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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Kandi Pachadi | Thuvaram Paruppu Thogyal | Toor Dal Chutney

As I mentioned in my previous post I'm stuck with arranging my house for In-Laws. All I want to do is make them feel comfortable in our house. I'm all most done & gearing up on making some recipes ahead to blog uninterruptedly. 
Today I wanted to share a Andhra delicacy "Kandi Pachadi"with you all. This chutney goes well with rice & dollop of ghee. I love it having as a side for roti & naan too.



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Ingredients 
1 Cup toordal 
Red chilli 4 or 5 ( Depending on your spice level)  
1 Tsp jeera seeds 
1 Tbs tamarind pulp 
1 Tbs oil
Salt 
Seasoning 
1 Tsp mustard 
1 Tsp jeera 
1 Red chilli
1 Tbs oil
Hing 
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Heat a pan with oil & add toordal, red chilli's, jeera. Fry them till toor dal slightly changes it color Remove from heat & cool them for some time. 
Grind fried ingredients along with tamarind & salt.Grind it coarsely by adding little water.
Heat a pan with oil & to that add mustard, jeera & red chilli's to it. Once mustard starts jumping add hing and switch off heat. 
Take chutney in a bowl & mix seasoning to it.Chutney is ready to serve. 

Note: 

1.You can add little more water while grinding chutney if it is too dry. 
2.Chutney can stay good for 3-4 days when refrigerated. 


20 comments:

  1. chutney looks awesome..looks pretty easy recipe..would love to try this..thanks for sharing!!

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  2. the chutney looks deliciuos with full of flavors....love to have it with rice and ghee as suggested...

    i am hosting the Kerala Kitchen event for this month...do send in your entries...

    cheers

    roshan

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  3. Wish you a nice time with your in-laws. Nice chutney recipe

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Seriously cant take my eyes from ur irresistible click,super tempting chutney..

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  5. wow reminds me of my mom ....v nice...

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  6. Yummy chutney...Hey checked ur fb page...Nice one..

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  7. ive never tried chutney with toordal..looks very yum

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  8. Our family fav chutney,love it at any time...

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  9. wow...superb chutney...thanx 4 sharing...

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  10. looks lovely shree!
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  11. This looks awesome..Yummy Recipe

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  12. Yum, absolutely love it dear. Such a favorite of mine growing up with some rasam :)

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  13. wow chutney looks delicious and spicy ....... will try this chutney soon ....

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  14. Thanks for all your comments girls...

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  15. nice chutney, always comforting. Happy to follow u

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