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'''Coconut chutney''' is served as an accompaniment to many South [[Cuisine of India|Indian]] dishes, such as [[Dosa|dosa]] and [[Idli|idli]]. This recipe is a North Indian variant.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:35, 9 May 2012

| Indian Cuisine | Vegan Cuisine

Coconut chutney is served as an accompaniment to many South Indian dishes, such as dosa and idli. This recipe is a North Indian variant.

Ingredients[edit]

Procedure[edit]

  1. Grind all ingredients well in a blender.

Do not keep for more than 2 days.

See also[edit]