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Garlic Chutney

A typical chutney from the state of Maharashtra. It goes very well with the hearty "Bhaakri". Enjoyed as a taste enhancer with a meal it is an acquired taste.        

       1/2 dried Coconut ( Indian Grocery Store)

Quick Tip: Buy ready to use UNSWEETENED dry grated coconut. Available in an Indian Grocery Store. Use 1 cup. 


       1 cup Garlic pieces (medium size)
       1/2 cup Coriander seeds
       3 tbsp Red Chili Powder
       Salt to taste

 

First grate the coconut and keep aside. Be careful while grating as the coconut tends to slip. Use a fine grater. Or use the ready made coconut.

Peel the garlic cloves and mix them in the grated coconut.

Then roast the coriander seeds lightly and add to it.

Now add the red chili powder and salt to it.

Then grind the above mixture in a mixer in spurts. Do mot over mix as you do not want a fine mixture but a coarse one.


   

 

 

 

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