Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tried and Tasted on Tuesday's (3T's) : Oct 12th 2010

Dear Friends, today I am sharing with you all a cilantro chutney recipe that I tried a few days ago from one of the websites that I came across while googling for a recipe that was differnt from the usual one I make. I ended up making this delicious chutney with a few changes and I should say it was a very delicious and yummy chutney that sure would win the hearts of everyone.It goes well as a side with idly,dosa,upma or any Indian snack or appetizer and will definitely make a wonderful sandwich spread.

This recipes author is Bhakti Satalkar and it is posted in the website http://www.buzzle.com/ under the name Coriander Chutney .

Coriander/Cilantro Chutney Recipe :
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Ingredients :
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•Coriander 1 bunch
•Small Onion (chopped) ¼
•Grated Coconut ¼ cup
•Ginger  ½"
•Garlic 1cloves
•Spicy Green Chili 2
•Cumin Seed ½ teaspoon
•Lemon Juice 1 tablespoon
•Salt as per taste
Sugar ½ teaspoon

Preparation :
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•Roast cumin seeds in a heavy bottom pan, till the seeds are fragrant.Make sure, you do not burn the seeds.Let the spices cool down a little before you blend.

•In a blender, add coriander, cumin seeds, onion, coconut, ginger,garlic, green chili, lemon juice,sugar and salt ,blend till smooth.

•Add a little water if needed to make the chutney smooth and a little less thick in consistency.

•Delicious CIlantro Chutney is ready to be served with idly,dosa or as a sandwich spread.

Note :
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 I posted the recipe only to show the changes I made.If you want you can just follow the original recipe shared in the link above.

18 comments:

  1. I so love the beautiful color of this chutney!

    US Masala

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  2. Yummy chutney kiran i can taste with the ingredients.

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  3. I love coriander chutney. It is so yummy

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  4. Pass that bowl please, of course with some steaming idlis!

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  5. Great looking green chutney Kiran..

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  6. delicious chutney.. love the colour...

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  7. Lovely coloured chutney!!! Yummmy ;)

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  8. Lovely green chutney..Looks refreshing.

    Aaha Oho

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  9. i was going through previous posts and saw ur comment in one..im so sorry in d delay i made to msg back..my 8month old princess is keeping me busy with her.. happy to follow you :)

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  10. I still have a few cilantro stems in the garden Kiran. Will surely try this method before winter kicks in.

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  11. Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love

    learning more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful for me.

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