Coconut garlic ginger Chutney


Chutney dosa

Coconut,garlic, ginger Chutney with dosa

Hi friends!This one is a simple yet tasty chutney. It is enriched with garlic flavor. This goes very well  with hot idles or dosa.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time:0 minutes

servings: 3-4


1 cup grated coconut

2 small green chillies , chopped

1 tsp grated ginger / adrak

2,3 cloves of garlic/ lahsoon

1 small marble size tamarind (de seeded)

3 tbsp roasted chana dal (daria)

1/2 tsp salt / or salt to taste

1/2 cup water

For The Tempering:

1/2 tsp mustard seeds (  sarson)

1 red chilli

1 small sprig of cury leaves (kadi patta)

1 tbsp oil


Step 1.

Put the coconut, green chillies, ginger, garlic, tamarind,  roasted split gram and salt in a blender with 1/2 cup of water and grind to make a fine paste. Keep aside.

Step 2.

Prepare the tempering by heating the oil and adding the mustard seeds, red chili and curry leaves and stirring till the mustard seeds crackle. Pour this tempering over the chutney and mix well.

Step 3.

Serve with dosa, idli and vadas. Refrigerate and use as required

Health Benefits of Coconuts:

  • Lower cholesterol
    • Improve digestion
    • Ward off wrinkles
    • Stabilize glucose levels
    • Fight off viruses
    • Build cells
    • Regulate hormones
    • Increase thyroid production
    • Lose weight
    • Increase metabolism
    • Fight infections
    • Stave off memory loss
    • Kill bacteria
    • And more!


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  • Nick’s kitchen is for Vegetarians. It sometimes provides education and support to individuals who want to become vegetarian, or move toward a more vegetarian diet.
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