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Coconut Chutney

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Coconut chutney is a versatile blend of flavours and popular recipe from south India. This coconut chutney recipe from my grandmother I am not a big fan of South Indian cuisine but I love this chutney as it goes well with not only South Indian dishes like idli dosa medu vada etc but also with parathas, sandwiches, Frankies, pakoras etc
This is the recipe from my childhood from which I grew up with..... whenever I go to a native place I need this chutney with all the South Indian dishes I mentioned above because I don't like the flavour of sambar that much. today I will be sharing you, my grandmothers, coconut chutney recipe I hope you will love this let's start making

You can also watch the video given below
Ingredients 2cups Coconut
2-3 green chillies
2-inch ginger
3-4 Garlic clove
6-7 Curry leaves
1 tbsp tamarind
1 handful green coriander leaves
Salt to taste
Some water to grind

Method of preparation
In a grinder, add coconut, green chillies, ginger, garlic, curr…

Mint Chutney

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" Mint chutney is a very popular dip served with almost all Indian chats, fritter(pakora), kebab etc. So here is my mom's recipe for mint chutney. It as a refreshing flavour and aroma with the tanginess from tamarinds. It is very easy to make and can stored up-to approx 2 weeks, thus very handy during Ramadan as it can be used in various chats and recipes beside as dip"
Hope will try this recipe soon. if you like the recipe let me know in the comment box below, also follow me to get new updates from food with creation.
Ingredients
1 bunch mint leaves
1 bunch coriander leaves
¼  cup tamarind (soaked)
1-inch ginger
3-4 clove of garlic
3-4 green chillies
5-6 curry leaves
3 tsp black salt
3 tsp chat masala powder
Salt to taste
2lemon
Method  of preparation
Wash mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chillies, well with little water.Now in the grinder, add mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chillies, curry leaves, ginger, garlic, tamarind, and squeeze 1 lemon, grind with little …