Wednesday 3 August 2016

Peanut Chutney Without Coconut/Verkadalai Chutney without Coconut/Nilakadalai Chutney/Groundnut Chutney

Are you looking for an alternative for coconut chutney, they here it is nutty flavoured groundnut chutney. There are many ways in which peanut chutney is made; here I am sharing the one which I make at my home. Meanwhile check out other Chutney varieties here. Do try this peanut chutney and post your comments here.

Here’s how to make Peanut chutney with step by step photos…

Other Chutney & Thogaiyal varieties that might be of your interest...

Roaseted Peanuts/Verkadalai
1 cup
Sambar Onion
Garlic Cloves
One small piece
Dry Red Chillies
To taste
2 tsp

For Tempering

2 tsp
Mustard Seeds
½ tsp
Cumin Seeds
½ tsp
Split Urad Dal
½ tsp
Curry Leaves/Karivepillai
Dry Red Chillies
Preparation Time: 10 - 15 minutes          

I have used roasted peanuts, if not clean, roast and peel the skin of peanuts.

Heat oil in a kadai, add onions and fry until it changes color.

Add garlic cloves, tamarind, dry red chilies to the onions and fry for another minute.

Add peanuts, onions, garlic, tamarind, dry red chillies, salt to the mixer and grind to smooth paste. Add required amount of water when grinding chutney.

Transfer it to a bowl.

Heat oil in a kadai, splutter mustard seeds, cumin seeds, split urad dal, curry leaves and fry for few seconds and switch off the stove.

Add the tempering to the chutney.

Delicious and traditional Peanut Chutney/Verkadalai Chutney is ready to be enjoyed.

Serve it with idlis, dosas and kuzhipaniyaram.

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