Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Mulaku chutta chamanthi/ Roasted Dry red chilli chamanthi







Ingredients

1) Dry red chillies      - 12 nos


2) Shallots            -  30 nos

    Tamarind           - a small gooseberry size

3)  Salt   as needed

    Sugar        - 2 pinch

4) Coconut oil  - 4 tsp







Preparation

Heat oil in a pan, fry red chillies. Transfer the red chillies, shallots and tamarind to a blender. Grind them coarsely. Now remove this to a serving bowl. Add salt, sugar and coconut oil to this. Combine every thing well and serve. Goes well with rice and kappa vevichathu.




27 comments:

  1. Looks so tasty!! Drooling over here!!
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  2. Looks delicious... Awesome clicks

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  3. Wow.. my friend used to make this for us.. But she used to directly roast the red chilly over flame.. Tastes awesome with kanji :) Adipoli Beena :)

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  4. oh...this is my absolute favorite and a speciality of my grandma!! Love it!

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

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  5. i still remember eating this with "Arikanji" with "playila" when we go to our native kerala. ah enthoru swadhaye sadanama ithu - vellam varunnu kanumbo

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  6. very yummy and spicy dear, even my mom makes it but no sugar and instead of coconut oil its gingelly oil. Now iam going to try your version.

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  7. so this is like dry spicy chutney? will try it as a side dish , love spicy so just add it in curries an dals too.

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  8. hot n spicy chutney...perfect with kappa n rice, so good!

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  9. kappa koode kitiyal mathi, adipoli.

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  10. Wow, very less ingredient & look at the outcome, just looking divine!!
    I'm sure it would be super spicy, but at the same time it would be super tasty. I think i will have this with dosa or curd rice :)

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  11. Looking very tempting...... I will try this.

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  12. wow spicy n yummy... Love to taste this!!

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  13. One of my fav from hostel days,looks tempting..

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  14. New to me and sounds delicious.Glad to follow you back.

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  15. Thanks for landing on my page, I loved your blog, definitely it stand out among the crowd. Happily following you back
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  16. ooh wow!!! super spicy....yumm yumm...love it..thottu kootan maathram pakshae....:)

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  17. I am drooling here Beena. Spicy and delicious

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  18. looks mouthwatering...just delicious!

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  20. This so interesting, that little ingredients for a burst of chili and spicy flavors. Yum to this side or condiments and sure I am on the go for it.

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