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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Kobari Palli Pachadi (Coconut Peanut Chutney)

I always get bored of eating the same chutney and searched for a chutney recipe in pooja's blog.She has got a wonderful blog and many varied recipes.

Ingredients:-

Coconut(fresh) 1 cup
Peanut 1/2 cup (roasted)
Green chillies 2
Tamarind little
Garlic pods 2
Salt as per taste
Seasoning:-
Rai few
Udat few
Zeera few
Curry leaves
Oil 1tbsp
Method:-
  1. Fry green chillies in oil.
  2. Grind coconut,peanuts,green chillies,garlic,tamarind and salt
  3. If required add little water
  4. Season with rai,udat,zeera and curry leaves.
Made this chutney to eat it with wheat dosa.The combination was excellent.Thanks pooja for sharing the recipe with us.

Enjoy my chutney........................

19 comments:

  1. Thanx for the quick comment happy cook

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  2. Chutney looks very delicious..goes well with anything.

    By the way Congratulations on completing ur 50th post. Keep cooking & keep posting. Rasgullas also looks very delicious.

    Abt ur previous post, today again I saw Swapna's blog..she enabled comments again..I left her comment. She send me entry for Picnic eat ..I think I will not include her entry in round up.

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  3. Just had it y'day...I love this one...looks yum

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  4. Thanks varunavi...Your chutney is looking yummy....

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  5. Varunavi i tried your rava idli recipe today it is a big hit but they are bit harder...I didnt leave it for 30 minutes...I added little water to it..what may be the reason..Any tips for softer idlis...Thanks for sharing the recipe dear..

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  6. I do the same chutney for my idlis, but I will also roast seaseme seeds along with peanuts.

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  7. Our recipe for coconut chutney is pretty much same! Nice one Varunavi! I love it too...

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  8. love having this chutney with dosa or idli..

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  9. yummy chutney. i make something similar with roasted channa daal instead of peanuts.

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  10. @Trupti,Priti,Ramya,Priya,Preety and Vibaas thanx

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  11. @Pooja thanx a lot for trying it out.The curd should be sour,i usually keep the curd out for long,to be used for the next day

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  12. Hi,
    Love peanut flavour. The chutney looks yumm..
    TC

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  13. I generally make coriander chutney with peanuts ,but never tried coconut with peanuts.sounds and look good :-)

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  14. I love this combination much, its one of my favourite side dish for crispy dosas..

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  15. I always did peanut chutney,with a litle coriander, but never did it with cococnut, this looks nice combo..

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