Wash the coriander leaves and spread it on a clean towel and allow to dry in shade. Then chop them into small pieces.
In a kadai put the oil and fry asafetida and urad dhal till it turns light brown. Then add tamarind and fry for a while. Then add red chillies and fry just for a second and remove. Then put the coriander leaves and fry for few seconds. Remove and cool it. First put the fried dhal/chilli/tamarind in a mixie along with salt and grind it to a coarse powder. Then add the coriander leaves and grind it two or three rounds without adding any water.
This can be taken with idli/dosa or with curd rice. Also it can be mixed with hot rice along with a teaspoon of ghee or gingelly oil.
Is this same or different from kothamalli chutney>
No. It is slightly different from chutney. For chutney, coconut is addeded and ground with water. But for this thokku no coconut and it is coarsely ground without water and stay good for 2 to three weeks.
Very nice recipe. When you say shelf life is 2-3 weeks,you mean after refrigerating or can it be kept at room temp? Thanks
It can be kept outside for a week and two to three week with refrigration.
Thanks for this wonderful recipe. Tried this yesterday and came out real good. Both me and my husband enjoyed it.
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I tried this recipe twice already and it tasted very good. I also tried your iru puzhi kuzhambu, Pudina rice,Masala rice and green curry. Everything came out well and tasted yummy. Thanks for sharing the recipes.
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