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Garlic Chutney spread for Masala Dosa ~ 101 Dosa Varieties | How to make Garlic spread ~ Step By Step Recipe

>>  Saturday, August 27, 2011

 Since the time hubby dear changed his pattern of lunch and breakfast, I really have a serious problem of finding a chutney will that stay good till afternoon. I have already said chutney at home is always groundnut chutney. But if you don't make the chutney properly, there is a serious problem it getting spoilt. Earlier when we use to make chutney in those hand stones, the chutneys that are made with raw ingredients, stay good even till evening.

However, using the mixers or blenders makes the chutney spoil due to over heat from the motors. It meant I have to make a chutney that stays good, yet something that is not repeated everyday. I decided on tomato chutney and using various combination with it. I send mostly tomato or onion based chutneys, sometimes alter with coriander/ Mint chutneys.
I had this chutney for garlic paste that's used as an add on for Masala Dosa. I had to make it, so decided to make dosas for dinner. We always have standard menus at home, makes life really easy for me to plan well. So Saturday breakfast is always Ven pongal / Kara Pongal. In which case, we will have excess dosa batter that needs to be used up, as Sundays are always either Pooris / Appams. So I alter with either Dosa / Ragi Mudda for Friday night dinner.

Having decided as Dosa for night, I thought I had the perfect chance to try this garlic spread. I love garlic and so naturally this spread was very much liked.

I made Red Bell Pepper Tomato Chutney for the side. It was delicious to say the least!

Step By Step Picture Recipe


Before I get to the recipe, here's an easy way to quickly peel garlic from its skin,

Soak the garlic in water for a while and press it down on its head. It will easily shed its coat.









Garlic Chutney | Garlic dip | Garlic spread for Masala Dosa

Ingredients Needed:

Garlic - 2 whole pods (I used the all the garlic as shown in the picture) 
Urad Dal - 2 tsp 
Red Chili - 4 
Oil - 1 tsp 
Salt to taste

How to make Garlic Spread or Garlic Chutney

Soak the garlic in water for 5 mins, peel the skin.

Heat a non stick pan with 1 tsp oil. Chop the garlic and sauté in hot oil Simmer for 5 -7 mins, while you keep stirring in intervals. Roast till the garlic turns soft or brown. Remove to a plate.

Add urad dal to the pan, no need to add oil. Sauté well. When the urad dal starts browning, you can remove to the same plate.

Then add dry red chilies. Quickly saute in hot pan, if you notice there is no need to add oil for this also. Once it's browned on all sides, remove and allow it to cool.

Once all the ingredients reach room temperature, take them in a blender and add salt and blend to a smooth paste. If the mixer you use is not small enough to blend this to a smooth paste, you can add little oil to aid it.

Notes: If you are planning to preserve the spread for a day or so, it's advised not to add water. Else if you are planning to finish off the entire batch in one go, you may add some water to getting the smooth paste.

Once this is ready, proceed with spreading the dosa. When the dosa is cooked on both sides, spread 1 tsp of this spread on top and roll the dosa over to serve hot!

As optional you can add tamarind if you prefer.

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16 comments :

Pavani August 27, 2011 at 5:57 AM  

ooohh.. those dosas look soooo good Valli.. crispy and yummm.. Garlic chutney looks awesome. My husband would love it. I'm making this soon.

Gayathri NG August 27, 2011 at 8:11 AM  

Its first time here. Luv the chutney and will try it soon..perfect for dosa spread..

Gayathri NG August 27, 2011 at 8:15 AM  

Its first time here. Luv the chutney and perfect for dosa spread..

Harini August 27, 2011 at 8:38 AM  

very tempting! I am sure my husband would love this too..though I can't take too much of garlic :)

Vardhini August 27, 2011 at 8:57 AM  

I love garlic chutney .. will be posting it soon. I just grind garlic and chillies. This version looks interesting.

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Nirmala's kitchen August 27, 2011 at 9:36 AM  

Looks nice and spicy.Although I dont use garlic.

Hari Chandana August 27, 2011 at 9:40 AM  

Wowwwwww.... chala bagundi.. chustuntene norooruthondi. .Yummy :)
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The Pumpkin Farm August 27, 2011 at 10:48 AM  

very well made dosa, garlic is always welcoming idea. lovely recipe

Priya August 27, 2011 at 12:29 PM  

Wat a flavourful spicy chutney,love it..

vaishali sabnani August 27, 2011 at 3:12 PM  

like the addition of daal to the chutney...next time willmake this one instead of the traditional garlic chutney.

Rajani August 27, 2011 at 3:39 PM  

Love dosas with chutney spread on them, they taste wonderful.

Yours look really good!

jayasree August 27, 2011 at 3:51 PM  

Mouthwatering chutney....

Usha August 28, 2011 at 5:08 AM  

mouthwatering! will try it sometime

Kalyani August 29, 2011 at 10:12 AM  

yummy ! i too make it this way ! may be a little more tamarind too !

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sliceofmylyfe September 8, 2011 at 12:36 AM  

So many chutneys. Wow. I have been bookmarking post after post.

mailnase August 26, 2016 at 9:57 PM  

Nice

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