Jul 7, 2008

Coriander Chutney

A very simple and easy to make thovayal.
Ingredients
Coriander - 1 bunch
curry leaves - 10
Garlic - 4 pods
Tamarind paste - 1/2 tsp
Green chillies - 3
salt
For seasoning
oil - 1 tblsp
urad dhal, mustard
currly leaves
Method
Grind everything under the ingredients with
less water to a nice paste.
Heat a kadai with oil.
Add urad dhal, mustard, curry leaves.
After it splutters add the grinded paste.
Keep the flame in simmer.
Let the raw smell of the coriander goes out.
This would take 1o min.
Thovayal tastes great with curd rice or even
with Idli,Dosa.

17 comments:

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

My fav chutney .. looks good

Laavanya said...

oh.. no coconut? Almost all the thovaiyals i've had - mint or coriander have some coconut in the ingredient list.
Kamala.. i saw your email - thanks so much for the pic. of kalpasi. I will respond soon... :)

Asha said...

I like it, I add mint too. Only problem with this chutney is when it turns dark,even though we add lemon juice to it. But tastes doesn't change though. Looks great Kamala!:)

Cham said...

Chutney without coconut, good one Kamala :) I love coriander chutn!

Madhavi said...

Chutney looks gooood :))

Suma Rajesh said...

i add coconut also....this is intereting one ..will try this too....it will be good combo woth hot idlies...wooo yum

Srivalli said...

that looks good kamala..I make with dosa...dont' like these with idlis..:)

easycrafts said...

Its my fav..my granny would make this for me long time ago...reminds of me of those days

ranji said...

now who doesnt like coriander chutney :)..coriander is every indians fav herb....love them in everything...looks gr8 kamala..

Uma said...

wow, the chutney looks awesome Kamala! nice color too.

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Illatharasi said...

I love coriander, and chutney without coconut ... hmm, gud:)

Kamala, I have added you to my blogroll:)

Sia said...

quite different to what i make at home. never ground curry leaves with coriander leaves for chutney.

Madhuram said...

For long time I'm in search for the perfect coriander chutney. I have tried different types, but somehow I'm not getting the taste my grandmother used to make. Let me try this method Kamala.

Bhawana said...

This is nice post :). A little different what I make.

easycrafts said...

I have something for u on my blog

Divya Vikram said...

I have tried this chutney..But I dont get the taste as amma makes..Will try this one..

Madhuram said...

I made this chutney today Kamala. It came out very well. We all liked it so much, especially my mother. Thanks for the recipe. I think I got the perfect coriander chutney recipe and I'm going to keep making this regularly.