December 11, 2006

Green Chutney

Philomena Dias

Green Chutney with Cheese spread on Gootlis or Brun ( hard and soft bread in Mumbai) were a favourite for breakfast. It's been a while but just last week we made this chutney and I've had it over the last few days either for breakfast, lunch or as an evening snack :D

1/2 a coconut
1 bunch of coriander including tender shoots
4 garlic pods
1/3" ginger
3 green chillies - deseed
1/2" tamarind
1/2 a small onion
1 tsp jeera (cumin)
1 tsp sugar
salt to taste

Grind together. Check for salt and chillies and add more if required. makes a good sandwich paste.

14 comments:

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Ashley said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Great Blog!

sigmund said...

Philomena,

Fabulous.

Memories can stimulate the pallet and a growl from the belly while your recipe brings that reality back to life.

Gootlis from Bombay - Bakery outside Matharpakadi in Mazagon Bombay or Dias Bakery Bandra.

Youmm

Sigmund
Melbourne Australia
sigmundp@yahoo.com

Sanjana said...

hey

Green chutney is an eternal favourite for a sandwich or chaat varieties or for that matter any deep fried snacks. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Chk here for Hot Green Chillies (Pachi Mirapakayilu) Chutney:
http://www.indusladies.com/forums/indian-regional-recipes/1342-andhra-dishes.html

Anonymous said...

wow thats a lot of ingredients for green chutney!

indian recipes

Sanjana said...

Hello
thanks for this green chutney, yes I do remeber having this chutney back in Mumbai. Would definitely try this recipe of yours. BTW have a look at this red hot chutney:
http://www.indusladies.com/forums/11639-post59.html
yummy copmbination for the bread toast.

Ujwala said...

Hi Sigmund thanks for the comment. I shall certainly pass it on to Aunty. Sorry for the delayed response :( dont know how i missed spotting your comment.

Sanjana, thanks for your comments and I'm sure those that are interested in this green chutney will also be interested in the ones you've posted.

Kathleen Rietz said...

Damn! My mouth is watering reading your blog! I may actually attempt some of these at home. There is a great market up the street I can buy ingredients from. Great blog....thanks!

Ujwala said...

Kathleen thanks for stopping by and if you do try out any of these please let me know what you thought of them.

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nice blog! Very sumptuous recipes.

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Anonymous said...

i would like to know that can we preserve this chutney for how long?
thank's philomena

ujwala said...

this chutney is usually made fresh. i would guess about 2-3 days max and that too refrigerated. thanks for stopping by.

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