Peanut Chutney for Dosa

Peanut Chutney for Dosa

Peanut Chutney for Dosa

The typical South Indian Breakfast like Idli or Dosa has too many options to choose for side dish. Sambhar, Chutney, Curry etc. Again in Chutneys and curries there are so many varieties. While some like tangy tomato chutney some vote for an awesome coconut chutney. Some of them prepare friend gram chutney and some with peanuts.

Peanut Chutney for Dosa is made in different variants adding different ingredients. In this version I made Peanut Chutney for Dosa with onions. I had this first time during my school days in a small take away stall. It was fiery and tasty. I literally had tears in my eyes. But I liked the taste. I asked my mom to prepare this at home and she made it with less chillies. It was yummy. From then on Idli/Dosa with Peanut Chutney is a feast for me J

Peanut Chutney for Dosa

Ingredients:

Peanuts-1.5 cups

Onion-1 Medium Sized

Green Chillies-4-5 Depending upon desired spice levels

Tamarind (Optional): A very small portion

Salt: Taste

For tempering:

Mustard: 1 spoon

Curry Leaves: Few

Red Chillies: 2

Oil: 1 teaspoon

Method

  • Dry Roast peanuts until the skin starts turning a little dark. Make sure you do an even roasting as this is very important for the taste.
  • Once done cool it and then rub the peanuts against the plate base to de-skin
  • Transfer the prepared peanuts in a Mixer Jar and along chopped onion, Green Chillies, Tamarind water and salt and grind to a paste. Add little amount of water if required
  • The smoothness is personal choice. If you want it more watery then add some water and grind again. I personally like it thick with a Dip Texture
  • Prepare the seasoning by heating oil and adding in the ingredients given for tempering
  • Pour the seasoning over the chutney and mix well
  • Serve with any Indian Breakfast

Peanut Chutney for Dosa

 

Peanut Chutney for Dosa

 

Peanut Chutney for Dosa
Recipe Type: Chutney/Dip
Cuisine: Indian
Author: Krish
Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Serves: 4
Peanut chutney for dosa. Chutney Ideal for South Indian Breakfast
Ingredients
  • Peanuts-1.5 cups
  • Onion-1 Medium Sized
  • Green Chillies-4-5 Depending upon desired spice levels
  • Tamarind (Optional): A very small portion
  • Salt: Taste
  • For tempering:
  • Mustard: 1 spoon
  • Curry Leaves: Few
  • Red Chillies: 2
  • Oil: 1 teaspoon
Instructions
  1. Dry Roast peanuts until the skin starts turning a little dark. Make sure you do an even roasting as this is very important for the taste.
  2. Once done cool it and then rub the peanuts against the plate base to de-skin
  3. Transfer the prepared peanuts in a Mixer Jar and along chopped onion, Green Chillies, Tamarind water and salt and grind to a paste. Add little amount of water if required
  4. The smoothness is personal choice. If you want it more watery then add some water and grind again. I personally like it thick with a Dip Texture
  5. Prepare the seasoning by heating oil and adding in the ingredients given for tempering
  6. Pour the seasoning over the chutney and mix well
  7. Serve with any Indian Breakfast
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