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Peanut Chutney


Peanuts-1 cup  (dry roasted and deskined)
Green chillis-4 to 5 (cut two pieces)
Coriander seeds-1/4 tbsp
Tamariand plup 2 tbsp
Salt to taste

Musted seeds-1/2 tbsp
Red chilli-1 no
Curry leaves-3 nos
Asafetida/hing-2 pinch
Oil-1/2 tbs

Take frying pan pour oil  and to it add cumin seeds,coriander seeds.Fry till  seeds starts to splutter.after add green chillis fry it.Leave it to cool.

Now grind peanuts,green chillis,cumin,coriander ,salt and tamarind pulp.

Add water to get the desired consistency of the chutney.

In the remaining oil add the musted seeds,red chiilis,hing and curry leaves.once they start to change clour turn of the flame.

Pour out this tempering to the above chutney.

Serve with dosa,idli,vada...
Today i having with idli,sambar and chutney.



nice step by step pictures... I love peanut chutney...


chutney looks yummy n tempting, dear!


Hi Divya
first time here...yummy chutney recipe..never tried it, but now i'll..

cheers and do visit


Ammu Madhu

apdiye eduthu sapdanum pola iruku.


Nice to see you back Divya. Hope you had a great time in India. Chutney looks simple and delicious. Perfect with idli/dosa

Swapna Sree

yummy peanut chutney...perfect for idli

Soma Pradhan

Aah Nice peanut chutney


Thanks to all my friends for all yours sweet comments and apperciation...still i am in India i got some time to open my blog so add this recipe.
thank u....

Divya Vikram

Nice detailed pics. Looks simple n delicious.

Nithu Bala

Wow! this chutney looks extremely yummy..My MIL used to make this..your pictures are too good..am going to follow you..when you get time, plz drop in my blog too..


Thank u very much for nice words Nithu.

Devi Meyyappan

Hi, very very nice and well describing pictures! :).. I love this chutney :)... even more with idly! :)


Thank u very much for nice comments Devi.

Guntur Traditions

hi very delicious peanut chutney
thanks for droping by my blog

Malar Gandhi

Delicious peanut chutney...very ethnic:)


wow! that's look delicious!

join with us in the efm- mutton series going here(http://www.srishkitchen.com/2009/12/efm-mutton-series.html) and the deadline for the event is feb.15th

Siddhi S

hi divya...thnx for visitng, commenting n following my blog...hope 2 c u agn ...u hv a nice blog with awesome recipes...i loved this peanut chuney recipe a lot, nice one...very different from what we make...vl try ur version now...lovely detailed pics...i am following u dear, vl vist often now


First time in my life after marriage i prepared some thing for my wife . Not other than peanut chutney and its taste the same as my mother prepared .

I would like to thank you for Divya for easy and tasty recipes shared with us.

Sandeep & Veenu

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