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August 4, 2010

Kalchina Aratikaya Pachadi ~ Roasted Plantain Chutney


Kalchina Aratikaya Pachadi ~ Fire Roasted Plantain (banana) Chutney

Ingredients :

Plantain (Raw Banana) : 1
Coriander seeds : 2 tsp
Urad Dal : 1 tsp
Dry Red Chillies : 8
Tamarind : small gooseberry size
Mustard Seeds : 1/4 tsp
Chana dal : 1/4 tsp
A pinch of hing
Few curry leaves
Salt to taste
Oil

Method :


Soak the tamarind in water and set aside. Coat the plantain with oil and place the plantain directly on the stove flame. Roast the plantains, until they are black. When the plantains turn black, remove from the flame and allow it to cool. Peel the plantain and cut into pieces. Keep them aside. Heat 2 tea spoons of oil in frying fan. Add and fry the coriander seeds and urad dal to light brown color. Now add the red chillies and let them fry for another few minutes. Take it out from the pan and allow it to cool. grind the roasted spices into fine powder. Then add the roasted plantains, soaked tamarind and salt to it. Grind into a paste using a little water. Heat one table spoon of oil in pan for seasoning. Add the mustard seeds and chana dal and let them splutter. When the seeds stop popping, add the curry leaves and hing. Stir for another few minutes and turn off the flame. Add this popu / tadka to the chutney and mix well. Serve with dosa, roti or rice.

34 comments:

  1. Kalchina aratikaya pachhadi, wow..chala ruchiga untundhi kadhu, a good variety of pachhadi,surely want to do it.

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  2. Lovely curry , still i have not done another kalchina aratikaya curry which u posted right? I have bookmarked, will try and let u soon. I love this aratikaya so much.

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  3. I didnt knew we could make chutney with plaintains..looks good..

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  4. never heard of roasted plantain but this looks really tasty..

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  5. wow ,lovely chutney ...epudu try cheyaludu ...kani chustene tiniyali anni anipistudi ...thanks for sharing dear

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  6. very different curry..sounds yum..

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  7. New one for me!
    Looks and sounds great.. Will def give it a shot.

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  8. This curry is new one to me. I will try as i love plantain very much.

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  9. very intresting chutney... luks delicious and very tempting too.. well explained... like to have it with rice.. wil surely try dis..

    u have a lovely space ...and good collection of recipes .. if u find time do visit my blog.. added u in my blogger friends list... glad to found u

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  10. interesting dear...lovely click

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  11. Should try this. Never knew this could be done. Will let you know as soon as I try it.

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  12. We dont use tamarind juice to plantain, sounds very tasty shall try your version!!!

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  13. This is new to me..bookmarked it.
    Loved your whole thali..so inviting.

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  14. this recipe is new to me.. the pic is good..

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  15. wow, very new pachhadi and looks absolutely delicious.

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  16. This is looking lovely and tempting:)

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  17. Wow...that looks spicy and delicious......

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  18. Totally new to me.. Interesting one..

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  19. I am bookmarking this, a true Andhra flavor..

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  20. Very interesting chutney Chandana.

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  21. interesting, I've never cooked with plaintains...

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  22. New, innovative and interesting recipe. Chutney looks yummy and fabulous. Wonderful presentation.
    Please collect your award from my blog.

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  23. Picture looks very much tempting,this I have not tried or tasted so far,nice recipe!

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  24. interesting chutney..i wud have never thought of making it with plantain

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  25. very much new to me!!looks yummy!!

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  26. Wow! What a different version! I'll definitely try this when I buy some plantains next time!

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  27. Roasted plantain chutney sounds quite interesting.I have never tried it

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  28. plaintain sabji looks delicious..liked the recipe

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  29. interesting.......i love plantains but never have cooked them like this.

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