Monday, April 04, 2016

Cobri, Nuvvulu & Palli Pachadi/Coconut, Peanut & Sesame seeds Chutney - Side Dish for Idly/Dosa

Simple coconut chutney can be given a totally new look by adding or reducing  a few ingredients to the basic chutney. This recipe of Coconut and sesame seeds chutney too was made that way. I needed a new chutney and remembered peanut-sesame chutney amma made last vacation. So, i immediately made this chutney to go along with Challaatlu
Sesame seeds give a nice flavor to the chutney. I kept the tadka simple with just mustard seeds and curry leaves. you can also add urad dal for a nice crunch.
Ingredients
1/2 cup freshly grated coconut
3 tbsp white sesame seeds
1/4 cup peanuts, skinned
2 fat cloves of garlic
3 red chilies
handful of curry leaves
handful of fresh coriander leaves
a small marble-sized tamarind, string and seeds removed
1/2 tsp - 3/4 tsp salt

Tempering
1/2 tsp oil
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
a pinch of hing
few curry leaves.

Method
  • In a pan, dry roast sesame seeds and peanuts until golden brown. Keep the flame simmer and roast, take care not to burn.
  • Remove and keep aside, add red chilie to the hot pan, add it to the peanuts. Let it cool completely. To this add grated coconut, tamarind, curry leaves, coriander leaves and salt.
  • Take this all together in a mixer and grind it to a paste adding 1/4 cup of water. Remove the chutney to a clean bowl.
  • Heat oil for tempering, splutter mustard seeds, add hing and curry leaves. Pour this sizzling tempering over the chutney. Serve along with idly/dosa.

19 comments:

  1. I have tried peanut chutney but adding sesame seeds in it is totally new.You are rocking with your dosas and chutneys Priya.

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  2. I love this combination to make chutney. Sesame adds such a nice layer of flavor.

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  3. this chutney will be a must at home, a best choice with idli, dosa eny thing...

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  4. Ok bookmarked ! Perhaps at the weekend i will try this combo . I am always in quest of finding new chutneys .

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  5. There is so much one can play with the basic recipes! Nice clicks Priya.

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  6. love the addition of tamarind and peanuts in the regular coconut chutney

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  7. I add sesame seeds to most of my pachadlu. Your version is tempting and lovely presentation. Love the color of the bowl :)

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  8. Yummy chutney Priya. I've never added sesame seeds to coconut chutney but my mom introduced to this recently. They sure make the chutney taste extra special.

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  9. Oh ur pachadi lists are tantalising Priya :) need to figure out which to make first !! Great job

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  10. beautiful...each so elegant...love this series of urs

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  11. Fantastic picture priya, I love how you managed to make that picture stand out even though you have the ingredients on the board..very nice shot..

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    1. Thanks valli. Didn't know it has come out so well, only after u said I am taking another look at it. All shot in a hurry before the light vanishes.

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  12. First of all, love that bowl and secondly love the addition of sesame in chutney. 2 dishes for the alphabet everyday!! Kalakkals Priya!

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  13. Ah this looks very good. Sending the link to vibha. She loves this

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