Friday, April 15, 2011

Spicy Avocado-Coconut-Mango Chutney

To all the Malayali Friends/Visitors of Sumadhura :

നവവത്സര  ആശംസകല്‍

This is another healthy chutney I made yesterday that turned out  very delicious.This chutney is a combination of healthy ingredients - Avocado,Coconut and Mango.This tastes great with warm rice,as a spread for bread toast,and also as a spread for veggie wraps.We tried it all the three ways and we enjoyed it,hope you would too.

Let's see how this delicious and healthy chutney is made------


Main Ingredients :
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Ripe Avocado.......................2(pitted and peeled)
Coconut................................1/2 cup
Green Mango........................4pieces(3" size with peel on)
Green Chilly..........................4(to your taste)
Garlic....................................3 cloves
Corinader.............................handful
Lemon Juice........................2 tbsp
Turmeric...............................1/8 tsp
Salt......................................to taste

Seasoning Ingredients :
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Canola Oil........................1tbsp
Chana Daal......................1tsp
Urad Daal........................1tsp
Cumin Seeds....................1tsp
Coriander Seeds..............2tsp
Mustard Seeds................1/2tsp
Methi Seeds....................4seeds
Red Chilly........................1
Asafoetida.......................pinch

Preparation :
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Add all the main ingredients to a blender and blend them well.


Now place a pan on the stove on medium high heat and add oil to it.Once the oil is hot add the seasoning ingredients and when the seeds start to splutter,add asafoetida and switch off the stove.


Keep a little seasoning aside and add rest of it to the avocado mix in the blender and blend  so that flavors mix in well.Remove the blend mix into serving bowl and add the remaining seasoning to it.


Delicious Avocado-Coconut-Mango Chutney is ready to be served.


Note :
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1) I used frozen coconut and frozen green mango pieces.The mango pieces were 3 inch size and had the peel on them.

2) As the mango was not very sour ,I used lemon juice.If your mango is sour you can skip the lemon juice.Chutney was not very sour,but if you like yours sour add more lemon juice.

3) The addition of corinder seeds to the seasoning enhanced the flavor of the chutney.

15 comments:

  1. Very innovative recipe it looks delicious.

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  2. Wonderful and very interesting chutney..

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  3. Thanks for the wishes Kiran.. The chutney looks great..

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  4. That is such an excellent combo of flavors. Adding avocado to regular mango coconut chutney is taking it to a different level. I may give it a try and welcome back to regular posting. Did you get my email?

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  5. luv the combo of exotic flavors, great click too.

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  6. Nice combo. Looks colorful and yummy.

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  7. Lovely combo! It's very exotic as well!

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  8. Nice for dips Kiran. Looks great too.

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  9. Creamy avacado complements the tanginess of the mango and the flavor of coconut so very well,chutney looking very yummy.Kiran you can find manathakali vathal in south indian stores,if not you can find out if they can get from Chennai,its quite popular there.

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  10. This looks amazing - I am intrigued by the combined flavors of the avocado and the mangoes... Certainly has piqued my curiosity to try out this recipe - thanks for sharing Kiran :)

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  11. wonderful combination. Sounds good.

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