Onion Chammanthi

Chammanthi made with Small onions(Kunjulli) and Coconut

Onion Chammanthi

Chammanthi made with Small onions(Kunjulli) and Coconut

Category : Vegetarian, Chutneys

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By pp

Published On: 13 Jan 2005

Rating: 4
9 Votes, 6 Reviews
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15 Minutes
Served : 4
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Directions

Step 1

Cut shallots in half.

Step 2

Heat the oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 3

Add the shallots and saute for a short time.

Step 4

When the colour of the shallots start changing, add the grated coconut and the chillies and saute them, till the raw smell of coconut no longer comes.

Step 5

Once the coconut also turns colour, switch off the flame.

Step 6

Grind this mixture along with salt and a little quantity of water in a mixer grinder.

Step 7

:- Serve with idlis or dosas.

Step 8

:- If water is less, the result will be a very dry chutney.
:- Ensure that water quantity is not high, otherwise, the chutney will be very watery.
:- If shallots are not available, it can be replaced with onions (savala). One large onion will be sufficient for one half of the coconut.

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aparna

Really nice and tasty..My husb liked it so much....Thanks...and keep us posted with such great recipe

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cissy

really nice and tasty

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Sunil

Easy to make...quick..and tasty...thanks for the recipe

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Jithesh

Good recipe...very easy to make and very tasty..we enjoyed it.

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Ram

Really a very good and very easy receipe to try out.

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Shinu

I came across this recipe accidently. Since the coconut chutney`s I prepare never came out well, I thought I`ll give this simple recipe a try. It was fabulous! Thanks a lot for posting this recipe.

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