Friday, March 4, 2011

Thenga Chuttaracha Chammanthi (Roasted Coconut Chutney)

Ingredients:
  • Coconut 1/2 portion
  • Tamarind (lemon sized)
  • Ginger 1 big piece
  • Curry leaves few
  • Dry chilly 5
  • Shallots 4
  • Salt
Cut coconut into small pieces and grill it (traditionally, it is roasted over burning charcoal) for 10 to 12 mins or till it turns to a golden brown colour. Then fry the dry chilly in little oil and keep it aside. Grind together coconut pieces, dry chilly, ginger, shallots, tamarind, few curry leaves and salt. Serve it with rice.

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58 comments:

  1. looks wonderful love the tamarind coconut combination

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  2. hi tina...
    wow its nice..
    i have a question like r u used freshly grated coconut or the coconut which u buy from indian store?

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  3. Njan ivide vishannu porinjirikuwanu, 12 akan kathirikunnu, apolano Tina ethokke ttu kothipikunne :P. Kidilan aytund tto...

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  4. Sounds fo flavorful! Will definitely try this one.

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  5. wow very new chutney for me ...thanks for sharing
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  6. This looks so delicious! I have never had anything like this.

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  7. one f ma fav wth rice..hapy to folow u..

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  8. Nice..yumm chutney!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  9. Great looking delicious coconut chammanthi..

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  10. yummy chutney with lovely presentation....mouthwatering...

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  11. am sure the smell of grilled coconut wld be awesome...would love to try it out !!

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  12. delicious!! one of my favourite chutnies!!

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  13. Kanji with chammanthi is my fav....This is awesome..

    FunWidFud

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  14. The chutney looks very nice...Love it...

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  15. Roasted Coconut Chutney looks wonderfully prepared and is so well presented.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. yumm ..thairum chorum ayi nalla taste ayirikkum :)

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  17. wow...chutney looks wonderfull...got to try it sometimes !

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  18. I dont need any other side dish for rice, if chammanti is there..... but Ive never had chuttaracha chammanti.... looks yummmmmmmmmmmy... lovely pic... and excellent blog!!!!!

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  19. chutney looks divine..a must try..

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  20. Looks yummy ..lovely recipe a well :)

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  21. yummy with anything..love to have this with curd rice

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  22. We are big on chammanthi's and this is one of our favorites. Yours looks mouthwatering! Hey I hope you find some time to stop by my space, when time permits. Thanks.

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  23. Kurach doshayum koode kittiyirunnekil!!! so lovely

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  24. Looks super yum..have had this in my friends place now I have the recipe too :)

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  25. love this..my grand moms speciality

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  26. Wow. Looks delicious. Your blog has a delicious array of Kerala dishes. Love them especially Appams and Chammanthis. Following your blog

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  27. Love the recipe very much,sound sso yumm!

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  28. Lovely coconut chutney, loved ur flavors and shape. Will surely give it a try soon !

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  29. We make the fresh coconut chutney with the same ingredients, next time I will try roasting the coconut.

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  30. wonderful recipe and happy to follow you

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  31. Yummo..I know my hubby will love this one..thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!


    US Masala

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  32. Kidilan aytundtto..Kanji kude bestayirikkum..ippoo enniku vishakunuttou :)

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  33. Hi Tina, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your precious comments. You have got a very lovely space. Happy to follow you. Your kid is sooo cute.

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  34. Wow , gorgeous click.. this is new to me. will try once..

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  35. Wow looks so yumm and nice click too Tina.. hey did u get my message.. where r u now ?

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  36. Sounds terrific, perfect with rice.

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  37. teenu.. njan pregnent aayirunnappol nee ithu undaakki thannathu orma undo ?? that was a great time .. mis u so much..that article u send was really good.. then one que : nee ithenganaa urutti edukkunne? wen i make it becomes like a powder / paste.. never a success.. i love this n the one who made this :)

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  38. kothipichu......njan innu undaakumallo

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  39. Great accompaniment to any kind of porridge.

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  40. My favorite..looks absolutely delicious..
    Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment..love your blog dear

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  41. Never tried roasting the coconut for chutney. Looks delicious dear! ;)

    How's your little princess doing?

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  42. Delicious:) why dont u send it to my event dear:)

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  43. Delicious looking chutney, your little one looks very cute.

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  44. I m ready to have this chutney for breakfast dear...:)
    Tasty appetite

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  45. A new type of chutney to try for me. Looks yummy

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  46. My favorite chutney but I do not add shallots

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  47. very nice recipe. can I roast the coconut in pan!

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  48. First time to your blog, quite impressive. Happy to follow you!!

    Ankita
    http://eat-hearty.blogspot.com/

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  49. This looks so yum Tina! feel like having rice and chammanthi now!

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