Coconut chutney recipe, How to make coconut chutney for idly dosa
Coconut chutney recipe, hotel style coconut chutney with stepwise pictures. A simple and popular south indian coconut chutney that goes well with idli,dosa and tiffin. This quick and easy coconut chutney tastes just like hotel coconut chutney and is made using fresh coconut and lentils.
Coconut chutney recipe is a simple and versatile chutney made with coconut that goes well with idli, dosa and tiffin.
My family just loves coconut chutney. In general, when we go to restaurants and order dosa or idli, we would prefer coconut chutney as an accompaniment.
I have tried several coconut chutneys, but this one has the best taste. It matches the exact taste of the hotel chutney. For certain recipes like semiya upma, masal dosa and even ven pongal, I would want coconut chutney as an accompaniment.
When I make idli and dosa for my guest, I usually make this hotel-style coconut chutney as an accompaniment along with small onion chutney and sambar. My guests usually love the flavor of this chutney. If I have leftover coconut chutney, I would mix the remaining chutney with a cup of batter and make dosa the next day. My kids call it fondly as coconut chutney dosa. I learned this tip from Chef Jacob.
Try once and you’ll know.
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How to make coconut chutney recipe for idli dosa:
1. Grind the fresh coconut, roasted chickpeas, green chillies, ginger, garlic, and salt to a smooth paste. Add very little water and grind it once again. If you want the chutney to be little watery, add more water or else add little water.2. Transfer the chutney to a serving bowl.In a small pan, heat oil. Add mustard seeds and when it splutters, add curry leaves. Add this seasoning to the coconut chutney. Stir well.Now, coconut chutney is ready! Serve with dosa, idly and ven pongal.