Saturday, January 28, 2012

Spicy Peanut Chutney ( Groundnut Chutney / Mungfali Ki Chutney )

Jayanthy Kumaran | 04:03 |




Groundnut Chutney:

Peanut or Groundnut chutney makes a great accompaniment for many South Indian dishes like dosa / idli / samosa, pakoda or other fried snacks..!

It tastes fiery and easy to make. It just takes less than five minutes to cook .

Try out this delicious yet simple recipe of Peanut Chutney...!


Ingredients:


  • Grated coconut                         - ½ cup
  • Roasted peanuts                       - 1 cup
  • Tamarind                                   - a little
  • Red chilly                                  - 2 or 3
  • Oil                                            - 1 tsp
  • Mustard                                    - ¼ tsp
  • Cumin                                       - ¼ tsp
  • Split urad dal                            - ¼ tsp
  • Asafetida                                  - a pinch
  • Curry leaves                              - a few
  • Salt to taste
Method:


  1. Grind the grated coconut pieces to fine shreds.
  2. Add roasted peanuts, tamarind, salt, red chilly along with salt and a half cup of water.
  3. Blend  all the ingredients in a blender / mixer to a smooth paste.
  4. Transfer the chutney to a serving bowl.
  5. Heat oil in a pan for seasoning.
  6. Once hot, add mustard, cumin seeds, red chilly, split urad dal and let it turn golden brown.
  7. Add the curry leaves, asafetida pwd and turn off heat.
  8. Pour over chutney & mix well.
  1. Serve hot with spongy idly & golden crisp dosa.



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58 comments:

  1. yum!my mouth is watering...a nice crispy dosa and this chutney..a match made in heaven.

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  2. wow....yummy n spicy..hot hot...

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  3. Love this chutney any day...Wanna have some idli and chutney

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  4. Olá Jay,

    Adorei a sugestão de ficar delicioso...

    Tenha um Bom Dia!!!!
    1000 Beijokinhas

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  5. simply superb...i'm drooling over here.

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  6. When can I eat that kind of authentic chutney ? *sigh* ;D If only I can illegally download that hahahha & nothing beats homemade !

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  7. They Look Yummy

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  8. wow....my fav.chutney....super combo with idli and dosha....lovely dear

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  9. Hola Jay. Una salsa con cacahuete que por el aspecto que tiene debe ser una delicia.
    Que tengas un feliz fin de semana.
    Saludos

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  10. Lovely presentation, Jay! As a matter of fact, I also made coconut chutney for parathas today.

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  11. Too bad I can't eat peanuts. This really looks delicious! Yum!

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  12. My all time favorite. Yummy

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  13. Wow, looks great. I never had peanut chutney, must be yummy.

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  14. Love this chutney, I am typing this having my morning oats, your dosa platter with the chutney is just too tempting dear..

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  15. i love peanut chutney! looks yummy..:)

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  16. Great post. Can I use cashew instead? I am not a big fan of peanuts. Thanks!

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  17. This is a great chutney, Jay, I´m learning a lot from your blog, thank you!

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  18. Yes this a super chutney and goes well with south dishes.

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  19. adipoli Jay !!! that chutney looks awesome!

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  20. Yummy yummy chutney for gharma gharam dosaaa

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  21. Very nice jay :).. we don't add coconut when we do.. will try your method now..looks easy & yummy !

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  22. Sure it is a mouth watering chutney!

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  23. Seriously cant take my eyes from ur irresistible click,super tempting chutney.

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  24. One of my favorite recipes to go with dosas.. Loved it..!!


    My event- Valentines Day Special

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  25. Luvly!!!want to grab that idly n dip it and eat..:)

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  26. Very nice.... the peanut sauce looks silky soft

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  27. Thanks for inviting me to visit your blog...you have such wonderful recipes...I'd love for you to share some of them @CountryMommaCooks Link & Greet Party
    going on now-Sunday night……Have a wonderful weekend

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  28. lovely chutney and the blog...
    wow - love the clicks...

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  29. I totally love this chutney with crispy dosas.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  30. Thank you so much for your visit to my blog & your kind words..
    have a joyful sunday with your family..;)

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  31. A unique chutney..Can imagine the flavor..Yum!

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  32. I'd eat anything with peanuts. That recipe sound very interesting!

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  33. Delicious and yummy chutney..

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  34. OOhh I love this kind of sauces. delicious! kisses

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  35. nice clicks...yummy chutney..

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  36. yummy n spicy
    hot and tasty

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  37. I love anything with peanuts...this chutney looks nice a really nice idea...will b giving this a try soon...

    Thanks a lot for dropping by my space...DO come again... :-)
    I'll b visiting here often from now...

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com

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  38. Probably too hot for me, Jay, but I love the idea of it. Maybe I could do it with less heat 'cause I love anything peanuts.

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  39. wow....yummy n spicy..hot hot...

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  40. I have something new to cook! Lovely post.

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  41. Flavorful and spicy chutney..looks so good,will try

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  42. Hi Jay..
    Thanks for drop by my blog.. Sorry.. Takes a longer time to visit you back..
    Looks yummy your meal. Your Gobi Paratha reminds me to the movie that I used and like to watche..MUJSE DOSTI KAROGE.. I've been watching this movie more than couple of times..hahaha...

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  43. Lovely and yummy chutney. Love the addition of coconut in this

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  44. i love peanut chutney with dosas... looks yum :)

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  45. Nice recipe for peanut chutney, perfect for idli dosa!

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  46. WOW! I love south indian food. I love this chutney. It is so yum.

    Love
    http://www.meghasarin.blogspot.com

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  47. simply superb...i'm drooling over here.

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  48. How delicious! I have never had a chutney like this before but will want to try it for sure :)
    Fantastic recipe Jay!

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  49. one of all time favorite chutney..yummu yummy

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  50. Chutney looks delicious and mouthwatering

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  51. Jay, I love this chutney very much. Yours look so tempting.

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  52. This looks amazing! In my island we make a chutney almost like yours, and there's never any left overs!

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