Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Urad Dal Chutney

For our dinner, if am serving dosas or idlis i have to prepare atleast two different chutneys else my H will definitely wont enjoy his dinner, so obviously if i get to know a new variety of chutney i wont even hesitate a second to try and serve it to him. For this month's blog hop wednesdays, Radhika paired me with a wonderful blogger Nalini of Nalini's Kitchen. I love Nalini's space and visit her space frequently, if i get a chance to cook from her space do i need to say am a happiest person in the world. Immediately i went through her space to choose a recipe,omg its quite a hard task for me to choose.

Seriously i want to try all her recipes, they were authentic,irresistible and delicious. With her beautiful clicks, she rocks and you will definitely love her space very much.For bloghop wednesdays, i choosed her Urad Dal Chutney one of her mom's recipe and prepared it two days back to serve along with soft idlies. We just loved it,thanks Nalini for sharing this chutney its definitely a keeper and i'll make surely quite often this easy breezy chutney.


1/2cup Grated coconut
5tbso Deskinned urad dal
5nos Dry red chillies
1no Tamarind (blueberry size)
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Few curryleaves
Oil
Salt

Heat enough oil, fry the grated coconut,red chillies, tamarind together until a nice aroma comes from, remove it and keep aside.

To the same pan, heat again a teaspoon of oil and fry the urad dal,asafoetida powder and curryleaves until the urad dal gets well roasted.

Once everything gets well cooled, grind everything together with enough water and salt as bit coarse paste.

Transfer it to a bowl and serve immediately.

This chutney doesnt need tempering.

43 comments:

  1. hi priya ...this is really a wonderful chutney which I use to make frequently for dinner/ breakfast. a versatile chutney goes well with rice too...

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  2. What an inviting color. Good one :)

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  3. Very nice and healthy chutney with urad dal

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  4. Very flavourful and tasty chutney! Love to have with soft dosais.

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  5. Yeah me too prefer to have two chutney with Dosa or idly:-) Spicy and flavourful chutney priya!

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  6. perfect with dosa and rice too..

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  7. This is new to me,perfect with idli,thanks for sharing dear.

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  8. My sister make a chuney like this but then with pottu kadal i think it is called like that

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  9. looks absolutely inviting and tempting.. very delicious recipe dear..

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  10. Mouthwatering chutney. very new to me, surely try it soon.

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/roasted-chicken-drumsticks-tandoori.html

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  11. Sounds so easy... Gonna try this soon

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  12. my fav chutney.. i used to prepare this if i dont have fried grams..

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  13. so easy and tasty..so much better as a spread than using mayonnaise

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  14. Tasty and tempting!!! new to me!!
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  15. As per your words, she has so many wonderful recipes. I have bookmarked few of them and wonder how I missed this chutney to post in my blog. We have been preparing this for ages. Looks so yumm Priya.

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  16. On découvre toujours de nouvelles saveurs sur ton blog. Bravo!!!
    A bientôt

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  17. Receta exquisita y saludable para repetir a diario muy linda,abrazos y abrazos.

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  18. Delicious urad dal chutney, i love its combo with idli and dosa a lot. Sure nalini has lots going on in her cute space.

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  19. Chutneys are always welcome, my MIL makes this and we love it at home.

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  20. My favorite chutney..LOve to have with hot idlies..

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  21. Very different chutney should be great for idlis!

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  22. The chutney looks delicious!! Perfect with steaming hot rice and ghee :)

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  23. Chutney looks lip smacking good.

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  24. This would also serve as a good dip. Love the color of this chutney. :)

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  25. Thank you so much dear for your lovely words and glad that you liked the chutney....
    I couldn't participate in this session blog hop due to my sleepless nights..I really really missed.

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  26. Love this chutney...beautiful color, delicious flavor:)

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  27. Hi Priya. Wow, everything looks so nice. I just had dinner at Indian restaurant here, very delicious - wish I can cook like yours!

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  28. Love this tomato chutney, goes well with parathas, Dosas or even as a side dish with the mail meal

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  29. oh, I like chutneys and pickles alongwith lunch or dinner and your recipe sounds appealing :)

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