Groundnut chutney/ Moongphali chutney/ peanut chutney is served as a side dish along with dosa, medhu wada, or mysore bonda, because of it’s nutty and tangy flavor.
This chutney is rich in proteins from peanuts and easily digestible because of tamarind and mint in it.
Team it up with dosa and mashed potato curry to make a full course meal.
Groundnut chutney in combination with vada also tastes good.
Tangy tamarind groundnut chutney / Instant groundnut chutney in 5 minutes.
Wash and soak the tamarind in 75 ml water for 5 minutes. Keep aside.
Dry roast the groundnut on low flame.
In a blender jar add roasted groundnut, garlic cloves, green chillies, mint leaves, salt and tamarind water.
Grind this into a smooth paste. That's it tamarind groundnut chutney is ready.
- For the best nutty flavour, roast the groundnut on low flame.
- Tempering is optional for this chutney. Nevertheless, it tastes best even raw.