Monday, 29 July 2013

Groundnut Chutney Pudi ( Powder )

Posted by Veena Karanth at 07:25:00
Groundnut chutney powder is a spicy dry chutney-like substance which can be eaten along with dosa, idli, chapathi, and even with rice. It is famous in north Karnataka areas. The chutney prepared in those areas is extremely spicy. But here, I have decreased the amount of chillies, and so it is not that spicy. You can preserve this for more than a month. It is ideal for lunch box.

Instead of taking the trouble of preparing chutneys especially in the busy mornings, you can substitute it with this chutney pudi.

chutney Powder Pudi

How to Prepare  The Groundnut Chutney ( Pudi ) Powder.

This recipe hardly takes about thirty minutes to prepare.

Ingredients To Prepare Chutney Powder.

  • Groundnuts - one cup
  • Red chillies ( byadige ) - 10
  • Jeera ( cumin seeds ) - 1 tsp
  • Garlic - one pod
  • Salt - as per taste
  • Asafoetida - a small pinch
  • Curry Leaves - Few ( Optional )

Method To Make Groundnut Chutney Powder

  • Heat a pan and add groundnuts in to it.
  • Fry on a medium flame till it gets roasted.
  • Switch off the flame and allow the groundnuts to cool.
  • After cooling, place a few groundnuts between your palms and just rub it gently so that the outer cover gets peeled off automatically.
  • See to it that the peel does not get mixed with the groundnuts.
  • Slightly Roast Red Chilles and Jeera 
  • Now, take a mixer jar.
  • Add groundnuts, red chillies, salt, jeera ( cumin seeds ), curry leaves and garlic in to it.
  • Run the mixer till the ingredients are turned into a fine powder.
  • Now, transfer it into a air tight bottle and use whenever required.

Kitchen Masti Points

  1. You can use half the quantity of byadige chilli ( red chilli ) and for the remaining half, you can use guntur chillies too, if you wish to have a very hot and spicy chutney powder.
  2. See to it that the chutney powder does not come into direct contact with the moisture content or else the chutney powder will be spoilt immediately.
  3. The quantity of the garlic can be varied as per your taste.
  4. You can also add 1 tsp of coconut oil to this chutney powder and consume it along with hot rice
Also Read: 

Green Pudina Chutney
Green Pudina Chutney

Hirekayi Chutney
Hirekayi Chutney

Homemade Pickle Powder

Coriander Chutney

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