3 Breakfast Chutney

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South Indian breakfast dishes needs chutney for accompaniment. Idli, dosa, paniyaram, pongal, uttapam, upma – all these dishes are not complete without chutney on it’s side. These 3 basic and most popular breakfast chutney will make your breakfast plate complete and satisfying. Try it.

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We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And it is definitely a good habit to eat breakfast in the morning! It’s so much nicer to start a day early in the morning and spend some quality time with people you love or with a good magazine and some music, and eat a healthy hearty breakfast!

These insanely easy and delicious 3 breakfast chutney will make your busy mornings easy and relaxing.

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Ingredinets

1. Coconut Chutney
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5 tablespoon grated coconut
1.5 tablespoon fried bengal gram dal
2 green chilies
1 garlic clove
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon water

2. Onion-tomato chutney
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1 onion
1.5 tomato
2 dried red chilies
1.5 teaspoon oil
Salt to taste

3. Mint Chutney
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1 cup mint leaves
0.5 cup coriander leaves
3 green chilies
4 garlic cloves
1 inch ginger
A small ball of tamarind
0.25 cup grated coconut
1.5 teaspoon oil
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon water

 

Method

1. Coconut chutney

Grind all the ingredients together in a grinder until smooth.

2. Onion-tomato chutney

Heat oil in pan. Fry dried red chilies for 5 seconds. Add onions and fry for 2 minutes. Next add tomatoes and saute until tomatoes turn mushy. Add salt to taste. Mix. Cool and grind into smooth chutney.

3. Mint Chutney

Heat oil in pan. Saute garlic and ginger. Add green chilies and saute for a minute. Add tamarind ball and cook for  a minute more. Add mint leaves and cook for 30 seconds. Add coriander leaves and saute for a minute. Add salt to taste and grated coconut and saute for some time. Cool and grind with little water into smooth chutney.

Serve these chutney with breakfast dishes like idli, dosa, uttapam, pongal, upma.

 

 

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