Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Yoghurt and Coconut chutney.




Yoghurt/ Coconut Chutney- A sweet and sour chutney , made with cooling sour yoghurt, sweetness from the coconut and the heat from the green chillies. A lovely accompaniment to south Indian dishes such as idli and dosas.




Ingredients:

1 cup natural yoghurt( hung)
2 green chillies finely chopped
2 oz fresh grated coconut
¾ teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon sugar

For tempering:

1 teaspoon sunflower oil
2 dried red chillies
½ teaspoon whole cumin seeds (jeera)
1 teaspoon urad dhal
6-8 curry leaves

Method:

1.Line a sieve with a muslin cloth and pour the yoghurt in it. Leave for the water to drain out for 30 mins(This is called hung yoghurt)
2.Transfer the hung yoghurt to a bowl , add the coconut, and green chillies. Mix and keep aside.
3. Heat the oil in a pan add the red chillies, urad dall, whole jeera and curry leaves.
4. Add the tempering to yoghurt/coconut mixture and stir, Add salt and sugar.
5.Transfer to a serving bowl

Serve with masala dosa, the recipe for this you will find here. As we are nearing valentines day,I made heart shaped dosas using the same batter as in the recipe.Due to them being rather small I could not roll them but served them as a side with the potato masala and above chutney,



Submitted to:

Priyas easy and tasty recipies-Hearts for valentines day event



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27 comments:

  1. The chutney looks great! I like that there is coconut in it. I love coconut!

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  2. Wow, hearty dosa..chutney looks yummy and delicious..

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  3. Coconut chutney sounds interesting...looks good with the dosas :)

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  4. Nice chutney recipe,i too add yogurt when i make coconut chutney...nice heart dosa too...

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  5. Love this chutney, dear and the heart shaped dosa looks so cute.

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  6. really useful 4 dose who knows da art! i wish i too knew :P

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  7. what are the odds! I amade something similar to this few days ago and we call it Shunti Tambli. I saw something like this today on ISG's blog.

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  8. I make a similar chutney. But don't add any sugar. Wow..heart shaped dosas!!!

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  9. Cute presentation.....nice event recipe

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  10. Yoghurt and coconut chutney looks wonderful and it sounds so delicious with coconut, YUM! I'm a big fan of coconut! Your heart shape dosas look lovely, such a great idea for Valentine's Day!

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  11. Wowww love those hearty dosas...thanks for sending to my event dear...chutney sounds delicious and new to me...

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  12. i love that chutney.. my mom makes it with idli dosa..she also adds coriander.. btw i tried one of ur salads with herb dressing and also falafel.. followed ur method with just a small variation.. i make falafel only with chick peas.. my hubby loved it.. and i am surely making it again.. thanks for sharing such easy to follow recipes..

    U rock!

    Cheers

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  13. The Chutney looks great and those hearty dosa's look so cute! I make this chutney too with only one difference that I add Coriander leaves also:)

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  14. coconut chutney with yogurt,new to me.dosa looks so nice.

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  15. Nice chutney and lovely hearty dosa.

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  16. Hey, Dear..love this heart dosa..like this chutney..

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  18. Chutney looks yummy.. heart shaped dosas looks so cute.

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  19. The chutney sounds very yummy and the heart shaped dosa are very cute and lovely!!!

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  20. I loved that plate.... Everything on that plate is nice & beautiful.... Yummy too, undoubtedly..... Heartilicious DOSAS!!!!

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  21. Wow.. nice recipe!!.. and beautiful palate:):).. new chutney recipe with yoghurt!

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  22. wow yogurt n coconut chutney...very yuumy n innovative combo...thse heart shaped dosas luk very very cute

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  23. Wow
    A simple presentation made ur post different and special with an awesome professional touch to the picture.
    Nice picture presentation.
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  24. hi
    Blogging after 4 months again.
    Missed a lot of fabulous recipes.
    An easy chutney for me ready in 5 min.
    Looking for more easy recipes for idli and dosa.
    My nausea is not letting me cook much foods after my pregnancy.
    Can u pls suggest me ur easiest and nutritious breakfast ready in 5 min.
    Even an instant ones too.

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