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Garlic Thokku

I love anything with Garlic. Kids are neutral to the garlic taste. So most of the time I will do something that will last for at least few days (even with small qty it will end up for few days).. This is pretty similar to what my mum used to do. But instead of Tamarind we use tomatoes in this. This goes well with Idly, dosa, Idiyappam
Ingredients:

Red Chillies - 8
Garlic - 1.5 Cup
Tomatoes - 3
Oil (Gingerly Oil is best. If not you can use any cooking oil) - 1 tablespoon
Mustard seeds - 1/2 teaspoon
Asafoetida - 1/4 teaspoon
Salt per taste

Method:

Heat the kada and add 1 teaspoon of oil. When Oil is hot add garlic, chillies and tomatoes. Fry till tomatoes are mushy. Switch it off and let it cool down


Transfer the fried mixture to blendar or mixie and grind it to coarse paste. Heat rest of the oil in the kada. Add mustard seeds and asafoetida. When mustard seeds pops up add grinded mixture. Ahd let it boil till oil separates. Switch it off and enjoy the Thokku



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22 comments:

  1. I love garlic was about to make dry chutney but now will make this.

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  2. Lip smacking & super delicious!!!

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  3. Lovely..we used to make an almost similar version at home without tomatoes!

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  4. Wow this is super accompaniment to go with idli.

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  5. that looks good n very spicy pickle

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  6. That Thokku look delicious!

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  7. Am drooling over here..wish to have with curd rice....

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  8. yummy !! i too make it the same way :)

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  9. Delicious thokku. Looks different.

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  10. I too like anything garlicky. This looks good

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  11. Delicious garlic thokku Veena. Love it.

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  12. Nice one ! I too make garlic chutney but without the use of tomato. Will try your version next time.

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  13. Lip smacking thokku!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. Lip smacking thokku!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  15. Wow...
    Looks spicy & yummy...:-)

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  16. What a delicious & easy chutney recipe, lovely

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  17. Perfect side for idli.....love the flavour....

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  18. Lip smacking garlic thokku. I've had it when my friend prepared it for me with curd rice. Should tell her to eat it with idli

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  19. tempting recipe and yummy.
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