Chow-Chow Kothamalli Chutney Recipe - Chayote Coriander Chutney
Chow-Chow Kothamalli Chutney Recipe| Chayote Coriander Chutney is one of my signature vegetable chutney recipes. I love to make vegetable chutneys a lot as it tastes different from the usual coconut or coriander chutney and also I love to include a vegetable dip with my main dish. Adding veggies to the chutney makes it more interesting and also apt for kids and adults who are hesitant with veggies. Serve it with idlis, onion rava dosa recipe or as an accompaniment with full course lunch.
Have a look at the other similar chutney recipes with veggies in it
- 1 Chow chow (chayote squash) , diced
- 1 cup Coriander (Dhania) Leaves
- 2 teaspoon White Urad Dal (Split)
- 1 teaspoon Chana dal (Bengal Gram Dal)
- 30 grams Tamarind
- 3 Dry red chillies
- 2 teaspoon Cooking oil
- Salt , to taste
How to make Chow-Chow Kothamalli Chutney Recipe - Chayote Coriander Chutney
To make this Chow-Chow Kothamalli Chutney Recipe| Chayote Coriander Chutney, clean, peel and dice the chayote and get ready with the other ingredients.
In a saucepan, heat oil, add urad dal, channa dal, and mix them well.
After they turn golden brown, add chillies and sauté.
Add the diced chow-chow and sauté them till they are cooked but firm.
Add tamarind to chow chow and sauté.
After the chow chow is cooked, turn off the flame and let it cool.
In a mixer, add coriander leaves, chow-chow mixture, and salt to taste.
Grind to a smooth chutney. Add water only if needed. If needed you can temper them with some mustard seeds, urad dal, and curry leaves.
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