Saturday, May 19, 2012

Coconut Cilantro Chutney/Biriyani Chammanthi

Coconut and Cilantro Chutney rather known as Biriyani Chammanthi is normally served as the side dish for Malabar Chicken Biriyani. Its quite simple, perfect for Biriyanis or any flavored rice. Normally this is made without adding much water or Yogurt/Curd to make a dry chutney but you can add yogurt or water and alter it according to your taste. Try it out and Enjoy!!!!!


Ingredients:-
  1. Grated coconut ~ 1 ½ cups
  2. Cilantro/Coriander leaves chopped ~ ½ cup
  3. Green chilly ~ 4(adjust accordingly to ur spice level)
  4. Ginger a small piece chopped ~ 1 tsp
  5. Salt ~ ¾ tsp(check and adjust accordingly)
  6. Water ~ 2 tbsp
Preparation Method:-

Combine all the ingredients except water and grind. Add water little by little just enough to grind. Serve with Biriyani's and any flavorful rice.


Sending this to The Kerala Kitchen Event hosted by Jehanne at The Cooking Doctor

23 comments:

  1. Delicious n flavorful chutney, perfect side dish.
    Looks so inviting.

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  2. Thatz a nice combo! Never tried the biriyani chutney combo before:-) Looks very colourful

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  3. Never knew Biriyani's could have chammandi as side.. Interesting... Mouthwatering Biriyani as well
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  4. I have heard a lot about this Calicut speciality chammanthy, Prathibha! So nice to have found the recipe here! Definitely will try, it looks so yummy!!!

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  6. Biryani chammanthi, kollam, i will cilantro chamanthi like this but not dry it is liquid y. Biriyani looks awesome delicious.

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  7. This dry version looks nice.lovely colour..

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  8. Quite an interesting side dish for briyani, never thought of serving chutneys with briyanis, btw cant take my eyes from ur last click,inviting platter.

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  9. flavorful chutney. love the color of chutney

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  10. delicious and flavorful chutney :)

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  11. yum chutney, never made this way.

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  12. Adipoli,thanks for sharing dear,last clicks is so inviting

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  13. Lovely green color chutney..delicious combo with biriyani..Tempting clicks,feeling hungry right away:-)

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  14. This is so new, as a side with briyani, very interesting..

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  15. love d vibrant healthy colorful chutney
    sounds interesting ..wonderful presentation ..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  16. perfect side dish for biriyani...nice one..

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  17. I've never eaten biriyani with chamanthi but have heard a lot abt this combo...wud definitely want to giv this a try....lovely clicks as well.

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    Manju
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  18. I am drooling here... Simply amazing... When u find time do drop at my place

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  19. We make this chammanthi with yogurt, certainly elevates the taste of the biryani. Thanx for sharing..!

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  20. Hi prathiba, thank youuuuuu, this is what i want to try.. bookmarked. Would be yummy wirh biryani as you said. have a nice day

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  22. lovely n perfect chutney with attractive color....

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