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June 9, 2007
This is my first time. I found a recipe on a blog that I visited after the owner visited my blog for the very first time. I saw the recipe on her page and came home. I decided I just have to try this.
I am talking about Seema's Carrot Chutney on Recipe Junction. I followed the recipe to a T except that I ground the carrots along with the other ingredients instead of grating them first.
2 large carrots
3 green chillies
3 pods of garlic
2 tbsp coconut, scrapped
Salt to taste
1 tsp Oil
1/4 tsp Mustard Seeds
1/4 tsp Asafoetida
4-5 Curry Leaves
I ground all the ingredients together and then prepared the tempering and mixed the two.
It came out quite well and we ate with rice. Just now! A very satisfying meal. Thank you Seema.
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Oh wow buddy...That was real quick. Thank you for trying and I am glad you and your family enjoyed the chutney. Looks great and lovely color. Thankx again for trying it out.
isn't seema's blog awesome? i love all her recipes. can you contact indira of mahanandi to get your blog on food blog desam? it's easy to keep track of posts that way.
Thanks so much Seema. The colour turned out richer in real than in the pics. I am a horrible photographer.
Bee, I did get on FoodBlogDesam... today. And my last post talked about it. I've added the link. And Seema's blog is awesome... so is yours. Am making the dhokla tomorrow... hopefully :)
hey the chutney looks yum, nice color to it! i was eyeing that recipe too :)
I was confused with the title. I had bookmarked Seema's recipe this am. Now you both have tried it, I am definitely making it.
I thought I have seen this before and then you tried Seema's.Now it's my turn to try:))
Thanks Richa, Gini and Asha... it is very simple and also nutritious. My hubby's a telugu and at my in-laws' place there's always a fresh chutney at dinner. This was so easy that I could make it in a jiffy.
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