Archana's Coconut Chutney

I had to share this great Coconut Chutney recipe I tried... because I didn't have a proper grinder, it didn't come out thin and smooth, but it tasted perfect... as I was told ;) Someday I will try making all these chutneys, idli's, dosa's and such with a REAL grinder!

Thank you Devi, Renuka & Sanjana for the awards :) The rules of the happy 101 award state that the person receiving the award must state ten honest facts about themselves... Which I promise to do very soon :P I pass these along to all my blogger friends!



26 comments:

Preeti Kashyap said...

I love the dosas, sambar and the chutney! In some parts of Tamil Nadu, they do make it thick and course for dosas. It is usually for idlies that the chutney should be a lil watery or else it gets too dry to eat.

Priya said...

COngrats on ur awards, chutney with dosa looks delicious, prefect combo..

Usha said...

Meeso, liked nice brown glow on dosa...chutney looks fine too..with dosa I make thick and slight coarse chutney and for idli I grind fine.

I have Bella rocket which I had purchased from Kohls for 18$ ..does wonder job for making all dry and wet grindings for routine cooking...for rest grinding I use regular Hamilton beach blender.

Congratulations!! for your awards.

Usha.

meeso said...

~ Thanks for the tip, Usha :) Thanks Preeti & Priya for stopping by!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

wow..this chutney has come out very nice...saw your 2 wonders in your kitchen..baking cake I guess..

ARUNA said...

This spread looks gorgeous n delicious!!!

Jagruti said...

Chutney and dosa looks awesome!!

A Homemakers Diary said...

Congrats on your awards!love the chatni.

Cham said...

The blender should work for chutney but got to use little warm water and u won't get thick! Usha's idea is great too.
Congrats on ur awards!

Deepa G Joshi said...

congrats on your awards.
the platter here looks so lovely..

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Chitra said...

wow that chutney looks great and those dosas! - i want one!

Malar Gandhi said...

Coconut chutney is perfect with idlies, dosas, yummmmm.

Mallika said...

I've forgotten what I was going to say distracted by the little Meeso photo, sweet! That platter just looks so good.

Mallika said...

I've forgotten what I was going to say distracted by the little Meeso photo, sweet! That platter just looks so good.

Kevin said...

I like the sound of a coconut chutney. I can't remember the last time I had a fresh coconut.

Gita said...

The whole platter looks so good...this is comfort food for me. Hi first time to your blog...you have a wonderful collection of recipes :)

Pete said...

Mmmm, coconut Chutney...., any type of chutney for me, yummy!

Gulmohar said...

Love coconut chutney with idli and dosa...At home they make a chutney which is thick and coarse as a side dish for rice....
Congrats Meeso !

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Congrats on ur awards dear!!!

Thats a yummy looking, perfect Southindian breakfast, i'm craving:)

Rohini said...

Coarse chutney tastes better in its own way.. It sure looks yum yum!
Congrats on all ur awards dear!

Bharathy said...

Oh God!...Lovely to see you making dosas and chutney!!! :)..I am sooo impressed sweetie! :)
Congrats on your well desreved awards! :)

Padhu said...

Congrats on your awards and chutney looks perfect

rekhas kitchen said...

Lovely chutney recipe meeso plater looks so inviting yummmmmmmmm.

Preety said...

love to have this chutney right now with dosa, i don't make south Indian stuff very often but love it..yours turned out perfect ..

fresasconqueso said...

Wow. I'd better get out my copy pf Indian Delights if I'm not to be left in the dust!

fresasconqueso said...

Wow. I'd better get out my copy pf Indian Delights if I'm not to be left in the dust!