Kobbari Pacchadi

For the last day of this month long Blogging Marathon # 27, here is a humble and basic chutney from my kitchen.

It is very rare for me to make this coconut chutney at home. The reason is simple. I am very picky when it comes to the quality of coconut. We very rarely the coconut which doesn't smell or which is not dry. On the rare occasion we get good quality coconut, we tend to eat it raw with some jaggery. 

Ingredients - 

Fresh Coconut, shredded 1 cup
Green Chillies 4-5 (or to taste)
Tamarind pulp 1 tsp 
Salt as needed
Coriander leaves, few
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, Chana Dal 1 tsp, Urad Dal 1 tsp, Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp, Cumin seeds 1/2 tsp, Asafoetida 2 pinches, Curry leaves few)


Kobbari Pacchadi

Method Of Preparation -

Grind all the ingredients adding as little of water as needed.

Prepare the seasoning - Heat Oil in a pan, add all the seasoning ingredients in the order mentioned. After the mustard seeds pop, remove from fire and transfer onto the chutney.

Mix well and serve with steaming hot rice or Ven Pongal.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.

Here is the list of recipes blogged this month in a glance..

Week 4 - Misc (Craft or Condiments)


Preparation Time 7-10 min
Makes 1 cup
Posted by Harini R on Tuesday, April 30, 2013

13 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. Harini, enjoyed your month long blogging..and that's a nice chutney.

     
  3. Wow...lovely post of different recipes dear

     
  4. divya Says:
  5. looks scrumptiously tasty dear

     
  6. Priya Suresh Says:
  7. Love this super coarse chutney,wat a wonderful long marathon na.

     
  8. nice chutney.....

     
  9. Pavani N Says:
  10. That is one of my favorite coconut chutney. I don't make it that often because of the same reasons -- I never find good fresh coconuts here.

     
  11. Suma Gandlur Says:
  12. Same here. I have given up on coconuts and don't buy them at all. Instead go with frozen stuff. Besides the husband hates it to the core and can smell it miles away.:)
    And so no chance of this chutney at my home though it used to be my favorite at my mother's place. :)
    A delicious chutney and my mouth is watering.

     
  13. Preeti Garg Says:
  14. Awesome recipe

     
  15. Nice chutney

     
  16. Rajani S Says:
  17. My father has to have coconut in everything he eats. It's coconut chutney, coconut sambar, and coconut sprinkled thoran. It is all changing now, but yet he cannot imagine cooking without coconut :)...so this chutney is a staple at home, I don't make this much though.

    It was wonderful running the BM with you, I loved a lot of your recipes and as usual have marked some for trying later :)

     
  18. Manju Says:
  19. It's a must in our home mom use to make this most of the mornings. Now missing this here.

     
  20. I loe to add coconut in everything. This is perfect for me:-)

     
  21. Reading what u have written abt coconuts has me thanking God for I love coconut and my chutney. Thanks for running the marathon with me.

     
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