Monday 30 March 2020

Ginger Coconut Chutney/Inji Thengai Chutney

We make different types of coconut chutney for breakfast in South India and this Ginger Coconut chutney is one among them. It is a perfect accompaniment for idlis, dosas, uthppams, paniyarams etc. Do try out this chutney and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other Chutney & Thogaiyal varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ginger Coconut Chutney with step by step photos…
½ coconut
2 inch piece
Fried Gram/Pottukadalai
2 tbsp
Dry Red Chilli
One small gooseberry size ball
As needed

For Tempering
2 tsp
Mustard Seeds/Kadugu
½ tsp
Cumin Seeds/Jeeragam
½ tsp
Split Urad Dal/Ullutham Paruppu
1 tsp
Curry Leaves/Karuvepilai
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                      Recipe Category: Chutney, Breakfast
Cooking Time: less than 5 minutes              Recipe Cuisine: South India
Author: Priya Anandakumar  
Chop the coconut or grate the coconut and keep it aside. Keep rest of the ingredients ready.

Add coconut, ginger, fried gram/roasted gram, dry red chilli, tamarind to the mixer and grind to fine paste with required amount of water. Transfer the ground chutney to the bowl and keep it aside.

Heat oil in a pan, splutter mustard seeds, cumin seeds, split urad dal, curry leaves and fry until they turn crispy and switch off the stove.

Transfer the tempering to the chutney and mix really well.

Yes, delicious and tempting Ginger Chutney is ready to be enjoyed, serve it with steam cooked idlis, dosas, uthappams etc.

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