Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Karuvepillai Vengaya Chutney/Onion Curryleaves Chutney

Today am posting our most favourite chutney, yep this onion curryleaves chutney is one of our family favourite,this chutney goes for quick and easy preparation with loads of onions and curryleaves,needless to say this chutney tastes marvellous,mildly tangy coz of tamarind and absolutely flavourful coz of both onions and curryleaves..Everyone at home can have two more idlis or dosas if i serve them this chutney, we love it that much..This weekend i prepared them to serve along with soft idlis and while going through my recipe index,i was surprised to see that i havent posted this fabulous chutney in my space,immediately i clicked this chutney..This chutney can stay for a week if they are conserved in fridge..


3nos Onions (large & chopped)
3sprigs Curryleaves
4nos Dry red chillies
1no Tamarind(blueberry size)
1tbsp Urad dal
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
Few curry leaves
Salt
Oil

Heat oil in a pan,fry the urad dal and dry red chillies until they turns brown, add the chopped onions,curry leaves,saute for few minutes until the onions turns transculent, finally add the tamarind piece,give a stir and put off the stove,keep aside and let them cool completely..

Grind them in a mixie as bit coarse paste,meanwhile heat enough oil let splutters the mustard seeds and curry leaves, add the grounded paste and cook in simmer for few minutes, put off the stove..

Serve hot with idlis or dosas..

27 comments:

  1. This is one flavorful chutney Priya. Amma uses sambar onions for making this chutney though.


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  2. Priya, as soon as i saw the title in my google reader, i was just going to suggest that you should link this and your previous post to Anamika's event as both have curry leaves in the title. Pleasantly surprised to see you already have linked it :)
    I am on a chutney spree recently, this one looks like i should try it out soon.

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  3. j'adore les oignons et cette préparation parfaite
    bonne journée

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  4. wow...looks delicious.perfectly made.

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  5. Onion and curry leaves, sounds yummy!!! I have a new look on my Only Recipes blog, still getting used to, but it may be easier for seeing more recipes. Let me know what you think :-).

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  6. wonderful and delicious one to pair dosas

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  7. yummy chutney priya,just prepared hot idlys...can u pan the chutney:)

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  8. Yummy and flavorful chutney...would love to have with some idlis

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  9. Would love to have them with hot idlies.

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  10. Love to have it with idlis.Looks delicious..

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  11. Same pinch !!! Even me follow same procedure Priya....

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  12. Loved it..goes very well with idli or dosa..

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  13. Wow! love this chutney recipe. Bookmarked.

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  14. I love this Priya and yours looks so delicious. Perfect with some hot steaming Idli.

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  15. Lovely chutney Priya. Will try this for sure sometime.

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  16. Flavourful and yummy chutney.....looks delicious.

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  17. yummy yum chutney..heard a lot about this, but never tasted this!!will try soon!

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  18. Yummy chutney priya.. loved it..:)
    Reva

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  19. This flavorful chutney is perfect with idlis!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  20. Chutney looks awesome and full of flavor.

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  21. very flavorful and delicious!

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  22. Another new recipe to try, sounds tasty!

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  23. Luv this chutney to the core...yum

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