Dry Garlic Chutney

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Garlic chutney is very famous in Maharashtra, India. Here is how I make the spicy, tasty chutney which can be eaten with many dishes like Vada Pav, Bhaji Pav, Dhokla, Samosa

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time 5-7 minutes

Ingredients:
Garlic – 10 to 15 cloves
Coriander seeds – ¼ cup
Cumin – 1 tsp
Roasted split gram – ½ cup
Shredded Coconut – ½ cup
Red chili powder – 1 to 2 tbsp.
Salt to taste

Procedure:
1. Roast coriander, cumin, split gram in a dry pan until you can smell the aroma. Add shredded coconut at the end and remove from the heat. Remove the roasted mixture in a plate.IMG_44742. Roast garlic cloves in the same pan with little oil for a minute
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3. Grind all the ingredient including salt and chili powder in a mixer, do not add water
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Enjoy the hot and spicy chutney. It can be store in a fridge for few days.

if you have tried this chutney, I would love to hear from you

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  1. […] 1. Soak Rice, urad dal, soya bean and fenugreek seed in water for 4-5 hrs. 2. Grind it in Mixer to a fine paste, add salt and leave it in a warm place to ferment overnight. 3. Add yogurt few hours before making Dhokla 4. In a big wok or Fry pan or pressure cooker add the water and let it boil 5. In the batter mix green chili, ginger, garlic paste and 1 tablespoon of oil 6. Pour the batter in a greased thali and sprinkle red chili and black pepper powder 7. Put in the steamer to steam for around 15 minutes 8. After 15 minutes take it out and let it rest for 5 minutes. 9. Make square pieces and serve with green chutney and dry garlic chutney […]

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