Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Shunti chutney (Ginger chuntey/dip)

Sorry people for vanishing without notice. I was enjoying my vacations in India. After I'm back from my trip, I am in no mood to cook. Hence, for the next couple of weeks until I settle down, I am planning to post the recipes that are waiting in my drafts.

Shunti/Ginger chutney is a versatile side dish/dip that goes well with any South Indian breakfast items like dosa, idli, rotti, chapathi, upma or uttappam. Here is the recipe for those who wish to try!



Ingredients:
For chutney:
Grated coconut: 1 cup
Ginger: 1 inch (fresh)
Roasted gram dal/putani/hurigadale: 1 tbsp
Tamarind extract: 1/4 tsp (thick extract)
Green chillies: 2 nos
Salt: According to taste
Coriander leaves: 1 tbsp (optional)

For tempering:
Oil: 1 tsp
Mustard seeds: 1/4 tsp
Curry leaves: 4 nos
Urad dal: 1/2 tsp (optional)

Method:

  • Remove the skin of the ginger & chop it.
  • Mix all the ingredients(except tempering ingredients), add little water & grind them to a smooth paste. Adjust the consistency of the chutney by adding water. Scoop out the paste in a bowl.
  • Now prepare the tempering by adding oil to a small pan When oil is hot, add mustard seeds & urad dal. When dal turns golden, add curry leaves & turn off the heat. 
  • Pour the tempering over the chutney, mix well & serve.

PS: During my vacation, I have received many comments. I remember that there were some recipe requests & awards too. I'll collect the awards and look at your requests soon. Thanks for your patience !!!

13 comments:

  1. Hey! Long time no c..... Good to have u back..... Very tempting dip that surely is... & what is that piece of ginger peeping into the bowl for???? ;) Hugs ))))

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  2. hey!
    thanks for the quick comment Asha. I was on vacations for a month.
    Regarding the ginger.., he he.., it was my son who wanted to put it there :)

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  3. hi sush,
    first visit to ur blog ...u got a wonderful space ....how was ur vacation in india ...hope u enjoyed a lot ...
    ur's ginger chutney looks wonderful ...never try this chutney ...thanks for sharing
    if u get time do visit my blog

    satya
    http://superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. hi sush,hope your had a great vacation...ginger chutney looks yum,love the ginger flavour and even i do this at times..

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  5. Hey dear gud to see you back...was wondering where u disappear :) ..this is new chutney for me and looks so fab

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  6. Gud to see u back...
    I make this but I call this coocnut chutney only---one of the flavors tat I give to coconut chutney...
    looks yumm

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  7. Thats a beautiful chutney..

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  8. the ginger chutney looks very tempting and yum.

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  9. Trust you had a fab time in India..I am looking forward to mine :)
    chutney looks yummolicious..

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  10. Hope u had a great vacation

    Chutney looks so yum,would love to have it with fluffy idlis!!

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  11. hope u enjoyed ur vccation..
    the ginger chutney looks so delicious
    like to have with idli dosa.. good for stomach too

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  12. This is some thing new to me, ginger chutney sounds very flavorful!

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