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Recipe of Garlic Chutney | How to Make Garlic Chutney

Vama Dattani | Friday, July 18, 2014 |
Garlic Chutney
Garlic has a lot of health benefits and that's why its a very common ingredient in any dish. It has a nice aromatic flavour which helps in enhancing the dish. Garlic chutney is a quick and easy chutney recipe. I make garlic chutney very often as it tastes great with a lot of dishes. It is used to add spiciness, nice red colour and also garlic flavour to any dish. Its a must chutney in any chaats like Dahi Vada, Ragda Pattice, Kutchi Dabeli etc. These chaats are incomplete without the garlic chutney. Even fresh green garlic chutney is also great to taste. I always make red garlic chutney in large quantity and use it as required. So lets proceed step by step.


Soak the garlic in warm water. Now apply some oil on fingers and peel the garlic. This will make peeling the garlic easily and wont leave aroma on the fingers.

Now in a grinder add garlic, red chilli powder and salt. As its a red chutney we have to add generous amount of red chilli powder. I have added double kashmiri red chilli powder. This has more of red colour and less spiciness.

Grind it to a fine paste by adding little water(2-3 tablespoon) if required.

Garlic chutney is ready.

Garlic Chutney
  
RECIPE OF RED GARLIC CHUTNEY
Spicy and red garlic chutney
By Vama
PREP TIME:5 Minutes COOK TIME:5 Minutes TOTAL TIME:10 Minutes

INGREDIENTS
  • 8-9 large Garlic cloves
  • 1 tablespoon Red chilli powder
  • Salt to Taste
Garlic Chutney


INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Soak the garlic in warm water.
  2. Now apply some oil on fingers and peel the garlic this will make peeling the garlic easily and wont leave aroma on the fingers.
  3. Now in a grinder add garlic, red chilli powder and salt.
  4. Grind it to a fine paste by adding little water(2-3 tablespoon) if required.
  5. Garlic chutney is ready.

If you are looking for other chutneys then do check peanut coriander chutney, mint coriander chutney, Khajur imli chutney, peanut green chillies chutney,

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