Lasunichi Chutney <Garlicky Coconut Chutney>

Couple of years back, when I was totally addicted to my blog space, I used to prepare dishes explicitly for this planetary. But today, I cook and if the dish clicks to go on this space, immediately snaps are clicked and saved. Later when I get time few notes are typed which can go over this blog.

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That’s the reason you are finding this post here. So when I had this huge garlic, I planned to prepare this Garlic coconut red chutney which My Mom prepares, and I adore it – especially with Methi Parathas. It wasn't much of a happening recipe but when all appreciated this humble chutney @work, I knew this should go here. So immediately snaps were clicked :)

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Quite a simple recipe :

  • Take a cup full of grated coconut along with say 7 dry red chillies and around 10-12 garlic cloves.
  • Blend to make a smooth paste, add salt and sugar if required.
  • You can add Tamarind paste say 2 tbsp else mix this with ladleful of curd. Done !

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Simple, tasty , addictive , garlicky smelly and red spicy. All loved it @my place, but you can minimize the garlic or red chillies if you are not a fan of it :)

I just realised that I’m just using 4 total ingredients. Hence this goes to Shobha’s Just 4 Fun event.logo1

And obviously this also fills me with those lovely memories where My Mom used to serve this with Methi Parathas, hence sending to couple of more events:

For U - Mum

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Happy Cooking and Posting about it :)

Comments

  1. Spicy and flavorful chutney..

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  2. this is a really nice spicy chutney!
    am following you through the gfc...do drop by my space when you get the time:)

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  3. If you like clicking, the you should try Pinterest.

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  4. wow nice version of chutney. it looks wonderful. I am also uploading my version of garlic chutney but it is dry.

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  5. this chutney looks just hot n spicy dear..colourful pics as always....loved it.....
    Maha

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  6. Love this garlicky chutney! Growing up it was served with simple moong dal khichdi and tomato saar.

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  7. wow..awesome recipe

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  8. yummmm....goes well with anything :)

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  9. love this chutney. whenever I go to Rajdhani for a meal I load my plate with this. looks awesome.

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  10. @HEma and @Santosh .. thanks :)

    @Simran .. so sweet of you .. yups will drop by.

    @Mini.. just going through pinterest .. still understanding what exactly we are supposed to do there.

    @Kanan.. thanks .. will take a look at your version too.

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  11. @maha @aarthi.. thanks :)

    @Nupur.. yups and this reminds me I haven’t prepared saar for v long time now.

    @aruna @ Lav @Kalpana.. thank you :)

    @sayantani.. yes true, rajdhani prepares this with difference.

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