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Onion Chutney

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Onion Chutney is one of the most requested chutney in our house, ever since I made it some time back. Those looking for a variation from the usual coconut chutney can try this recipe. A perfect accompaniment for Dosa, Idli or Pariyaaram

Onion Chutney

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Onion Chutney
Onion Chutney is one of the most requested chutney in our house, ever since I made it some time back. Those looking for a variation from the usual coconut chutney can try this recipe. A perfect accompaniment for Dosa, Idli or Pariyaaram Onion Chutney
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For Tempering
Servings
Ingredients
For Tempering
Instructions
  1. Heat oil in a pan and saute the onions, garlic and red chillies till they turn light brown in colour.
  2. If using red chilli powder you can add it now and stir for a few seconds.
  3. Switch off heat and let cool.
  4. Once cool, transfer the onion mixture to a grinder along with salt and tamarind paste.
  5. Grind to a fine paste.
  6. Transfer to a serving dish.
  7. For tempering, heat oil in a pan and add the mustard seeds.
  8. When they start to splutter, add the curry leaves and chillies.
  9. Stir for a few seconds and switch off heat.
  10. Pour this over the chutney and serve with Idli, Dosa, Paniyaarams etc.
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  1. anonymous says:

    its small onoin or big onion ur using for making onion chutney?

  2. anonymous says:

    its small onoin or big onion ur using for making onion chutney?

  3. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Big ones

  4. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Big ones

  5. reshma says:

    can we use tamarind water?

  6. reshma says:

    can we use tamarind water?

  7. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes you can. In that case adjust the quantity of water used to grind the paste.

  8. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes you can. In that case adjust the quantity of water used to grind the paste.

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