Dry Coconut Chutney Powder Recipe
There are a lot of people who love to add chutney in their platter while they are having dinner. Remember when you are eating vada pav, you can never get over with the masala and powdered chutney on it? Yes, that definitely is a yummilicious add on. So, below we provide you a recipe to make dry chutney to add some great taste on your platter.In South India people love to have dry Coconut Chutney Powder with Idli, Dosa, Mysore Bhajji.
|Prep Time: 10 Mins||Cooking Time: 10 Mins|
Ingredients for Dry Coconut Chutney powder
- Coconut: ½
- Urad dal: 1tablespoon
- Chana dal: 3 tablespoon
- Tarmarind: 1 teaspoon
- Salt: To taste
- Dried Red Chilli: 4
Process of making Coconut Chutney Powder
First you need to grate the ½ coconut nicely. Remember you cannot use fresh coconut and have to use dry one.
Then in a pan add ½ tablespoon of oil and heat. On a medium flame add 1 tablespoon of Urad dal and 3 tablespoon of chana dal.
Then add 4 dry red chilies into the pan and roast all of them. You need to roast them until they turn light brown.
Then in a mixer grinder add the grated coconut, and the roasted urad dal, chana dal and ½ teaspoon.
Grind all of then in the mixer. Don’t need to make a smooth powder, let the powder be a bit textured.
After you are done with grinding, take them out on a bowl and add salt to it, if you want to serve them. Else if you want to store it, do not add salt, as that will ruin the dry coconut chutney powder.
Tips And Variations
- Tamarind is a totally optional step and you can skip it if you want to.
- While you are grinding the coconut and you find it difficult ot do, you can chop the coconut into small pieces for ease.
- You can always lessen or add more dried chili into your recipe according to the spice you want in your chutney.
There it is, you dry coconut chutney powder is ready to serve. You can add them to any dish platter you are serving and this will surely add to the taste. Leaving behind taste along with the great compliments from you guests and family members.