Peanut Chutney - Add Liberally To Kids Meal

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05:05 PM | 24-07-2019
Prep Time
15 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings
3-4 persons

Our favorite nut for sure. Peanuts is an economically wise choice for regular use as nut. Infact the organic varieties also work out well, for the pocket. Here’s a versatile dip from the humble peanut!You can get different tasting dips from same base ingredient:Add the curry leaves and mustard seeds – it’s a south Indian chutney.Add honey, lemon, chillie flakes – it’s a satay like peanut dip.Add some water, put on a wok, add steamed veggies and it’s a curry!Here is the south Indian version of peanut chutney

Ingredients

  • Peanut: 1 cup (We prefer 24 Mantra organic)
  • Crushed Jaggery: 1 tsp (to taste). Can use honey also
  • Red chilli: 1 whole (adds a nice color)
  • Soaked Imli – ¼ cup. Can use lemon too
  • Sendha Salt/ Rock salt: to taste
  • Water: ¼ cup (or less) only for consistency

GARNISH:

  • Black mustard seeds – ½ tsp
  • Curry leaves – 1/4th cup

Method

To roast peanuts:

  • Roast peanuts in a wok.
  • Keep on a plate, crush with hand, remove skin.
  • Blow the skin away gently – yes that’s easy.
  • Roasted peanuts ready.
  • Keep this in bottle to make the dip in under 10 minutes as and when needed.

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To make the dip:

  • Dry roast mustard seeds and curry leaves.
  • Add the roasted peanuts, curry leaves, mustard seeds in a mixer with other ingredients and blend well. Add some water to get a nice paste.
  • Taste-test to balance the salt and lemon.

Tip: Keep roasted peanuts in your kitchen cabinet always. Add it liberally to salads as is, crushed or in form of above dip.


Eating guide

Food group: Legumes (Yes, peanuts are clssified as legumes, not nuts!)
Goes with any food group (except fruits). Can be easily consumed with meals.
Incorporate peanuts on regular basis, and say bye-bye to refined oil.

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Smitha Hemadri

11:23 PM | 24-07-2019

Dates can be used instead of jaggery with no change in taste. We make this plenty at home. A dash of onion or garlic gives a beautiful taste too

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