Friday, November 8, 2013

Red Coconut Chutney Recipe | Sidedish for Idli Dosa

Red Coconut Chutney Recipe
Red Coconut Chutney(Thengai Varamilagai Chutney) is a easy and quick chutney recipe. I have already posted the basic version of coconut chutney and this is with red chillies.I love ginger flavour the best in this red coconut chutney.You can serve it for idli, dosa, pongal, uthappam adai etc.Looking for a spicy chutney then check this super fiery chilli chutney recipe.

I always run out of ideas when it comes to chutneys so thought to have a compiled list of chutney recipes here in my space so that it will be easy for reference both for me and you :)
Red Coconut Chutney Recipe

Red Coconut Chutney Recipe - Ingredients

Red Coconut Chutney Recipe
Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 10 mins | Serves : 1
Recipe Category: Sidedish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Coconut - 1/2 cup
Fried gram dal - 1 tbsp
Tamarind - 1 tsp
Red Chillies- 2
Ginger - 1/4 inch piece
Salt - to taste

To temper:

Oil - 2 tsp
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
Urad Dal - 1/2 tsp
Curry Leaves - few
Hing - a tiny pinch

Method:

  1. Get all your ingredients ready.First grind all the ingredients together with little water to a fine paste along wit salt. How to make red coconut chutney - Step2
  2. Heat oil - add the items listed under 'to temper' let it splutter and dals turn golden brown then add it to the chutney, add little water to get to the desired consistencyHow to make  red coconut chutney  - Step3
Serve with idli/dosa!
Red Coconut Chutney Recipe

My Notes:

  • You can even add a garlic clove while grinding , gives great flavour.
  • Adjust red chillies according to the spice level you want your chutney to be.
  • Serve it with idli,dosa or even adai as I did.
  • You can even soak red chillies in hot water for few mins and then add it while grinding....this way it gets grinded smooth.
Red Coconut Chutney Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

5 comments:

  1. hi sharmi.... nice collection of chutneys.... ;)..... have a doubt ....if red chilly grinded without roasting wont it give raw smell and in the ingredient plate next to the ginger is it tamarind?

    Sukanya

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    1. No you will not feel the raw taste....But if you are more concerned then you can dry roast and then add.But for yrs I have been making it like this only..

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  2. I don't know if you have posted this but reading this recipe reminds me of the red chutney thats made at my place. Its awesome n spicy. Just shallots coconut oil salt and red chilli grind to a coarse chutney

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