Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Shahi Imli Sonth


BM # 4  Day 3

After a spicy treat,lets get on to something sweeter today.........
This is a little……hatke imli chutney than the regular chutney which we need to stock for our dahiwadas….it 's added with nuts which after cooking with a blend of sweet n tangy taste ….is awsum on u r raita’s…gujiya’s n dahiwadas.

Everytime I add this to my curds..i don’t spare the spoon …just lick it offJ…..
Spread it on u r chapatti …make a roll n…..bite ….!!!.....bet u wud want one extra chapatti.

1 ¼ cup ……………….tamarind pulp
1 cup…………………..jaggery
10-15…………………..raisins(soaked)
5-6……………………..almonds(soaked ,peeled n cut into silvers)
5-6……………………..dry dates(chuara/kharek)..roughly chopped
1tb sp…………………sunflower seeds/melon seeds/pumpin seeds
¼ tsp…………………..red chilly pwd
½ tsp…………………..black salt
¼ tsp…………………..roasted jeera pwd
………………………....a pinch hing



Boil the tamarind pulp with jaggery and nuts n seeds till jaggery melts n the nuts are cooked…u got to check the consistency…should be little thick!..

Add the spices…………cool……store.




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13 comments:

  1. Sounds lip-smacking!! Never heard of this version!!

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  2. This is new for me..sounds intersting!

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  3. Very new to me. Looks so delicious..

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  4. Your version sounds interesting and lipsmacking. I'm loving your series.

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  5. First time here....

    recipe sounds interesting and new to me...
    looks delicious :)

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  6. Rich looking and very interesting dish, quite new for me too..

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  7. This is a awesome recipe - those tamarind chutneys I have outside my home are often hit or miss, mostly miss - but I love all the ingredients in yours (except the kaala namak) and seems easy to make - bookmarking this lovely recipe :)

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  8. A spoonful of temptation there..Refreshing to me.Great place.

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  9. this sounds really interesting!!! like u said perfect of dahivadas or even bhel! yum!
    Smitha
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  10. You post unique recipes. So far loved all the 3 you have posted for BM#4. Looking forward to seeing more.:-)

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  11. Wow. Awesome combination of tangy, sweet, crunchy ingredients. Looks amazing.

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  12. I made this and it came out great. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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