Mysore Chutney Recipe - Chana Dal Chutney

Mysore Chutney is a delicious South Indian condiment made with roasted chana dal, dry red chillies, tamarind salt, coconut, curry leaves, ginger and goes well with dosas and other south indian delicacies

Mysore Chutney Recipe - Chana Dal Chutney
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Mysore Chutney is a delicious South Indian condiment which goes well with dosas and other south indian delicacies. It is very famous in Karnataka and is prepared in most of the households.

Mysore chutney is easy to make. All the ingredients like roasted chana dal, dry red chillies, tamarind salt, coconut, curry leaves, ginger are ground together to make a flavourful chutney. There is no tadka or tempering added to the chutney. Mysore Chutney enhances the flavour of any dish and can be stored for a few days.

Serve Mysore Chutney with homemade soft idli or masala dosa and  South Indian Filter Coffee.

You can also try other similar recipes such as

  1. Tomato Garlic Chutney
  2. South Indian Coconut Chutney
  3. Capsicum Chutney

 

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Cuisine: Karnataka
Course: Side Dish
Diet: Vegetarian
Equipments Used: Blue Leaf Mixer and Grinder
Prep in

20 M

Cooks in

45 M

Total in

65 M

Makes:

4 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 teaspoon Cooking oil
  • 1/2 cup Chana dal (Bengal Gram Dal)
  • 5 Dry red chillies , broken
  • 1 tablespoon Lemon juice
  • Salt , as required
  • 1 teaspoon Dessicated Coconut
  • 20 grams Tamarind
  • 1 sprig Curry leaves
  • 1 teaspoon Ginger , chopped

How to make Mysore Chutney Recipe - Chana Dal Chutney

  1. To begin making the Mysore Chutney Recipe, first Soak dry red chillies in warm water for half an hour. Soak the tamarind in little water to extract the pulp.

  2. Heat oil in a wide pan. Add chana dal and roast well on low to medium heat until golden brown in colour. Once done, keep it aside to cool.

  3. Once cooled grind together roasted dal, dry red chillies,, tamarind pulp, salt, coconut, curry leaves, ginger and water in a blender.

  4. Grind to a coarse paste. Transfer the Mysore chutney into a serving bowl and serve.

  5. Serve Mysore Chutney with homemade soft idli or masala dosa and  South Indian Filter Coffee.

Last Modified On Thursday, 01 August 2019 08:00
     
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