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Kollu Thogayal


I am taking this yummy chutney Kollu Thogyal  for today's Potluck Party Cyber Style. This is from my friends Anitha's kitchen. This chutney is new to me but loved spicy tangy corase texture paired it with rice but have plan to try it with my favorite butter onion dosa, I am sure it will rock. Thanks Anitha for this wonderful share. You make the last weekend of the year truly yummy.No addition and alteration from my part sharing as created by her.
Preparation time : 10 minutes 
Cooking time : 5 minutes
Serves : 2 to 3

Ingredients :
2 tbsp Kollu / Horse Gram                           
2 Tbsp Channa Dal                                        
1 Tbsp Urad dal                                                                                      
small Gooseberry size  Tamarind 
2 to 3 strands coriander Leaves                             
6 -7 Red chilly Chilli                                          
Salt to taste 
To Temper 
Mustard Seeds                       
1 tsp Oil 

Methods of Cooking
 In a pan dry roast horse gram and keep in a separate plate. Then dry roast channa dal,urad dal and keep them with horse gram. After that in that pan add red chili , coriander leaves and fry for few minutes without oil. In a blender , blend the dry roasted ingredients with tamarind, salt and water as a coarse paste. Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds once splutter pour it to the horse gram mixture. Serve it along with rice, Idli or Dosa.



 Sending to Potluck Party Cyber Style.




Happy Cooking!

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