Farali Chutney with step by step pictures and the recipe video
What is Farali Chutney?
Farali green chutney is simple chutney i.e. dip made using minimal ingredients coriander, green chillies, lemon juice etc. It is very refreshing. It is basically coriander chutney made using the ingredients eaten during fasts. Onion and garlic are completely omitted. Apart from that the rock salt is used instead of regular salt to make farali chutney. The addition of yogurt gives makes it very uplifting. It teams up wonderfully with the fasting food be it sabudana ki tikki or khichadi or kuttu ki poori.
Let’s talk about the ingredients for Farali Chutney
Farali green chutney calls for few ingredients such as coriander, green chilles, yogurt, coconut. I have not used very hot green chillies because I don’t like the fasting food to be spicy. Just a hint of green chillies with not so hot variety of it! Yogurt makes the farali chutney very light and delicious and so compatible with the fasting food. The hint of coconut is absolutely wonderful. If you have fresh coconut you may use that, I have used desiccated coconut and it worked very well. The short list of ingredients makes farali green chutney different from the regular green chutney. You may also add peanuts.
Ingredients for Farali Green Chutney
- 1 cup tightly packed chopped coriander
- Juice of ½ small lemon
- 1 green chilli, chopped
- 2 tbsp yogurt or thick curd
- 2 tbsp coconut, fresh or desiccated
- Rock salt to taste
How to make Farali Green Chutney
- Put all the ingredients in a grinder jar and grind
Take a grinder jar. Add 1 cup tightly packed chopped coriander; I chopped green chilli, juice of ½ lemon, 2 tbsp yogurt, 2 tbsp coconut and rock salt to taste. Grind to make smooth chutney.
Important: There won’t be a need to add water
- Bon appétit
Serve farali chutney during fasts with sabudana thalipeeth or vrat ke sookhe aloo.
- You may omit lemon juice if you want.
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