.

Sending this recipe to Viki's Kitchen-'Side dish for chapathi' event


A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Yummy..It looks awesome..

Priya said...

I just love this chutney! my fav with hot steaming idlis..

Padma said...

Looks yummy... love it with idli/dosas ..


Never heard about this,sounds cool,and quick fix:)

Ann said...

Never tried this chutney before, but sounds soo yum

Anonymous said...

I make this too..I call it the besan sambar and I love this so much that I finish it in no time..

Usha said...

This sounds like a quick and delightful chutney. This is my first visit to your site you have a wonderful space....

Bergamot said...

Looks really yummy. I call it Pitthla... i love this with rice too. i think it is called Pitthla in maharashtra.

Ammu Madhu said...

எனக்கு மிகவும் பிடிக்கும் இந்த சட்டினி.என்னுடய்ய முறை சற்று வித்தியாசமாக இருக்கும்.அடுத்த தடவை செய்யும் பொழுது இப்படி செய்து பார்க்கறேன்.

Viki's Kitchen said...

Love this chutney very much. Thanks for sending this to the 'side dish for chapathi' event. Cheers, Viki.