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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Dry Green Chutney



How to make Rajkot's Famous Dry Green Chutney | Spicy Green Peanut Dry Chutney | Spicy Peanut Dry Chutney |Rajkot Green Chutney | Rajkot Ni Famous Chutney 


Hello Friends

I'm back with one more interesting, super delicious, spicy, finger licking, flavorful and healthy recipe for you. It is super quick and very easy to make. It goes well with almost all the Indian foods. Sharing Rajkot's famous green dry chutney with the stepwise pictures...


Today's blog post is dedicated to my big brother as I'm able to share this recipe because of him. My brother ordered dry chilly chutney all the way from Gujarat that too by normal post.. To be very honest, initially, I really don't like the idea of ordering perishable commodity all the way from Rajkot - Gujarat.  And it had taken such a long time to get delivered to our place.. No blame game, but due to delay, rough handling, it got spoiled in transit. But, chutney vendor understood the problem and arranged fresh chutney for us and that got delivered in time.



From the last few days, to get the perfect taste of this chutney, I had tried many trial and error recipes. This recipe is very close to the chutney I had tasted... 



☑ What's so special in this chutney!


Well, the first thing it is super delicious… and you can relish it with any Indian food. It is very unique in taste and difficult to guess. Second - if handled nicely can be stored up to months time and best suited for picnics, travelling and outdoor parties. Third - it can be easily stored in the freezer compartment and no ice crystals are formed. Fourth - This chutney works great and best alternative for coriander and mint chutney. Fifth - No onion - No garlic chutney. Sixth - Boost your metabolism. 



No more suspense, lets get started....

☑Recipe details 

▫Preparation time 5-10 minutes 
▫Cooking time nil
▫Recipe type Chutney - accompaniment 
▫Cuisine - Rajkot - Gujarat (India) 


☑Ingredients required for Rajkot's Famous Spicy Dry Green Chutney 



✔80-100 grams peanuts 
✔15-20 green chillies 
✔A pinch of turmeric powder 
✔salt to taste 
✔half lemon juice or as per the preference 
✔2 tsp mustard oil (optional)




☑Method 


✔Step 1 Mise en place


◾Green chillies - Nicely washed, stems removed - pat dry - roughly chopped.




Peanuts - if using raw peanuts - roast it slightly - remove the skin - keep it aside until called for

✔Step 2 Blending 

◾Take peanuts, turmeric powder and salt in a mixer grinder jar and pulse for 10-12 seconds.. Remove in the bowl and keep it aside.. 

◾In the same grinder jar, add green chillies, 2 tsp above prepared peanut turmeric coarse powder and lemon juice and make a fine paste.

◾In this fine paste, add leftover peanut turmeric coarse powder and pulse for 3-5 seconds. Add mustard oil.. Mix it well.


◾Remove it in the serving bowl or keep this in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Serve as an when required..



Also refer
Bhelpuri Chutney 






24 comments:

  1. Mouth watering Deepa :) You made it awesome...I give a try today :) That much tempting your dish:) Thanks for sharing wonderful shares...as already said I am big fan of your blog, i do visit daily your blog for latest recipes

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    1. Trust me, it feels awesome to have a follower like you.. Thank you so so much dear for such a lovely and beautiful comment.. God bless you.

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  2. Wow! This green chutney is making me drool, Deepa. Love how delicious, full of flavors and beautiful it is. Love spicy food like anything and this chutney is calling my name. :)

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    1. Yes, absolutely... I'm in complete sync with you, I'm very sure you'll going to love this chutney a lot... Thank you soooo much dear for this lovely comment.

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  3. Nice chutney deepa.. I usually add Almonds in my Green Chutney.. Next time will try it out with Peanuts :)

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    1. Yes, almonds sounds great, even I sometimes add almonds when peanuts are not available in the kitchen.. It works great. Please try this with peanuts.. Thank you so much for this valuable feedback.

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  4. WOW that is so tempting greenish. Explained in detailed and made so easy. Want to taste your chutney immediately...

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    1. Yes, You're most welcome. Thank you soooo much dear.

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  5. Superb!!! Your recipes are excellent and i love to visit your website and follow you. Tried your chutney yesterday and it was simply WOw! Thanks a lot.

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    1. Thank you so much for trying and sharing valuable feedback.

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  6. WoW Deepa this dry peanut chutney is making me drool. Love the information which you shared with us about chutney. AWESOME share :)

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    1. Thank you so much dear, glad you liked it. The feeling of recreating our favorite food- which we love the most is simply awesome.. And I love to sync this situation with my favorite song from the movie khamoshi.. aaj mein upar..aasmaan neeche.

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  7. This chutney is just mouth watering u make using red chillies will try this also

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  8. what a pretty color. Looks perfect dear!

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  9. this is super awesome.. The way you listed the benefits -- great yaar.

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    1. Thank you soooo much dear for this lovely comment.

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  10. Real tempting dip. Will try soon . Pinned

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