Coconut Chutney For Idli | Best Coconut Chutney Recipe
1Coconut chutney is a simple addition or on the go dip to have with idli or dosa. These are incomplete without a coconut chutney recipe. In fact, almost all the south Indian dishes are incomplete without idli chutney recipe and sambhar.
This coconut chutney for idli recipe or coconut chutney recipe is a very simple recipe. It will be ready in 10 minutes. Just blend all the ingredients together, add the tempering and it’s done. Nariyal ki chatni is mainly prepared by fresh coconut which is ground with chana dal, ginger, and fresh green chilies.
Not only just idli, but this easy nariyal chutney can also be consumed with masala dosa, onion uttapam, and crispy medu vada. As it can be consumed with dosa or idli, so it is also known as dosa chutney or idli chutney. Every state or every city in the Southern part of India has its different coconut chutney recipe. Each of them will differ in taste and ingredients used.
Not just South Indian dishes, you can use this coconut chutney for idli recipe for almost every evening snack. Whether it is bread besan toast to bread pakoda, or maggi pakoda to sandwiches. These taste good with nariyal ki chutney.
You can also add some 1 to 2 tablespoons of roasted groundnut to this recipe while grinding, for a hotel like taste. This coconut chutney can be made in two types. One with tempering and the other without tempering. The tempering type is used mainly at homes, and without tempering is used in hotels. Both these types taste very good.
Recipe with detailed ingredients and steps are provided in the recipe card below You can also print this recipe from the button provided in the recipe card.
South Indian recipes that can be consumed with this coconut chutney are,
1. Masala vada | chana dal vada
3. Sponge dosa
6. Rava idli
Coconut Chutney Recipe | Coconut Chutney For Idli
To make this coconut chutney recipe, you need,
- Green Chilly
- Dry Chilli (Kashmiri Red Chilli)
- Mustard Seeds (Rai)
- Curry Leaves
– Take a grinder jar. Add fresh coconut into it along with green chilies. Increase the number of green chilies if you like spicy chutney.
– Add roasted chana dal and ginger along with salt. Add some warm water into the mixture and grind the mixture into a fine paste. Transfer the chutney into a bowl.
– Take a small pan. Heat oil on a medium flame. When the oil starts to heat up, add rai (mustard seeds) into the pan. As soon as you hear the cracking sound, add the broken red chilly along with 2-4 curry leaves.
– Mix it well on a medium flame for about 30-40 seconds. Now pour this tempering directly into the chutney. Gently mix. And your very own homemade south Indian style coconut chutney recipe is ready.
Coconut Chutney For Idli
Best Coconut Chutney Recipe
For Coconut Chutney
- 1 Green Chilly
- 1 cup Grated Coconut
- 1 tbsp Chickpea
- 1 cup Water
- 1 tsp Ginger grated
- Salt as per need
- 1 Kashmiri Dry Red Chilli
- ½ tsp Mustard Seeds
- 4 Curry Leaves
- 2 tsp Oil
- Take a grinder jar. Add 1 cup of fresh coconut into it along with chopped green chilies. Increase the number of green chilies if you like spicy chutney.
- Add 1 tbsp of roasted chana dal and 1 tsp of ginger along with salt.
- Add ½ cup of water into the mixture. Now grind the mixture into a fine paste.
- Transfer the chutney into a bowl.
Steps to Temper the Coconut Chutney
- Take a small pan. Heat oil on a medium flame. When the oil starts to heat up, add ½ tsp of rai (mustard seeds) into the pan.
- As soon as you hear the cracking sound of rai, add the broken red chilly along with 2-4 curry leaves.
- Mix it well on a medium flame for about 30-40 seconds.
- Now pour this tempering directly into the chutney and gently mix.
- Voila, your very own homemade south Indian style coconut chutney recipe is ready!!
- You can also use garlic and ginger or only ginger or only garlic.
- If you love spice, then you can add some green chilies.
- Remember to remove the seeds of the chilies.
- To even the spiciness of the chilies, you can add a bit of tamarind or jaggery into it.
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