milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutneyWe people love spiced up in our day-to-day life other wise it becomes boring!really!!then why not in our food.This a authentic chettinad milagai chutney recipe served with kuli paniyaram and goes very well with idli,dosa too…Among wide varieties of chutney’s am having a special madness for this milagai chutney recipe !milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutneyAm totally excited every time I make it.I used to soak the red-chillies before grinding rather than grinding as such.I always prefer and love to add small onions (shallots) wherever possible than the bigger one(if the recipe demands)and here it is a whole lot of small onions that the recipe demands and the taste is always appreciated.Yes!!! we are  now into step by step instructives for the most demanding chutney…

milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

INGREDIENTS:

Small onions – 1 cup,Tomatoes – 2
Dry red chillies – 7-8(soaked)
Garlic – 2-3 pieces(peeled)
Salt to taste
Tamarind extract – 3 tbsp
Oil as needed(5-6 approx)
Mustard seeds – 1 tsp,Little asafoetida

METHOD:

1.First soak chillies for 15 minutes and keep ready and also the tamarind extract.
2.Grind every thing with salt except tamarind.
3.Then heat a kadai add oil.
4.Add mustard,asafoetida and let splutter.
5.Add the ground mix.
6.Saute nicely for few minutes.
7.Then add tamarind extract.
8.Saute it nicely till the content leaves the pan.

milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

Total Time: 15 minutes

milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

Ingredients

  • Small onions - 1 cup
  • Dry red chillies - 7-8(soaked)
  • Garlic - 2-3 pieces(peeled)
  • Salt to taste
  • Tamarind extract - 3 tbsp
  • Oil as needed(5-6 approx)
  • Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  • Asafoetida - little
  • Tomatoes - 2

Instructions

  1. First soak chillies for 15 minutes and keep ready and also the tamarind extract.
  2. Grind every thing with salt except tamarind.
  3. Then heat a kadai add oil.
  4. Add mustard,asafoetida and let splutter.
  5. Add the ground mix.
  6. Saute nicely for few minutes.
  7. Then add tamarind extract.
  8. Saute it nicely till the content leaves the pan.
  9. Serve it.

Notes

Can directly grind the chillies but i prefer soaking before grinding. Stirring properly is very important otherwise the rawness don't go off.

2 thoughts on “milagai chutney recipe/dry red chilli chutney

  1. Hi Vani, loved this easy version of chutney. We make a chutney with red chilies not with the dried ones but fresh. Loved ur version, so easy to make with not many ingredients needed. will try it sometime

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