This is a very popular chutney of Maharashtra.. It is usually served with vada pav. It tastes good with puris and bhakri as well.
Garlic ...... 2 pods (crushed)
Onion ....... 1 (grated) - optional
Red chilli Powder ....2-3 tbsp.
Dry coconut grated .... 1 tbsp.
Coriander powder ....1 tsp.
Cumin powder ......... 1 tsp.
Turmeric powder .... 1/2 tsp.
Salt ... to taste
Oil ... 1-2 tbsp.
In a pan heat the oil and saute the onion till water dries, add garlic... stir fry and add all the other ingredients. The consistency has to be dry like crumbs.
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Dal garlic chutney is amazing...nice recipe
Thanks Vishali.If you like it to be still spicy you can add more red chillies.In Maharashtra they add more than what I have shown in the recipe.Delete
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Love this version as it has less coconut
I was searching this dry garlic chutney, today got it. Wonderfully made Shobha, thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
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This is one of my fav chutneys, this is popularly used with Vada pavReplyDelete
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Yes dear .. love it tooDelete
Love garlic and the chutney looks tempting.ReplyDelete
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I have never heard of this but it sounds really delicious, will certainly give it a try. Thanks!ReplyDelete
It is very spicy Heather.. you can adjust the spice level.Delete
This looks delicious and a great accompaniment.ReplyDelete
Yes specially with vada pavDelete