Garlic Chutney /Poondu Chutney



 Garlic chutney is a simple chutney to accompany idly,kal dosai and vendhya dosai.Its a quick fix when there is no sides accompaniments for the left over idlys.

This chutney can be made in no time and there is no cooking process involved.I have already shared a version of garlic chutney.This one is slightly different and its a semi dry version and needs to be ground bit coarser.

As it uses lot of red chilies and garlic,the chutney has to be topped with generous amount of sesame oil.The taste of the chutney even better when its is soaked in the sesame oil for at least an hour,I would say on next day.



                                                         
                                                                                                                   
                                         Garlic Chutney / Poondu Chutney


                                                                  
   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 5 minutes
   Cooking time ~ no cooking time
   Serves ~ 4-5(generously)


  Ingredients




  
Ingredient
Quantity
Dried red chilly/varamilagai
12-14
Garlic/poondu
8-10 fat cloves(with skin)
Tamarind/puli
1/2 inch piece
Salt
1 tsp or as needed
Sesame oil/nalla ennai
3-4 tbs

   
   Method 
  • In a blender jar take the dried red chillys,salt and tamarind.Pulse it for 20 seconds for couple of times,till the red chilli if coarsely powdered.To this add the garlic cloves.
    •  Now pulse it for 3-4 times with interval.Do not run the blender continuously.Once the garlic is crushed well transfer it to a bowl.Add the sesame oil and mix it well.
    • Serve it with idly or dosa



    • This chutney stays good for a week in room temperature itself.
    • Do not grind it to a fine paste,it needs to be semi dry and coarse.
    • If you are using small cloves of garlic then use around 16-18 cloves






    Enjoy...............


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    10 comments:

    Can have two more idlies or dosas with this garlic chutney, mouthwatering here.

    I am so loving this Nalini! We all love garlic especially my older one and he will definitely eat a couple more dosai with this :)

    I love garlic chutney in just about anything..specially with curd, I like the use of tamarind here, I have never used it in the garlic chutney.

    oh wow looks amazing.. we don't need to peel the skin?

    Pictures are amazing Nalini..Arya Bhavan on NH 45 serves this chutney and tastes awesome..your pic reminds me of that!..

    Wow..Stunning picture & it looks like mouth watering delicious.

    How are you?? Why no post for so long.. Misaing ur posts

    Wow a delicious chutney that is Nalini.

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