Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Gongura Chutney



Ingredients:




Gongura leaves - 1 Bunch
Sambar Onion (Small) - 15 nos


Tomato - 1 (medium size, chopped)






Green chillies - 2 nos

Bengal gram - 1 tsp

Urad Dal - 1 tsp

Dry Red Chilies - 4 nos

Fenugreek - 2 tbs

Tamarind juice - 2 tbs

Gingelly Oil - 25 ml

Asafoetida - 1 pinch

Curry leaves - a handfull

Salt to taste


Method:


Clean and boil the Gongura leaves. 

Filter the water and keep the gongura aside. 

In a pan put a teaspoon of oil and saute onion , the chopped tomato and green chillies .

After it comes cool grind with cooked gongura leaves with salt

Dry roast fenugreek and grind it to powder.

In a heavy pan pour Gingelly oil and put mustard seed, Urad Dall, 

Bengal gram and allow it for spluttering.

Put asafoetida and red chilies and curry leaves fry for 1 minute.

Sprinkle half of fenugreek powder then add mashed Gongura , and tamarind juice. 

Mix well and add the remaining fenugreek powder 

This way we retain the flavor of fenugreek.

Pour some more Gingelly oil.

Serve with hot rice or chapatti.

44 comments:

  1. it is new to me but chutney sounds tasty and perfect with rice

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  2. my hubby loves this.. thanks for sharing it dear..

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  3. Gongura chutney looks delicious, Nice to have fresh leaves.

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  4. looks delicious.....tangy and spicy chutney :)

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  5. Very new to me. chutney looks awesome!!! Keep on dear...

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  6. simple yet flavourfull chutney maa.Love it.

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  7. Nice chutney. Tastes very good with steamed rice and a dollop of ghee

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  8. My fav chutney... looks delicious....love it!



    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  9. is it red chilly or green chilly .. u have give red chilly and grinding the green chilly?????

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    1. She has used both chillies, green chillies for grinding and red chillies for seasoning...

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  10. Aww!! That looks so traditional.. Looks so divine!! Lip smacking chutney!

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  11. Iam an ardent fan of this... Thanks for Sharing...
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  12. Yummy.Looks fresh and tempting Punitha.

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  13. Yummy.Looks fresh and tempting Punitha.

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  15. yummy yummy..one of my fav chutney..will never miss whenever i go to andhra restuarant:)Perfect with hot rice...

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  16. This is something new to me, I have never seen gongura plant before.

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  17. i have heard it but never taste till date..dont know are the leaves available here?sounds yummy..

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  18. Slurp,tonguetickling chutney.

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  19. This is awesome! Gongura is not found here in Hong Kong, but I am passing this recipe over to my sister in Delhi. Loved this chutney!

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  20. Feel like taking a lick, tangy and spicy..

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  21. I have had this at andhra restaurants in Bangalore ......dint know of it's origin. Great pic

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  22. hey Punitha, you have an amazing blog here, everything is so home-madey, fresh and original. i love south indian food, yum!
    def following you :)
    new post up
    ~ashy
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  23. Gongura leaves is new to me..thanks for the pic !! Will see if I can get it here..chutney sounds yumm :)

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  24. healthy and flavourful chutney dear :)

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  25. Tangy and simply yummy chutney

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  26. This is new for me but looks good...

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  27. good one ..keep it up..

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  28. Love this chutney. Did not know you add tomato to it.

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  29. New and interesting chutney...looks yummy..

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  30. very interesting and healthy !!! love this chutney...
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  31. Nice recipe. Looks wonderful and delicious.

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  32. nice recipe.. I really miss this :-)

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  33. I love this chutney! Nice pics too.

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  34. Very good taste of Gongura Chutney recipe and it is famous recipe. This Chutney recipe is good for health and everyone like this recipe.

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