KATHIYAWADI LEHSUN CHUTNEY /GARLIC CHUTNEY

Hello!!

Today I am sharing a delicious chutney from Kathiyawadi region of Gujarat. A fiery red lehsun / garlic chutney. This is not for faint hearts . A great condiment for rotis, Pakodas,Bhajiya,vada pav, Dabeli etc. I am planning to use it in my curries too.

Kathiawar is a dry arid region . They use a lot of legumes, onion and garlic in their cooking.They use Bajra and Potatoes as green vegetables are unavailable for most parts of the year.They use turmeric and chillies to enhance the taste.People use seasonal produce in their cooking.

This month as a part of our recipe swap challenge I was paired with Archana who has some wonderful collection of variety of dishes from Goan and Maharastrian Cuisine . I have bookmarked some of her sauce recipes to try. They can me made with easily available ingredients.Do check out her space https://themadscientistskitchen.com/ .

Original recipe is here

Recipe for Kathiyawadi Lehsun Chutney:

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 Cup Garlic
  • 1.5 Tsp Jeera / Cumin
  • 3 Tsp Coriander Powder
  • Juice of 1/2 Lemon
  • 3 Tsp Chilli Powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 Tsp Water

Method:

Blend all the ingredients in a small jar to make a fine paste. Store it in a air tight Container.

Serve as a condiment with Rotis, Pakoras, dabeli,Vada Pav etc…….

Notes:

Serve in Moderation.

Not for Faint hearts

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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8 thoughts on “KATHIYAWADI LEHSUN CHUTNEY /GARLIC CHUTNEY

  1. I grew up eating this fiery garlic chutney with theplas and bhakris, and still adore it. I’ve never tried making it at home, though. Your chutney looks absolutely delicious, and I would love to try it out some time. 🙂

  2. 1/2 cup of jeera 🙂 thats a lot ! have heard and tasted this, but great to have ur recipe , preeti ! my elder one is eyeing this as I read ur recipe… will try soon !

  3. My mom loves this spicy garlic chutney and we always used to have a jar it in the fridge 🙂 Love the deep red color your chutney has! And you rightly say, it is not for the faint hearted! 😀

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