Monday, July 19, 2010

Fenugreek Sprouts & Garlic Chutney

When Krishnaveni posted her fenugreek sprouts chutney, i immediately wanted to prepare them, as i have recently sprouted few cups of fenugreek seeds, but i want to make this chutney with some roasted garlic cloves and more fenugreek sprouts, thats the way my family i can feed them something healthy also they wont blame me for this bitter chutney... I have prepared this chutney along with tamarind paste, dry red chillies with half a cup of fenugreek sprouts and garlic..For my surprise, this chutney tastes tremendous along with dosas and everyone at home enjoyed having this spicy chutney..Am so happy to see even my little one enjoyed with dosas who doesnt like anything bitter loved this chutney..The garlic cloves masked completely the bitterness of the fenugreek sprouts and i have to say a big thanks to Krishnaveni for sharing this healthy chutney, this sprouts with garlic chutney is going to be as a usual chutney in our menu anytime..

Garlic & Fenugreek Sprouts Chutney

1/2cup Fenugreek sprouts
1cup Garlic cloves
5nos Dry red chillies
1tbsp Urad dal
1no Tamarind (blueberry size)
Few curry leaves
Salt
3tbsps Gingelly oil

Heat a tablespoon of gingelly oil, fry the urad dal,dry red chillies until they turn brown, now add the garlic cloves, tamarind piece, curry leaves, fenugreek sprouts and fry until a nice aroma comes from the garlic..Take everything in a mixie jar, add enough salt, remaining gingelly oil and water (if needed), grind everything a bit coarse paste..

Enjoy with idlis, dosas..sending to Think Spice-Think Fenugreek guest hosted by Priya..

47 comments:

  1. Hey, I think you've fallen off my reader list, priya. Have to add u back on. Looks like I've missed many of your posts. This chutney sounds like a slightly bitter but yummy (gotta be with the cup of garlic!)chutney!

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  2. This chutney looks yummy! Fenugreek sprout are my favourite sprouts (the only ones that I make at home...) and with garlic it is an awesome combination!

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  3. I love garlic but m a bit away to methi sprouts.....doesnt it turn bitter???? it luks gr8 though.....

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  4. Hey Priya, this dish looks so droolworthy n healthy...Thanx

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  5. I love methi sprouts since I feel it tastes less bitter. Chutney recipe sounds interesting.

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  6. wow...yummy n healthy chutney......will try this soon:)

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  7. woo garlic in sprouts is somthing intereting...will try ti soon..

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  8. that looks lovely. I dont like the bitter taste of the fenugreek seeds. but this idea is superb of using less bitter methi sprouts.

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  9. When I need some chutney, I go to Govind's shop and purchase a packet. I am sure that is not good for health but to make the things simple and avoid unnecessary experiments I try that way.

    This appears simple recipe. Let's try

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  10. i loved this chutney too on krishnaveni's blog...got to try this one..

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  11. Different chutney ! Must try it

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  12. Never tried this chutney....interesting flavors

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  13. that indeed is a healthy n tasty chutney Priya!! delicious

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  14. Never tasted fenugreek sprouts..i would lov to taste this chutney...looks good

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  15. never made or tasted fenugreek sprouts.. liked the addition of garlic .. will try it now.. your chutney looks fab !!

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  16. Good idea. Still the bitter taste remains, correct?

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  17. I'm yet to try anything with fenugreek sprouts. and with garlic this sounds yummy and tasty chutney

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  18. Never tried this combo before. Looks nice!

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  19. சட்னி மிக அருமையாக இருக்கு..பகிர்வுக்கு நன்றி!!

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  20. never thought of making chutney with methi seeds. gotta give it a try..

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  21. This is certainly new to me, got to try this out..

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  22. That is really a delicious chutney, i tried according to your advice and it worked, thank you so much.

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  23. that is a nice way to feed the family healthy, Priya..Chutney looks simply great

    Love
    Suji

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  24. dats a perfect and healthu chutney.. will definiteloy try it.. thnx 4 sharing

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  25. That looks like a tempting chutney.

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  26. what a innovative recipe, kallakareenga priya

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  27. wow what a beautiful looks healthy chutney ...looks awesome ,love to try it soon

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  28. Never had sprouted fenugreek, i love to try this chutney.

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  29. Looks very delicious.Got to try.

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  30. As usual a very novel recipe for you Priya :). The recipe sounds gr8 :)

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  31. Unique recipe..very healthy chutney.

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  32. Never tried sprouts in chutney.Excellent Priya

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  33. This looks delicious. I really must give this recipe a try. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  34. love the garlicky flavor.........looks irrestible,mouthwatering and yum...

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  35. It is nice to know that you have tried my recipe with more garlic...looks so good, thanks for your lovely words about me...

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  36. Truly mouth watering..Love the tangy and garlic taste !!

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  37. Never tried anything with fenugreek sprouts..This looks delicious...

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  38. thats a nice combination fenugreek sprouts very healthy

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  39. this is really new to me..ur fenugreek sprouts look so good and very well sprouted..

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  40. yummy!!! i sin know we could make chutny out of fenugreek!! looks so healthy too :)

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  41. Adding garlic is a good try....will definitely try this recipe...

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