garlic-chutniGarlic Chutni is made from fresh garlic, dry or fresh coconut, ground nuts and red chilli powder. This could also be mixed with hot rice and ghee and eaten.

Garlic Chutni Have Regional Names:

Garlic Chutni are all various regional names such as belluli chutni and lehsan ki chutni.

Garlic Chutni Have 2 Varieties:

Garlic Chutni have two varieties one is dry powdered variety that can be stored in bottles for few weeks. The second one is wet variety is made with fresh grated coocnut and is for immediate use.

Origin Of Garlic Chutni:

Garlic Chutni is origin to India especially from the state of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Pakistan. It is also popular in the Pakistani homes.

Recipe Of Garlic Chutni:

Preparation time 15 minutes
Serves 5-6 people.


Garlic pods 2
Red chillies 5 gram
Dry coconut 1/2 cup
tamarind paste 2 tbsp
Salt To taste

Instruction For Making:

1. Clean the garlic and cut the coconut into pieces.

2. Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend for 1 minute.

3. Add water and stir contents if necessary and blend for another
3 minutes.

Variation In Garlic Chutni:

There are many variations of making the Garlic Chutni. One variety called as the sizzling hot Garlic Chutni that goes well. You can also make it more variable by adding fresh coriander leaves and also you can add cumin roasted and grinded to enhance its taste as per your taste buds.

Uses Of Garlic Chutni:

Garlic Chutni can be served with any type of rice or dal chawal and also can be eaten with any flat bread like roti, paratha, bread or buns, naans and kulcha. It can also be served as a side dish.

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