Saturday, February 7, 2009

GRAM DHAL CHUTNEY

I learnt this chutney from my mother.. my gal love to eat this with chapatti/dosa/idly. When we get bored with regular coconut and tomato chutney we can make this one for different taste. It’s Very Simple and yummy chutney.

Grandma's tasty chutney to her lovable grand daughter.

INGREDIENTS

Gram dhal 3 tsp
Dried red chilli 3
Grated coconut 1 cup
Salt to taste
Oil, mustard and curry leaves for tampering.

METHOD

Heat little oil and fry the gram dhal and dried red chilli.
Cool and grind along with coconut added with salt and water.
Tamper with tapering item. Fry the curry leaves while tampering.
Spread it over the chutney and serve with any Tiffin items.
Accompanies well with dosa/Idly/chappathi/pongal

2. TOMATO AND ONION CHUTNEY -A TASTY COMBO

These two chutneys are going to

1. FIC - Orange hosted by Aparna started by Harini.

2. Chutney/ Dip Mania Event by Ramya of Mane Adige

3. Pedatha's Cooking for kids with Love Event.

HERE IS THE PIC OF MY MOM AND MY AUGHTER.

28 comments:

jeyashrisuresh said...

this chutney is new to me.Will try it next time when i make dosa.

Ann said...

Hema,missing home seeing all those yummy chutney..

Yasmeen said...

Both the chutney looks very flavorful and nutritious,I'd love it too with dosa or roti:)

sriharivatsan said...

Different Chutney which i have never heard of or tasted of..Have to give a try..

Malar Gandhi said...

Hi Hema,

Thuvaiyal/chutney sounds nice and healthy...I love to eat this with even rasam rice. Yeah good variation from the regular chutney...

Preety said...

hey i never tried these chutney..looks yumm

Check out the roundup Of Cooking For kids event

http://preetyskitchen.blogspot.com/2009/02/cooking-for-kids-milk-products-roundup.html

SRIRAM said...

Hi

I love this chutney. It's look yummy.

sriram said...

Hi

How to prepare kothamali Chutney. Could you please pubish. But it should be very tasty. OK. I love Kothamali Chutney for pongal

Varsha Vipins said...

Lovely chutney n whoa ..u started decorations n al aah?..:)

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thank u all for the nice words.

rekhas kitchen said...

yum yum yummy both are looking so mouthwatering lovely entry s hema

Jayashree said...

The gram dal chutney is something Iam very fond of too.

Aparna said...

Thanks for sending such a delicious entry for FIC orange, Hema.

n33ma said...

Thanks for sharing Hema ,I've been looking for this recipe.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

super chutney.. try panren next time..mom's recipes are always great.

Happy cook said...

Chutney looks yummy.

AnuSriram said...

Chutney looks yummy.. I love it hot and spicy..

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Vij said...

Yummy chutney hema! looks lovely.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Wonderful chutney recipes. Looks so good. YUM!... Will try it soon...

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow yummy chutnies....

Jaishree said...

The chutney looks very flavorful & yum. Ilove these chutneys.

Viki Xavier. said...

yummy dhal chutney. we call it as kadalai paruppu thovaiyal. Even good with a humble rasam rice.

Usha said...

Looks delicious :-)

Sharmi said...

Thanks a lot for a nice recipe. I will try the chutney for sure. Your daughter looks cute.

Rajee said...

Glad to see picture of ur daughter with ur mom. Lovely 2 chutneys, you've posted. They're little difference from mine. Thanks for sharing, Hema.

Rajee said...

Glad to see ur daughter with ur Mom. 2 lovely chutneys. They're quiet difference from mine. Thanks for sharing, Hema.

Linda said...

Hi Hema,

My first visit here via Pedatha's site, and what a lovely story and recipes! Your daughter and mom are beautiful :)

Best wishes from Massachusetts,
Linda