February 12, 2012

Coriander/Kothamalli Chutney

     Haaaaaaa ! Wat a Smell ! I LOVE LOVE LOVE (Contradictory to my Prev. Post!) the coriander leaf smell forever. I love to cook Coriander leaf recipes atleast once in a week like Chutney, Pulav etc. If i dont feel like cooking, will blindly go for the quickly prepared Corainder chutney with hot steamed rice or simply as a side dish for rasam. I know to prepare this in 3 forms, today planned to share the most tasty and yummy method using Coconut.

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Corainder Leaf - 1 Bunch
Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup
Red Chilly - 3 or 4 Nos.
Green Chilly - 1 No.
Urad Dhall - 2 spoon
Bengal Gram - 1 or 2 spoon
Tamarind - Small Gooseberry size
Oil - 1 spoon
Hing - Pinch (Optional)
Salt - To taste


METHOD:
     Keep a pan, heat a spoon. Add Urad dhall and Bengal Gram fry it until it turns golden brown color. Then add red and green chillies, saute it for a minute. Then add coriander leaf along with Hing (Optional), saute for 3 to 4 minutes until the raw smell goes off. Can also add pinch off salt, just to mix the ingredients. Put off the flame. Cool it for 5 mins. Grind the items with grated coconut and required salt. If u feel, it looks plain and simple, Can also garnish with mustard. As you do it for Coconut chutney.


♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

13 comments:

Reva said...

Yummy chutney girl... I love coriander flavour esp with hot steaming idlis..:))
Superb..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Same pinch Reva ! Thanks for ur comments !

Gayathri Anand said...

Hi , Hope u r doing good ...
Yummy chutney ..I love it with idli or dosa .

Asiya Omar said...

looks perfect.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Am doing good GA :) Thanks for visiting !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Asiya. Keep Visiting !

Sonali Pradhan said...

First time in ur space.....absolutely loved it...loved the coriandere chutney......looks delicious...following ur space....do visit my space in ur free time :-)

Http://Onlyfishrecipes.blogspot.com/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for dropping here ! Keep Visiting ! Rushing to ur space now :)

Padhu said...

Yummy chutney!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Padhu !

Shanthi said...

Looks yum and always tastier one for breakfasts

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for ur comment Shanthi mam. Keep Visiting !

Anonymous said...

Good post.
www.unnatisilks.com

February 12, 2012

Coriander/Kothamalli Chutney

     Haaaaaaa ! Wat a Smell ! I LOVE LOVE LOVE (Contradictory to my Prev. Post!) the coriander leaf smell forever. I love to cook Coriander leaf recipes atleast once in a week like Chutney, Pulav etc. If i dont feel like cooking, will blindly go for the quickly prepared Corainder chutney with hot steamed rice or simply as a side dish for rasam. I know to prepare this in 3 forms, today planned to share the most tasty and yummy method using Coconut.

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Corainder Leaf - 1 Bunch
Grated Coconut - 1/2 cup
Red Chilly - 3 or 4 Nos.
Green Chilly - 1 No.
Urad Dhall - 2 spoon
Bengal Gram - 1 or 2 spoon
Tamarind - Small Gooseberry size
Oil - 1 spoon
Hing - Pinch (Optional)
Salt - To taste


METHOD:
     Keep a pan, heat a spoon. Add Urad dhall and Bengal Gram fry it until it turns golden brown color. Then add red and green chillies, saute it for a minute. Then add coriander leaf along with Hing (Optional), saute for 3 to 4 minutes until the raw smell goes off. Can also add pinch off salt, just to mix the ingredients. Put off the flame. Cool it for 5 mins. Grind the items with grated coconut and required salt. If u feel, it looks plain and simple, Can also garnish with mustard. As you do it for Coconut chutney.


♥ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♥

13 comments:

Reva said...

Yummy chutney girl... I love coriander flavour esp with hot steaming idlis..:))
Superb..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Same pinch Reva ! Thanks for ur comments !

Gayathri Anand said...

Hi , Hope u r doing good ...
Yummy chutney ..I love it with idli or dosa .

Asiya Omar said...

looks perfect.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Am doing good GA :) Thanks for visiting !

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Asiya. Keep Visiting !

Sonali Pradhan said...

First time in ur space.....absolutely loved it...loved the coriandere chutney......looks delicious...following ur space....do visit my space in ur free time :-)

Http://Onlyfishrecipes.blogspot.com/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for dropping here ! Keep Visiting ! Rushing to ur space now :)

Padhu said...

Yummy chutney!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks Padhu !

Shanthi said...

Looks yum and always tastier one for breakfasts

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thanks for ur comment Shanthi mam. Keep Visiting !

Anonymous said...

Good post.
www.unnatisilks.com