Wet Coconut Chutney


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Wet Coconut Chutney is the unavoidable part of South Indian dishes like Idli/Dosa/Vada. Wet coconut chutney is a blended mixture of coconut, coriander leaves, garlic, ginger, curry leaves and green chillies. There can be many variations of coconut chutney like adding different ingredients in the main ingredient i.e. coconut.

Wet Coconut Chutney is an extremely easy and tasty recipe. You can complement this chutney with any south Indian dish as well as any parathas. Nutritional values of this chutney makes it healthy and medically beneficial. There are many variations of this chutney. 

Lets see the simple recipe...

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Quantity: 1.25 Cups

Taste: Chilly Spicy

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What are ingredients in coconut chutney?

Wet Masala

  • Coriander Leaves (कोथिंबीर)
  • Garlic (लह्सुन )
  • Ginger (अद्रक)
  • Curry Leaves (कढीपत्ता)
  • Green Chilies (हिरवी मिरची / हरी मिरची)
  • Coconut (ओले नारळ)

Dry Masala

  • Cumin Seed (जीरे)
  • Urad Dal(उरद दाल)
  • Turmeric powder (हळद)
  • Salt (मीठ)
  • Sugar (साखर)
  • Edible oil
  • Water
ingredients

How to prepare coconut chutney?

step 1

Take 1 cup grated coconut into the mixture pot.

step 2

Add 4-5 cut green chillies into it.

step 3

Add 1 inch ginger, cut into pieces into it.

step 4

Add 3-4 cut garlic cloves into it.

step 5

Add ½ cup coriander leaves into it.

step 6

Add 5-6 curry leaves.

step 7

Blend it.

step 8

Add 1 cup water.

step 9

Add 1 teaspoon salt.

step 10

Add1 teaspoon sugar.

step 11

Blend it. Check the consistency. If you want more liquid then add ½ cup of water and blend it again.

step 12

Take this mixture in the bowl.

step 13

For Tadka , take a tadka pan, switch on the gas and add 2 teaspoon of oil in it.

step 14

When oil gets heated, add 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds in it.

step 15

Then add 1 teaspoon urad dal in it.

step 16

Add, ½ spoon of turmeric powder, 4-5 curry leaves in the tadka pan.

step 17

Pour this tadka on the blended coconut chutney.

step 18

Ready to serve.

Special Note

  • If you want sour taste, you can add lemon or curd in this chutney.
  • Use fresh coconut for more juicy and flavoured chutney.
  • Consistency of this chutney can be adjusted by adding water of our choice.

Variations of this chutney

The main ingredient of coconut chutney is coconut. We can mix different ingredients to change the taste of the regular chutney.
  • We can add soaked chana dal in the coconut chutney. It thickens the chutney
  • If you are a spice lover, you can increase the quantity and type of green chillies.
  • We can add lemon in this chutney for sour taste. But serving with Idli/Dosa I did not prefer lemon as  Idli/Dosa batter is already sour one
wet coconut chutney

How to serve?

  • Wet coconut chutney goes well with Idli/Dosa/Uttapam/Appe/Medu Vada
  • This chutney can be served with your regular meal.
  • We can serve coconut chutney with snacks like Pakora/Upma/Poha
  • Regular parathas can taste better with this chutney.
wet coconut chutney with idli
dosa

How to preserve?

This is wet chutney. So, store it in a plastic container and store it in the refrigerator. It can be stored for 2-3 days in the refrigerator. We can store it in the deep freeze for a month.

Benefits of coconut chutney

This is a mixture of  coconut, coriander leaves, garlic, ginger, curry leaves and green chillies. All ingredients have health benefits. The main element is coconut. 

Let's have a look at the benefits of coconut…
  • Coconut is highly nutritious.
  • It is rich in minerals.
  • Coconut is beneficial to heart health.
  • Antioxidants are present in coconut which helps in cell healing from damage.
  • There is fibre and fat available in the coconut, which helps to stabilize blood sugar.

Other elements of coconut chutney are coriander leaves, garlic, ginger, curry leaves and green chillies. These elements are also having health benefits.

Overall, wet coconut chutney is healthy to eat.

You can also read "5 Impressive Benefits of Coconut"

Disadvantages of coconut chutney

Meanwhile, anything eaten in excess affects the body. Same with coconut chutney. If it is eaten in large quantities, it has the following effects..
  • Weight gain
  • Constipation
  • High cholesterol
  • Raise in sugar level
  • Allergy

Different recipes of coconut chutney

Until now, there are many different versions of coconut chutney recipes available. Different recipes can be made by adding different ingredients like curd, chana dal, peanut, beetroot, spinach, mint and many more of our choice.

Though this chutney is an essential part of south Indian cuisine, it is accepted everywhere. Dosa/Idli/Appe/Uthappa is not complete without coconut chutney.

Some recipes to list are..
  • Instant Coconut Chutney
  • Coconut Chutney with curd
  • Coconut Chutney with chana dal
  • Red Coconut Chutney
  • Dry Coconut Chutney
  • Garlic and Coconut Chutney
  • Tamarind Coconut Chutney

My experience with this chutney

South Indian dishes taste superb with coconut chutney which can be made in different styles. I always prepare wet coconut chutney with south Indian dishes. Idli and Dosa cooked at home are incomplete with wet coconut chutney.

Everyone at home loves this chutney and can't imagine dosa or idli without it. I even make this chutney with stuffed parathas. My efforts are always to make this chutney due  to its nutritional values.

FAQ

How do you keep coconut chutney fresh?

Is coconut chutney good for health?

What do you eat coconut chutney with?

Can we freeze coconut chutney?

What happens if you eat too much coconut?

Does coconut chutney increase weight?

Conclusion


In conclusion, me and my entire family like Wet Groundnut Chutney very much with South Indian Dishes. It's simple, easy, nutritional and delicious. Try it , Share it and  I am sure people will ask you about its recipe. 


Happy Cooking...

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