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2 Dosa Chutneys Recipe – Nariyal and Peanut Chutney for Idli – CookingShooking

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All the Chutney lovers, here is a recipe for you. Here is a delicious chutney recipe not one but two, Coconut Chutney and Peanut Chutney. Super easy to make and with minimal effort, make it at home with just your house hold ingredients from your kitchen. Widely popular in south India, no breakfast is complete without serving the chutney as an accompaniment to your Dosas, Idlis and Vada. Made with fresh coconut and roasted peanut, blended with some fragrant spices and tempered with little oil and some Indian masalas. Begin your day with a hearty breakfast and you’ll be on a roll.

Recipe below!

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Sambar Recipe – Homemade Powder, Idli Dosa Hotel Sambhar – CookingShooking

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Making sambar powder from scratch is not an easy task, especially for the untrained. The secret to a great sambar lies in the freshness of the quality of spices that are used to make the sambar powder and of course the method in which it’s made. In today’s recipe we will not only learn to make the traditional sambar powder from scratch but we will also make yummy traditional authentic flavorful sambar with the homemade sambar powder.  To simply explain what sambar is all about, it’s a lentil based vegetable stew, which is cooked with freshly ground aromatic masala. Tamarind and jaggery gives the sambar the extra zing and sweetness and elevates the taste.  So let’s begin!

Recipe below!

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Medu Vada Recipe – Fluffy & Crispy Sambar Ulundu Vadai Tricks- CookingShooking

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A traditional favorite breakfast and snack of south India, non-other than the classic Medu Vada. Very popular all over India, and is relished by all. Small ring shaped dumplings made with flavorful urad dal batter, deep fried until golden. Crispy from outside and super fluffy from the inside. The flavor is insane when served with sambar and coconut chutney. Sheer delight to start off your day.

Recipe below!

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