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SAMAYAL KALAI

vegetarian recipes
 

RED CHILI CHUTNEY

INGRDIENTS:
red chilly: 2 to 3 without seeds
garlic: 1p
tamarind:one pinch
FOR SEASONING:
oil:1tsp
mustard few
urad dal:1/2tsp
curry leaves few

PREPARATION:
#Soak Red Chilies for 45minutes.
#Grind all the ingredients to a paste.
#heat a kadai add oil and add the seasoning ingredients
#to the above add the paste
#Fry the above until the raw smell of garlic reduces
#serve with dosa or idly
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At 12:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Is coconut not used here? Your picture is nice though.    



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