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Quick Peanut Chutney

By: Nithya Narasimhan from nithisclickncook
Updated February 16, 2020
Quick Peanut Chutney
Quick Peanut Chutney

" This peanut chutney will be one of the best and Easiest chutney you’ve ever made or tasted. It is creamy, packed with flavour and less than 10 mins! It is also called as palli chutneyTo make peanut chutney, Heat up oil in saute pan, add peanuts roast them to a nice golden colour. Then add all the ingredients like garlic, dry red chilli, curry leaves and roast them for a few seconds. The dry red chilli tends to turn black quickly just make sure you turn off the heat once it turns a golden colour. Once cooled, add into a blender, add tamarind, salt. Pulse it for few seconds. Then add water, pulse until its smooth and creamy. To season: heat up gingerly oil, add mustard seeds and curry leaves. Saute for a few seconds. Pour over the peanut chutney. "

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