Monday, November 25, 2013

Pachamulaku Thengaa Chammanthi


Ingredients
  1. Grated coconut - 1/2 of a coconut
  2. Green Chilli - 3- 4 nos.
  3. Garlic - 2
  4. Curry Leaves - 1 Sprig
  5. Salt - as needed

Preparation
Simply grind all the ingredients to a coarsely ground smooth paste .(It should not be a smooth paste, a bit grainy)


Notes
  • Do not add water
  • If you use a mixer , it gives a different taste .

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25 comments:

  1. awesome clicks... delicious and simple chutney :)

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  2. going to make it now, thanks for the recipe

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  3. This looks like such a refreshing appetizer! I'm going to introduce it for Thanksgiving. Thanks, Preetha!

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    1. Wow!!! Thank you so much Colette. yups!!! It will be a great dip / spread.. with any starters/snacks..

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  4. Thank you so much Chacko... chammanthiyum, chorum pinne pappadavum...yumm..Do adjust spiciness according to your level. Do reply me your review

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  5. chutney looks super yumm and love the clicks :)

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  6. Chutney looks wonderful, would love it in breakfast

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  7. good cliks...love to take with dosa

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  8. Our own chammanthi looks so tasty.....lovely click

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  9. I adore this chutney, so simple and adds so much fun to a meal. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Thank you so much Minnie...it is very simple to make.. just give a grind.. phew... ready on our plate..

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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog Preetha!! The chamanthi looks so yum and I would love to have it with a bowl of streaming plain rice!!!

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    1. Your welcome Shibi. And thank you for the comments..Chammanthi and steamy rice.. yumm alle..

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  11. Thank u so much for dropping by my space... I am new to ur space and was so glad to land up here... u have a great collection of recipes and have captured it so well....glad to be following u :)

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  12. Pachhamulaku thenga chaammanthi adipoli. love it.

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  13. Very simple and delicious chammanthi. Beautiful presentation.

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