Monday, April 30, 2012

Til - Moongfali Chutney - तिल मूंगफली chutney (Sesame Peanut Chutney) for March Blog Hop

Hello Everyone,

I am trying to maintain the continuity. Here is a really late post for the March Blog Hop. Obviously due to this delay I have to apologize to Radhika, organizer of Blog Hops and Nisha, with whom I was paired in March.

Now that apologizes are made and hopefully accepted, here is the recipe I chose from Nisha's blog. I had too many choices, but this chutney caught my eye as I was looking for a new and easy chutney recipe for the idlis I was planning over that weekend.

Nisha, thanks dear, even my older one who is usually very picky with condiments, liked this chutney :)

Til - Moongfali Chutney - तिल मूंगफली chutney (Sesame Peanut Chutney)

Ingredients
Til (White Sesame Seeds) - 1/2 cup
Moongfali (Peanuts) - 1/3 cup
Coconut - 1/4 cup
Tamarind - size of a quarter (one rupee coin)
Dry Red Chilies - 3-4 (per your taste)
Garlic - 4-6 cloves (per your liking)
Salt - per your taste
Oil - 1 tbsp
Water - 1/2 cup (increase or decrease depending on how runny or thick you want your chutney)
For Tempering
Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
Preparation
  • Dry Roast Sesame seeds, Peanuts and Coconut till they are golden brown (do not over roast).
  • Take a non stick pan and add oil to it.
  • Once oil is hot, add tamarind, dry red chilies and garlic.
  • Fry till garlic is nicely roasted and golden brown.
  • Add all the ingredients except for tempering (including water) in a mixer/blender and grind to a coarse to smooth paste (as you like, I preferred it not very smooth).
  • Heat oil in a small pan and once it is hot, add mustard seeds and let them sizzle.
  • Immediately add it to the chutney and serve.

Serving
I served it with idlis and even with my yogurt rice. So, feel free to serve in in anyway you like. I felt that this was a great spread for sandwiches and rolls as well, if you like that taste.


This also goes to MLLA # 47 event brainchild of Susan.
That's all for now. Take care till next post.

18 comments:

Srimathi said...

Is the chutney liquify? I will make it too sometime because we like sesame seeds taste a lot.

Hari Chandana said...

Lovely and healthy chutney.. looks super perfect.. thanks for sharing !!
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SouthIndianHome said...

Delicious chutney

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Interesting chutney recipe !! Looks so homey and good.

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious chutney Priya.

PriyaVaasu said...

My Favorite chutney too!!! but i dont til in it!!! adding til must make it very flavorful i believe!!!!!

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Delicious chutney,luks yum...i dont mind to finish the plate.pls pass it:)

Priti said...

My fav ...looks yum

Priya said...

Wat a super flavourful chutney.

Vardhini said...

Inviting chutney Priya.

Vardhini
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Archana said...

The colour of the chutney is so yum looking.

Suja Manoj said...

Delicious chutney..love it.

Sravs said...

Super chutney with appetizing tastes !!

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Sensible Vegetarian said...

Very yummy and healthy chutney.

Jyoti said...

That is a new combo to me. Looks good

R said...

interesting ingredients, love the presentation!!

Anisha Ranjit said...

I would love to try this... never thought of using til in chutney... :)

Srivalli said...

Though we make peanut chutney so regularly never tried with sesame..sounds interesting!

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