Dry Fish Chutney - Spicy Chutney

Dry fish or Unakkameen thenga chammanthy

Dry Fish Chutney - Spicy Chutney

Dry fish or Unakkameen thenga chammanthy

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By sowmya anilpillai

Published On: 07 Nov 2005

Rating: 4
16 Votes, 12 Reviews
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40 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Seperate the flesh from the fish and wash thorughly in water(this is to remove the salt). Drain the water and sundry it.

Step 2

Once dried, fry the fish in oil (preferably sesame oil).

Step 3

:- The fried fish should be crunchy.

Step 4

Drain the oil and once done, powder it.

Step 5

In a bottom thick pan, Add Grated Coconut, Dried Red Chillies, Pepper, Fenugreek seeds & Curry leaves and saute well.

Step 6

When the color of the coconut changes and all the ingredients become golden brown, stop frying and let the mixture cool in the pan.

Step 7

Baby onions, Ginger, Tamarind and Salt mix coarsely (tharutharuppayi) just like sand.

Step 8

Once the mix is cool, add the fish and mix well.

Step 9

Store in a clean airtight container.

Step 10

:- Be careful to avoid wet spoon as wetness can spoil the mix.

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shamna

The chutney was really good, my children liked it very much, thanks a lot.

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Prakruti

Very good.Thanks for this recipe...Plz post more of this kind....

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shameena

thanks 100 vatam ..was craving for this

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mini

very nice somya..

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Reetha George

dear nalla chammanthy.. Thanks for the recipe

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koorka

ayyo enikangu ishtappatte ee chammanthy

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AE MANU COORG KARNATAKA

good to eat w ith boildrice

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Sowmya Pillai

Joyce, After frying the second category ingredients add onions, ginger( can chop it) and Tamarind( shredded it to bits by hand). Then add this mix to a grinder and powder it. It wont become a fine powder so is the reason i wrote coarsely. Enjoy!!

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Joyce

See how r u doing the 3rd category ? How r u powdering the tamarind ? Please let me know

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Joyce

Could u explain how u r doing the 3rd category, Tamarind which one vallam or kodam .

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leela menon

wow,this is very vry tasty .I am settled down in ernakulam and i love cooking.I searched this site for some varieties to repare for my kids who are settled outside india and comes to see me once in a year.This time i know a new dish,Thanks sowmya

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dhanya

I had this recipe with me from one of my friends mom and had lost it later.When i saw this recipe it reminde me abt my degree days.Anyways this is very tasty and i enjoy it with rice and parippu curry when i feel like not cooking.

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swathi

How many days we can store this fish chutney..

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