Onion Coconut Chutney Recipe
How to make Onion Coconut chutney for Idli or Dosa / easy Onion Coconut Chutney recipe for everyday cooking
Onion Coconut Chutney recipe – step by step presentation of Onion chutney using dry coconut. Onion Coconut chutney is a perfect side dish for Idli, Vada and Dosa.
Chutney is my favorite side dish and one can easily find chutney in my fridge any time. Last weekend I made a complete South Indian breakfast. I already shared the Urad dal Vada recipe in my last post. Today, I am presenting you one more South Indian dish Onion Coconut Chutney. Coconut Chutney is basically a side dish which goes well with Idli and Dosa.
Ingredients of Onion Coconut Chutney Recipe
Onion – 2 medium sizes
Coconut – ½ cup grated
Garlic – 4 clove
Dried Red Chilli – 2
Curry leaves – 6
Mustard seed – ½ Tea Spoon
Oil – 2 Table Spoon
Basic preparation of Onion Coconut Chutney Recipe
- Peel onion and garlic. Cut into medium pieces.
- Grate coconut.
Method of Onion Coconut Chutney Recipe
Step 1: Heat oil in pan; add mustard seeds, dry red chilli and garlic. Sauté until mustard seeds starts crackling.
Step 2: Now add curry leaves and onion; sauté until onion become soft.
Step 3: Now add grated coconut, salt and stir well. Turn the gas off and let it cool for 10 minutes.
Step 4: Add 1/4th cup water in this mixture and now grind this mixture to make a smooth paste.
Bring Onion Coconut Chutney in a bowl and serve this Chutney with your favorite dish. I prefer having this chutney with instant microwave idli.
Few useful tips for Onion Coconut Chutney
- You can use both dry coconut as well as fresh coconut for this Coconut Chutney recipe.
- You can use one table spoon tamarind paste in this Onion Chutney recipe for a tangy flavor.
- You can temper this chutney with fried curry leaves.