Groundnut Chutney Powder/Groundnut Dip Powder





  

Ingredients:
  • Groundnut: 250gm
  • Roasted Gram: 50gm
  • Red chilly ( Badgi): 10 (optional)
  • Red chilly (guntur): 10
  • Curry leaves: 1/2handful
  • Tamarind: 1 small lemon size
  • Dry Coconut: 100gm (grated)
  • Salt: to taste
  • Jaggery: 1tbsp
Note: Badagi & guntur both are red chillies. The difference is badagi gives good colour & it is not much spicy. Guntur is very hot like other chillies.

Method:
  • Dry roast groundnut & remove the covering.
  • Roast red chilly & curry leaves separately.
  • Lightly dry roast dry coconut & tamarind separately.
  • First coarsely grind roasted gram & groundnut. Keep aside in a mixing bowl.
  • Dry grind salt, red chilly, tamarind, curry leaves, dry coconut & jaggery, add to the groundnut powder bowl & mix well.
  • Once again grind all ingredients for 2rounds to mix it.
  • Groundnut chutney powder is ready to serve.
  • Store it in the tight jar or bottle. You can store it for 6 months.

While serving mix it with yogurt or ghee (clarified butter) & serve with chapatti, dosa, idli or rice.


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24 comments:

Priya said...

Such a delicious chutney powder, thanks for sharing..

Swathi said...

Nice chutney powder. looks really good.

Cool Lassi(e) said...

This is new to me. Must try!

Uma said...

i like this chutney with dosas.. tastes good with curd..
perfectly done!

Gulmohar said...

Delicious and simple..

Nithu Bala said...

lovely podi..like to have it with crisp dosas

Gita Jaishankar said...

Nice colorful podi...looks very spicy...must taste so good with rice :)

srividhya Ravikumar said...

Mouth watering chutney powder.. awesomr.. do drop in at my site whenever.. following you

SathyaSridhar said...

Very spicy n yummy chutney powder dear,,,

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Love this simple yet tasty dip, thanks for sharing dear..

Jagruti said...

wow..chutney powder looks superb..never made it..

CHAITRA said...

Spicy powder and tastes best when served with idli or dosa.


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Susie said...

Cool!!

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Sarah Naveen said...

Nice recipe...

CoconutPalmDesigns said...

That looks really yummy!

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AdukalaVishesham said...

tasty chutney powder... will definitely give it a try

Uma said...

Hi Madhura! how are you?

Madhura Manoj said...

@Uma,I am good How r u?

Priya said...

ummm.. delicious.. love the pic :)

Uma said...

Hey Madhura, glad to know that you are fine. See you soon :)

Angie's Recipes said...

Thanks for sharing such a practical and delicious recipe!

Malar Gandhi said...

Nice chutney podi/powder...love it.

sangeeta said...

Loved this chutney powder.

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