Bread Chutney


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Prepare the Bread chutney with coriander leaves, ginger paste and chillies.Use the bread chutneys spread for sandwiches, dips or even as marinade for tikkas.

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Bread Chutney recipe - How to make Bread Chutney

Preparation Time: 10MTS   Cooking Time: 10MTS   Total Time:     3


2 to 3 slices of bread
1 onion
1 tomato
a little tamarind (imli)
salt to taste
4 green chillies, dessicated coconut
1/2 tsp mustard seeds ( rai / sarson)
small bunch coriander (dhania)
ghee or oil for frying

  1. Make small pieces of bread slices. fry these in ghee or oil. keep aside these pieces until they cool.
  2. Heat mustard seeds in oil until the seeds crackle. add a pinch of asfoetida, tomato pieces and also the onion slices, followed by cilantro.
  3. Fry all these with the coconut scrapings. keep aside for a little while.
  4. Add the fried pieces of bread to the above mixture.
  5. Grind the whole mixture for 2 or 3 minutes (till becomes a smooth paste).
  6. Add salt to taste and a little tamarind.
  7. Now the ''spicy bread chutney'' is ready to be served with hot puris, chapatis, dosas, idlis or also with rice. this can also be done with the leftover bread in the kitchen.

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This recipe was contributed by perepu on 23 Aug 2003

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