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Karnataka style coconut chutney

Karnataka style coconut chutney | Dakshin style coconut chutney recipe, Bangalore hotel style chutney recipe with full video and step by step pictures.

Coconut chutney is a very popular one in South India. We make different varieties of coconut chutney. A small variation in the ingredient makes a huge difference in the taste. This coconut chutney is very popular in Karnataka.

In Tamilnadu, we make coconut chutney using coconut, chutney dal, green chili as main ingredients. Some people add 1-2 cloves of garlic, some add 1-2 small onions. But in this Karnataka style chutney, they add coriander leaves and mint leaves to the chutney.

What are the key ingredients for this Coconut chutney

The key ingredients of this chutney are coconut, roasted gram dal, garlic, green chili, mint leaves, coriander leaves, ginger, tamarind, and salt. We are not cooking the ingredients, instead, we are just grinding all the key ingredients.

This Dakshin-style coconut chutney pairs well with Idli, dosa, and khara pongal. Also, I love this with chapati, poori, and curd rice too. We can store this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days.

Also, check out our collection of Chutney recipes. You can check out other Bangalore delicacies, Bonda soup, Bisibelebath, Gojju avalakki, Sago Idli.

Karnataka style Coconut chutney

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Karnataka Style Coconut Chutney recipe

Dakshin style coconut chutney recipe, pairs well with Idli, dosa and Khara Pongal too
Course Breakfast, Condiment, Side Dish
Cuisine Indian, South Indian
Keyword chutney recipes, Side dish for Idli dosa
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4
Author Jeyashri suresh

Ingredients

1/4 cup roasted gram dal1/2 cup coconut8 mint leavesa small piece tamarind7 cloves garlic5 green chiliesa small piece gingerhandful of coriander leaveswater as needed2 tsp oil½ tsp mustard seeds1 tsp urad dal1 red chiliSalt as needed

Instructions

Add the roasted gram, coconut mint leaves, tamarind, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves and salt into a mixie jar.
1/4 cup roasted gram dal, 1/2 cup coconut, 8 mint leaves, a small piece tamarind, 7 cloves garlic, 5 green chilies, a small piece ginger, handful of coriander leaves, Salt as needed
Grind this along with little water into a slightly coarse paste.
Transfer it to a bowl and add ½ cup of water.
Temper mustard seeds, urad dal and red chili in 2 tsp of oil
½ tsp mustard seeds, 1 tsp urad dal
Add this to the chuntey.
Mix well.
Karnataka style coconut chutney is ready to serve.
You can keep this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days in an airtight box.

Video

Notes

1. Apart from Idli, dosa and Pongal we can serve this chutney with poori or chapati too.
2. If you want you can slightly roast the garlic in oil and then grind.
3. Karnataka style coconut chutney | Dakshin style coconut chutney can be stored for 2 days.

Add the roasted gram, coconut mint leaves, tamarind, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves and salt into a mixie jar.

Grind this along with little water into a slightly coarse paste.

Transfer it to a bowl and add ½ cup of water.

Temper mustard seeds, urad dal and red chili in 2 tsp of oil

Add this to the chutney.

Mix well.Karnataka style coconut chutney is ready to serve.

You can keep this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days in an airtight box.

The post Karnataka style coconut chutney appeared first on Jeyashri’s Kitchen.

Karnataka style coconut chutney | Dakshin style coconut chutney recipe, Bangalore hotel style chutney recipe with full video and step by step pictures.

Coconut chutney is a very popular one in South India. We make different varieties of coconut chutney. A small variation in the ingredient makes a huge difference in the taste. This coconut chutney is very popular in Karnataka.

In Tamilnadu, we make coconut chutney using coconut, chutney dal, green chili as main ingredients. Some people add 1-2 cloves of garlic, some add 1-2 small onions. But in this Karnataka style chutney, they add coriander leaves and mint leaves to the chutney.

What are the key ingredients for this Coconut chutney

The key ingredients of this chutney are coconut, roasted gram dal, garlic, green chili, mint leaves, coriander leaves, ginger, tamarind, and salt. We are not cooking the ingredients, instead, we are just grinding all the key ingredients.

This Dakshin-style coconut chutney pairs well with Idli, dosa, and khara pongal. Also, I love this with chapati, poori, and curd rice too. We can store this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days.

Also, check out our collection of Chutney recipes. You can check out other Bangalore delicacies, Bonda soup, Bisibelebath, Gojju avalakki, Sago Idli.

Karnataka style Coconut chutney

Print

Karnataka Style Coconut Chutney recipe

Dakshin style coconut chutney recipe, pairs well with Idli, dosa and Khara Pongal too
Course Breakfast, Condiment, Side Dish
Cuisine Indian, South Indian
Keyword chutney recipes, Side dish for Idli dosa
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4
Author Jeyashri suresh

Ingredients

1/4 cup roasted gram dal1/2 cup coconut8 mint leavesa small piece tamarind7 cloves garlic5 green chiliesa small piece gingerhandful of coriander leaveswater as needed2 tsp oil½ tsp mustard seeds1 tsp urad dal1 red chiliSalt as needed

Instructions

Add the roasted gram, coconut mint leaves, tamarind, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves and salt into a mixie jar.
1/4 cup roasted gram dal, 1/2 cup coconut, 8 mint leaves, a small piece tamarind, 7 cloves garlic, 5 green chilies, a small piece ginger, handful of coriander leaves, Salt as needed
Grind this along with little water into a slightly coarse paste.
Transfer it to a bowl and add ½ cup of water.
Temper mustard seeds, urad dal and red chili in 2 tsp of oil
½ tsp mustard seeds, 1 tsp urad dal
Add this to the chuntey.
Mix well.
Karnataka style coconut chutney is ready to serve.
You can keep this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days in an airtight box.

Video

Notes

1. Apart from Idli, dosa and Pongal we can serve this chutney with poori or chapati too.
2. If you want you can slightly roast the garlic in oil and then grind.
3. Karnataka style coconut chutney | Dakshin style coconut chutney can be stored for 2 days.

Add the roasted gram, coconut mint leaves, tamarind, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves and salt into a mixie jar.

Grind this along with little water into a slightly coarse paste.

Transfer it to a bowl and add ½ cup of water.

Temper mustard seeds, urad dal and red chili in 2 tsp of oil

Add this to the chutney.

Mix well.Karnataka style coconut chutney is ready to serve.

You can keep this chutney in the refrigerator for 2 days in an airtight box.

The post Karnataka style coconut chutney appeared first on Jeyashri’s Kitchen.

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