Wednesday, August 4, 2010

TAIKILE CHUTNEY FROM APS KITCHEN PLUS AN AWARD.


I was not able to sit in a place when I had a glance at taikile chutney in ''Aparna's blog from aps kitchen''. It remind me the day when I went to her place with my daughter. I must surly appreciate her mom making tikile vada (tikile ambado) , mangalore buns, halwa and few more goodies. I enjoyed to my fullest having those and remaining I packed to my home :) I was not aware of what tikile is. She gave me its chutney for taste which also I loved it and my smera ohhhh boy, she just adore having it as it is and I guess she had almost finished it off :)

I have come acrossed many chutney but the one that really popped my eyes was this chutney. This was entirly new to me. Thus I decided to make them for sure because this is somewhat unique chutney I haven't prepared nor seen. When my loving, talented sweet pal aparna posted this recipe along with the picture of tikilo leaves (cassia tora), I immediatly showed the pic to my fatherinlaw and the very next day he bought it for me. Thats so nice of him na? I prepared this chutney that day itself for dinner with onion dosa. It was just outstanding. The changes I made here is I added grated ginger and lime juice for tangy flavour as the additional of tamarind was less. But this did not compromise the flavour. We enjoyed it so much.



INGREDIENTS.

1 cup washed and drained taikilo leaves.

1/2 cup Grated Coconut.

2 tsp Jeera.

1 tbsp Grated Ginger.

Tamarind (as per needed)

3 Dried Red chillies.

1 tbsp Oil.

Salt to taste.

Lime juice (optional )



METHOD.

Heat oil in a pan. Add jeera, grated ginger, red chillies and coconut and fry till the coconut is semi roasted. Now add the taikilo leaves and fry until leaves have changed their color. Lastly drop in the tamarind and saute for another 2 min.

Transfer it into a bowl add salt and mix well. Add lime juice if u prefer more tanginess.

Serve with idlies or dosa.


AWARDS TIME:

One of my lovly blogger friends ''AIPI'' AND ''ASHA MERNEDI'' has honoured me with this amazing award ''THE VERSATILE BLOGGER AWARD'' . Thanks for making my day so special friends. I am soo happy to recieve from both of u.

To accept this award the guidelines are --

Thank the person/people who gave it to you-

Tell 7 things about yourself.-

Pass the award on to 15 bloggers who you think are fantastic.

I have already posted my 7 Facts so please click here.




I would like to pass on this award to all my blogger friends because you all deserve this. Love u all friends :)

Enjoy!!

19 comments:

shanthi said...

Congrats on ur award and wonderful chutney

aipi said...

congrats on your award dear..wish u many many ....more 2 come :)
the chutney looks very nice..

Satya said...

hi suma ,
first time to ur blog ...u got a beautiful collection of recipes... this chutney looks so refreshing n delicious n above that very healthy too ...very happy to find u
if u get time do visit my blog

Satya
http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

Suma Rajesh said...

Thanks shanthi.

Thanks for ur sweet words aipi. Wish u the same :)

Welcome satya. Its been nice having u. Will surly visit ur blog.

Nithu Bala said...

Dear Suma, first time here and I see lot of good recipes..

wonderful chutney and nice click..

Kiran said...

Dear Suma,

Congrats on your awards.These leaves and chutney are totally new to me.Looks very delicious.

Sushma Mallya said...

I loved this chutney too on aps blog, very new and delicious one..and congrats on your awards suma and thanks for sharing it with all of us...

Madhavi said...

Congratulations Suma, chutney looks yumm!!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

The chutney looks very yummy and I am on my way to find what taikilo is!!! congrats on your award!!!

♥Aps♥ said...

Suma.....it feels gr8 to see my recipe in ur blog....Did adding lime juice change the taste a bit???
now i guess u need to try kadi nd ambado ;)
Luks yum

RAKS KITCHEN said...

This recipe is quite new to me,looks good!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Love the smell of this chutney.....yum...congrats on the award....

Akila said...

First time here and it looks wonderful.... nice blog...

PranisKitchen said...

thats a very delicious chutney perfect for dosa.. the platter looks so good

G.Pavani said...

congrats on ur award dear.. and chutney looka yummy.

Suman Singh said...

chutney looks tangy and delicious..btw, congrats on ur award..keep rocking!

Babli said...

Heartiest congratulations to you for your award.
Chutney looks delicious and yummy.

Suma Rajesh said...

thanks all..

Suja Sugathan said...

Hi Suma ..first time here..lovely collection, this chutney is very new to me..sounds yummy.