Garlic Chutney | South Indian Style Garlic Chutney Recipe
The South Indian Style Garlic chutney is a very spicy and super delicious roasted garlic chutney which is perfect for dosa, upma, or even rice.
Whenever I make South Indian Upma, Dosa, Uttapam or any other snack there has to be a South Indian STyle Chutney. I mean, I can’t or should I say won’t serve the SI dishes with our North style mint or some other chutney. I mean I know it wouldn’t taste as good as with them.
That being said, the chutney tastes AMAZING, it literally would make you go gaga over. I served the chutney with quick semolina dosa and we all loved it. I haven’t ever thought that garlic would taste so tempting in chutney. The recipe is adapted from FoodViva and is definitely a keeper recipe if you like garlic.
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A very spicy and super delicious roasted garlic chutney which is perfect for dosa, upma, or even rice.
- 1 cup garlic cloves
- 10-15 dried red chillies
- 1/2 cup coconut, grated
- salt to taste
- 1 tablespoon tamarind pulp
- 1 teaspoon mustard seeds
- a pinch asefida
- few curry leaves
- 2 tablespoon oil
Heat a tablespoon of oil in a pan and add garlic cloves. Roast until slightly golden. Remove from oil and set aside.
Into the same oil, roast dried red chillies and coconut for few minutes. Remove and set aside.
Blend the roasted garlic, red chillies along with salt, tamarind and some water until smooth.
Heat the remaining tablespoon of oil and add mustard seeds, curry leaves and asafetida.
Stir and pour it over the chutney.
Store in air tight jars in the refrigerator. Serve and enjoy.
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