Phalli Chutney / Groundnut chutney - Vegan

Chutneys are a quint essential accompaniment for the breakfast in every Indian Household.  The chutney or dips are made using various ingredients and each one is flavorful and unique in it's own way .
Today I have tried to make a Chutney using groundnuts also called as Phalli Pachadi in telugu.

This month in our FB group shhhhh cooking secretly challenge  we are travelling across the state of Telangana and I was given Ginger and Red Chilli powder as secret ingredients by my partner  Sasmita who blogs at First Timer Cook  .

Those of you who know me , will definitely know my love for peanuts and this chutney had to find its place in my blog soon and this was the best opportunity to prepare ,devour and blog.

I am also linking this to the MLLA #132 event being hosted by my cousin Kalyani of Sizzling Tastebuds .

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 10 mins
Serves : 3 to 4
Complexity  : Simple


Ingredients
1 cup peanuts
2 -3 medium sized tomatoes
2 green chilies
Small piece of ginger
Few curry leaves
1 tsp red chilli powder
1/2 tsp haldi powder
1 tsp mustard seeds
Asafoetida/hing as needed
2 tsp  oil
Salt as required
Fresh corriander

Method
Dry roast the peanuts or m/w for 1 min and allow it cool .  Rub and deskin the roasted peanuts . Alternatively you can also roast pre deskinned groundnut too .



In a pan , heat a tsp of oil and fry the green chillies , ginger and curry leaves.



Saute the tomatoes with some salt , fresh coriander, haldi and asafoetida and cook until the tomatoes turn mushy . Allow it to cool.


In a blender , add the roasted peanuts , sauteed tomatoes, red chilli powder, some salt of needed and blend it into a fine paste like chutney .


Prepare a tempering of mustard seeds and pour it over the chutney. Enjoy with any  breakfast item like idli, dosa , oothappam , chapati etc or can also be mixed with hot rice and ghee .




Linking to MLLA #132  hosted by Sizzling Tastebuds 



Comments

  1. I love chutneys of all kind, esp the ones that make breakfast a breeze ! this pall pachadi version with tomatoes is new , want to try. I generally make without tomatoes. nice, vibrant colour there...

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    1. I am sure all of you will love it. Do try and lemme know .

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  2. Phalli Chutney looks so tempting Priya. I can imagine the burst of flavors of this chutney. We are a family who love peanuts so am sure they will enjoy this chutney.

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  3. The Phalli Chutney looks absolutely delicious. While I often make chutney using groundnuts, I have never tried adding tomatoes to it. Will try out this version the next time. :)

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    1. Do try it and I am sure you will love it . The tanginess from the tomato really lifts the taste of the chutney .this was my first trial with only tomatoes sans the tamarind

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  4. I love different types of peanut chutney. And this phalli chutney looks lipsmacking. Happy to get one more peanut chutney recipe.

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