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August 14, 2010

Groundnut / Veerkadali / Nilakkadalai Chutney

     The ground chutney is  one of the most popular south Indian Chutneys. It has a very different taste from the standard coconut chutney.
This recipe adhers to our traditional method which I have learnt it from my mother 
and grandmother.  

Ground Nut
1 cup
Grated Coconut
½ cup
Red Chilly
4 flakes
1 small
Jaggery (powdered)
1 tbsp
To taste

1. Take a pan and dry roast the groundnuts till it becomes golden brown color.
2. Cool down and rub/peel the skins off.
3. Add all the ingredients except tomato in a blender.
4. Add the tomato at the half ground level and grind it again. Do not grind the ingredients too fine. Add little amount of water to grind.

Groundnut Chutney goes well with Idly and dosas.

Note : No need for tempering.


Sathya- MyKitchenodyssey said...

Hmm yummy chutney..You add tomatoes too this is the secret of the chutney orange color


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