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Coriander Roasted Dal Chutney

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Fresh coriander is hard to come by during summer and when available, its exorbitantly priced. My vegetable vendor who supplies fresh vegetables, grown in his small farm, brought 2 bunches of fresh coriander. Delighted, I put my favorite herb to use by way of an easy breezy chutney to go with our morning breakfast, Dosa. Makes for a wonderful side with tiffins like dosas and idlis.

Coriander Roasted Dal Chutney Recipe

Prep & Cooking: 10 mts

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Ingredients:

1 1/4 cups chopped fresh coriander leaves, packed

2 green chillis (slit lengthwise)

2 tbsps roasted channa dal/bhuna chana/dalia

2 tbsps grated coconut

salt to taste

2 tsps oil

1 Heat oil in a vessel, add green chillis and saute for a mt. Remove from vessel and keep aside. In the same vessel add the coriander leaves and saute for 3-4 mts. Remove from heat and cool.
2 Grind the roasted chana dal, coriander leaves, green chillis, coconut and salt to a paste, adding little water. Remove onto a serving bowl and serve with tiffins like Dosa or Idli.

Coriander Roasted Dal Chutney Recipe

Prep time: 2 min
Cook time: 4 min
Yield: 4
Main Ingredients: coriander leaves roasted chana dal

Fresh coriander is hard to come by during summer and when available, its exorbitantly priced. My vegetable vendor who supplies fresh vegetables, grown in his small farm, brought 2 bunches of fresh coriander. Delighted, I put my favorite herb to use by way of an easy breezy chutney to go with out morning breakfast, Dosa.

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By • May 19th, 2010 • Category: All Recipes, Andhra Recipes, Indian Chutney Recipes - Pachadi, Indian Vegan Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes

  • http://www.rajendermanju.blogspot.com Manju Rajender

    Sailu, I loved the look of dosa…perfect golden colour. Chutney seems to be very healthy :)

  • Anu

    Yumm!! I will definitely try next time.

  • http://sumanjsingh.wordpress.com/ Suman

    WOW..the look of that made me hungry…simple yet satisfying meal…delicious!

  • http://hemavinsamayaldiary.blogspot.com Hema

    We almost have dosa daily, will try that chutney soon..may be today:)

  • sarita

    Hi Sailu

    Your dosa looks perfect and crisp.
    Do you use the traditional pan or nonstick pan

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      I use traditional iron tawa, Sarita. Also use non-stick once in a while. Both yield good results.

  • Tiku

    Have been haunting your site lately. Thanks for the wonderful recipes.
    Have never sauted coriander for a chutney before.
    Again, am looking forward to trying out all your recipes.

  • http://mharorajasthanrecipes.blogspot.com/ Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

    Lovely looks chutney. I would love it with plain steamed rice as well :)

  • Shreya

    I always make this chutney and my son is a huge fan of this!!

  • Raja

    sailu garu can u plz post fish fry (boneless), may be it tastes like egg fry..

  • Kalyani

    hi Sailu:

    I also make this at home..its indeed heaven with crisp dosa / idli…
    One variation that could be tried out (which we add is) to fry 1/2 lemon size tamarind as well to add that extra zing and few crystals of sugar as well.. alternately, one may also add lime juice just before serving…

    cheers

  • JS

    Dear Sailu:

    This Chutney is very simple to make, and there is no seasoning required.
    Great recipe and idea. I must try this!

    JS

  • http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/ AshaLatha R K Prasad

    I just drooled non stop over this luscious capture….. Desperate for dosas, now……. & would try this chutney soon for my next ‘Dosa’-ge (dosage);-)

    Ash…..

  • aparna

    Sailu garu,

    Can I substitute anything else for the coconut in this chutney ?

    Thanks.

    Omit it if you do not have coconut on hand. There is no substitute for coconut but you could roast a few sesame seeds OR use melon seeds (need not be roasted).

  • Ravi Chandran

    I tried it and found it to be great! thank you!