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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Raw Garlic Chilli Chutney (Poondu Molaga Chutney) | Side dish for Idly, Dosa

I like this chutney for the garlic flavour and its simplicity.Whenever we feel very tired or in no mood to cook, its always idly with this molaga chutney.But mostly for dinner as we dont want to smell garlicky in the mornings when we move out for work :) This chutney brings back memories of my childhood days when we used to pack idly with this chutney and boiled eggs while moving to ooty. It was around 3-4hrs journey by road from coimbatore to ooty and we would relax a bit in conoor for our breakfast....idly with this chutney is my all time fav! The spicy chutney compliments well with soft hot idly, with ghee its so divine!!

Raw Garlic Chilli Chutney Recipe
Ingredients:
  • Red Chillies - 2
  • Garlic - 7 to 8
  • Curry leaves a a fistful
  • Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste
Method:
  1. Grind the above to a course or smooth paste.

  2. Add ghee/gingelly oil and serve with hot idlis
As its raw, d
ont be doubtful of the taste
, its simple but flavourful!

Raw Garlic Chilli Chutney Recipe
I tried googling few tips of how to Get Rid of Bad Breath from Garlic/Onions and here it is:
  • Drink lemon juice
  • Brush your teeth
  • Try chewing mint or spearmint flavored gum
  • A glass of tea also helps
  • Yogurt can reduce gases in the mouth that cause garlic breath.
I have tried lemon juice and it works well to avoid garlic odour.

Raw Garlic Chilli Chutney Recipe
I am moving to my native 2mrw and will be back only next week, so off from blogging and bloghoping for a week...!
Written by: SHARMILEE J

40 comments:

  1. i too like this chutney,luks delicious...

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  2. I too love this,with dosa and idly + curd ;) this version sounds nice :)

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  3. Yummy chutney and I love the towel too :)

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  4. Iam drooling over here. Will try this. Did you add oil or ghee while serving?

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  5. @Lavi : This time it was nalennai...attimes we serve with ghee also
    @Nithi : Elam inga santosh than...when r u making it here?

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  6. Looks really yumm....love to have anything wid garlic....nice clicks too dear...:)

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  7. wow that is an easy chutney recipe and looks delightful too

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  8. It is a finger licking chutney

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  9. Wow, that looks wonderful !!! I am surely going to give it a try :)

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  10. Simple love garlicky chutneys..Awesome pics too !!

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  11. Wow..delicious chutney.>I love garlic...Love the garlicky flavor..This is surely going to be my fav...

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  12. Love the simple chutney..Hey happy journey

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  13. Sounds delicious. Love to try this out..

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  14. simply love this chutney..gorgeous color and love garlic in anything ...superb presentation...mmmm

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  15. I love garlic flavour.This chutney looks awesome.Bookmarked it.

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  16. மிகவும் அருமையான சட்னி...அம்மா இதனை அரிசி கஞ்சியுடன் செய்வாங்க...நியாபகம் செய்துவிட்டிங்க....நாளைக்கு செய்துவிட வேண்டியது தான்...

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  17. Are you from cbe? I have tasted this at friends place a lot but have never tried it.

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  18. That is a real quick and healthy chutney I have every come across. Love the garlic flavors, and this must be real good. Thanks for sharing, Sharmilee, take acre.

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  19. nice...tangy chutney....nice...and nice presentation

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  20. Looks so yummy ... I have bookmarked it for trying it out asap !!

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  21. A mouthwatering chutney! Great Clicks!

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  22. I can eat more idlies with this chutney, mouthwatering here..

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  23. I love the strong smell of garlic in chutenys ...Your click looks tempting
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. my mom makes a similar chutney like this.looks very nice.nice presentation sharmilee

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  25. That's a new chutney for me...interesting

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  26. Tempting pictures!! I love this chutney with idli/ dosa. I usually use shallots instead of garlic and do not use cilantro. Will post my version sometime..

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  27. Chutney looks yummy and mouthwatering.

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  28. Looks so spicy and yummy. Great combo for idli or dosa.

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  29. I am going to make this tommorrow!!

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  30. Its a lovely recipe. Have tried quite a few of your recipes. Thanks a lot for such easy recipes.

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  31. All your recipes are simple Awesome...
    Excellent Job... I tried Oats idli... They didn't come out as your's though :( but taste was very good. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I mixed batter just like you said. And in idli cooker i added 2 cups of water, is that fine? or shall i add less water?

    Please suggest. Thanks once again.

    Regards,
    Priya

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  32. @Priya: The batter should be thick as shown in the pic, as I've mentioned its just 3/4 - 1 cup in the batter. For the pressure cooker water quantity is just as we do for normal idli..Hope this helps!

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  33. Hi i tried this and my throat was burning out of garlic. Nor the color was like that of pic it was mostly green and white . Could you post this again with pics for proportion ?probably proportion ?

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    1. Yes sure will update the stepwise soon...but not sure why the color was pale for u....curry leaves,coriander leaves and red chillies gives it a dark shade as in the pics.

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