Kadalai paruppu chutney is yet another jiffy cooking dish. Unlike other chutneys this one can be had with rice too. I usually prepare this chutney without adding too much water (bit thick). It tastes heavenly when it is taken with hot rice and nalla ennai (Gingelly oil).
Kadalai paruppu (Bengal gram): 1 cup
Ginger: small piece
Coriander leaves: few
Red chilies: 3
Salt: to taste
Tamarind: a pinch
Coconut: as per taste
Asafetida: a pinch
- Heat little oil and roast the kadalai paruppu and red chilies.
- Add asafetida to it.
- Allow the mixture to cool.
- Add coconut, coriander leaves, salt, ginger and tamarind to the mixture.
- Add little water and grind it.
- Serve with hot rice, idly, dosa or chappathi.
- You can also add garlic to the recipe.
- Green chilies can be used instead of red chilies. Both ways the chutney tastes yummy.
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31 replies on “Kadalai paruppu chutney | Bengal gram chutney”
looks fantastic..Iam going to add this to my chutney repertoire , thanks to you 🙂
Thats a diff chutney Anu! Looks delicious! 🙂
hai…thank you for visiting my blog…..do visit often…..love this chutney
my fav.. looks tempting…
kadalai paruppu chutney looks so good dear. I love this very much with puliyotharai / lemon rice.
More like thogayal right..love all kinds of chutney
This reminds me of parappu thogayal, only different because of the ginger and coriander leaves. Loved it, I am definitely going to try this one soon 🙂
This looks lovely! I would love to have this mixed with rice and some oil. (and ofcourse a papad)
Thanks for visiting myblog and dropping your comments. Hey even blog looks amazing with lots of delicious dishes..
Thank you for stopping by my blog and for the comment. You have a good collection of recipes. Your art work is pretty good,very creative.I also liked the kadalaparippu chutney,haven’t tried this chutney. Will sure try it soon.
Glad that you all liked my simple recipe … 🙂 I am really encouraged by your motivating words…
simple.but tastey. water pouring.
Nice chutney Anu…i love to do with urad dal and tuar dal too…You have a beautiful blog…good job…Thank you for stopping by.
Oh wow chutney with urad and tuar dal… would try this combo! Do keep in touch 🙂
Chutney or thogayal is looking lovely. As you said it will taste heavenly with rice.
Thanks Usha. Do keep in touch 🙂
wow this is so yummy
Thanks Subarna 🙂
I tried this chutney. Tasted good with Rice. Thanks for the Recipe, Anu!
Thanks for the feedback Deepa. Glad you liked it.