October 11, 2014

Raw Turmeric & Mango Ginger Chutney | Raw turmeric Chutney | Easy home remedies

Medicines needn't be always hard to make or swallow right ?  We all know turmeric is an excellent antisceptic, but obviously we cant swallow raw turmeric powder, although indian cuisine uses turmeric powder extensively. But its in small quantities, so making this chutney once in a while (may be fortnightly) would increase the digestive power and also boost the anti bacterial power within the body. 

Today's post is a quick to make chutney (and we LOVE chutneys at home :-)) with raw turmeric and ginger. Made with seasonally available raw and fresh turmeric and mango ginger (Maa Inji / Maanga Inji) , this chutney is sure to perk up your breakfast  to a new height. Although there's no substitute for both these fresh ingredients, do use normal ginger although the taste would vary vastly. We use the same combination for a lipsmacking pickle too

Sending this to Day 2 of BM #45 under Home Remedies.

Prep time : 15 mins | Cook time : 5 mins | Serves : 4
Spice level : Medium
Serving suggestions : Idli / Pongal / Dosa / Adai/ Pesarattu / Uttappam / Khichdi


Ingredients:
  • Raw mango ginger - 2 TBSP - peeled and grated
  • Raw turmeric - 2 TBSP
  • Coconut - 1 cup
  • Salt - to taste
  • Red chillies - 2 tsp
  • Methi seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • oil - 1 tsp
  • Tempering (optional) : Mustard seeds, asafoetida, curry leaves

 
Mango Ginger. pic source : Net

Raw Turmeric. Pic Source - Net

Method:
  1. Saute the ginger and turmeric without any oil for few minutes (this is to remove any dosham or impurity in the herbs). Remove.
  2. In a tsp of oil, saute methi seeds, red chillies for 1 minute. Turn off the heat and add the coconut, ginger and  turmeric. Saute for 1-2 mins till coconut turns warm.
  3. Add salt and grind to a smooth chutney consistency with minimum water.
  4. Serve immediately with dosa / adai / Idli.







11 comments:

  1. Now i miss raw turmeric here, chutney looks fabulous.

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  2. We make this one too. Nice to have occasionally.

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  3. I get fresh turmeric roots here but wasn't sure if the flavor is overpowering and so never thought of buying it. However love that mango ginger roots. Must be one yummy chutney.

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  4. never heard of mango ginger. only ever seen regular ginger

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  5. unique chutney.. I wish I could get mango ginger here..

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  6. Very different chutney kalyani...

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  7. Never heard of making chutney with raw turmeric and mango ginger. I have seen it available in Indian grocery stores here. Now I know what to make with them.Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. Very interesting chutney Kalyani. I've never used raw turmeric, but saw it many times in the grocery store. Now I know what to do with it :-)

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  9. Love mango ginger but never used fresh turmeric in cooking. Sounds like a very aromatic one!

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Kalyani

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