As prepared in an Ultra Vario+ Mixer Grinder by Ms. Hari Priya.
Peanut or groundnut chutney is an Andhra staple that goes really well with dosas, idlis and uttappams and any Indian snack for that matter. It is rich in protein and has a warm nutty flavour that you can’t get enough of.
Makes 1 Cup
100 Grams peanuts
2 Tablespoons oil
10 Red chillis
1 Tablespoon jeera
1 Inch tamarind
Salt to taste
1. Fry the peanuts and load them in the Ultra Vario+ Mixer Grinder.
2. In an pan add oil, jeera, red chilli, tamarind and fry all together.
3. Add the fried items to the peanuts in the Ultra Vario+ Mixer Grinder and grind for 30 seconds in Speed 2.
4. Fry red chilli and curry leaves in a little oil and pour on the chutney.
Since there’s no coconut in this recipe, it won’t go bad quickly. You can make peanut chutney in large quantities, store it in the fridge and enjoy it for 5-6 days easily.