Coconut Chutney

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Today we are going to make a must-have authentic accompaniment to south Indian breakfast, which is the delicious coconut chutney. Idli and dosa are popular south Indian dishes and are incomplete without the coconut chutney. One of the reasons that makes this chutney popular is the ease of making it and the use of minimal ingredients. All you need is to grind the coconut, some daliye ki daal, chilies, garlic with water to make a fine paste and the nariyal chutney is ready. Nariyal ki chutney takes just a few minutes to prepare and also it goes well with almost every dish cooked in the Indian kitchen. This is the reason it is a popular accompaniment to breakfast.
If you liked this recipe, also try South Indian Tomato Chutney

    10 Mins
    Chef Meghna
    2-3 People


For Chutney:
1 cup finely shredded fresh coconut
Some daliye ki daal
2 green chillies
A small piece of onion (optional)
Garlic clove (optional)
a spoonful of water
Salt per taste
For Tadka:
1 tsp oil
Some mustard seeds (Rai ke daane)
Dry red chillies
Fresh Curry leaves (kadi patta)


Love South Indian food, it's so light, tasty and easy on budgets. Coconut chutney is something that goes with all the South Indian dishes. Enjoy the recipe.
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In a mixie jar, take a cup of fresh shredded coconut
Add some dalia ki daal
Add green chillies, Onion and garlic clove
Now add curd
and some water
Add salt per taste
Churn the mixture in the mixie
Coconut chutney mix is ready
Now time to prepare tadka to spill on chutney
Heat up a small pan & take 1 tsp oil
Add some mustard seeds
Wait till you hear crackling sounds
Now add dry red chillies and some fresh curry leaves
Let it get hot
Switch off the  gas and spill tadka on top of coconut chutney
Enjoy this coconut chutney as a condiment with dosa, uttapam, idly, vada, Upma and other South Indian food items.

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