Monday, November 18, 2013

Cabbage Chutney Recipe-Pattagobi (Muttai kose) Chutney for Idli,Dosa

Cabbage poriyal and cabbage kootu are commonly prepared dishes with cabbage but very few prepare chutney with cabbage. I had very less cabbage lying in my refrigerator which was not enough for preparing kootu or poriyal, so I made this easy cabbage chutney. It tasted yummy with dosa and idli. Do try it and you will not regret it. Today we will learn how to make cabbage chutney for idli, dosa following this easy recipe.

Cabbage Chutney

Cabbage Chutney for idli,dosa 

Prep time - under 10 mins
Cook time -under 15 mins
Serves -2-3

Ingredients needed

Cabbage shredded or chopped -1 cup
Onions -1/2 cup chopped
Ginger -1/2 inch piece
Green chilli -2
Tomato -1/2 cup
Curry leaves -few

Tamarind - a small bit or 1/4 tsp
Grated coconut -1 tbsp

For the seasoning 

Oil -2 tsp
Mustard seeds -1/2
Urad dal -2 tbsp
Red chilli -1
Hing/asafoetida -a pinch

Top up seasoning 

Oil -1 tsp
Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp
Curry leaves -few

Preparation 

Chop all the vegetables and keep it ready.

cabbage chutney for idli dosa

Method 

Heat oil, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add urad dal, red chillies and hing. Saute until dal turns golden brown and remove it from pan.

In the same pan/kadai, add chopped onions,ginger, green chilli, few curry leaves and saute until onions turn transparent.

Then add cabbage and cook until the raw smell of the cabbage goes.

Add tomatoes and cook for a few more minutes.

How to make cabbage chutney

Allow it to cool. Now grind the urad dal and red chilli first to a fine paste. You can add a little of this cabbage mixture and grind.

Then add rest of the cooked cabbage mixture, tamarind paste, grated coconut and grind it well adding salt to taste.

Heat another tsp of oil, add mustard seeds, when it splutters, add curry leaves and pour it over the cabbage chutney.

Delicious Cabbage chutney is ready to be served with dosa or idli or upma.
 
You might like my

Cabbage Kootu

Cabbage stir fry (poriyal)

Cabbage curry with channa dal 

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21 comments:

  1. Cabbage chutney looks very delicious.

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  2. cabbage chutney is really very nice....thanks for the recipe....shall try other chutney's too.......and comment later....sriram..bangalore

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  3. Nice and healthy addition to chutneys..

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  4. Tried this one, loved it lots. The dish got over in a jiffy. Thanks a lot for sharing such an innovative and different recipe. Usually make kootu and poriyal only with cabbage, this one was totally new and very very delicious. Will make this a regular dish now :) Thanks once again.

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  5. Looks great, padhu! Shall we try with red cabbage instead of white one. Will it taste the same?

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  6. came out tasty.. have tried brinjal chutney too..
    thanks!!

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  7. Hi Padhu
    Please clarify the term top seasoning..is it to something to double season the chutney or actually to thicken it?
    Thanks
    Kalps

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    1. Top up seasoning is nothing but seasoning again at the end. It is double seasoning the chutney for added taste. That's all.

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  8. I will try the recipe without onion..

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  9. Awesome, my husband liked it very much.thanks

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  10. It tastes extremely good even to mix it with rice. It has become a regular item in our house.

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  11. Its very nice ,different chutney ,regularly we can use for dosa items.

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  12. Its very nice ,different chutney ,regularly we can use for dosa items.

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  13. It was very nice.. i had a fear how it would be with cabbage....A hit at home.. Thank you padhu....

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  14. nevva heard of cabbage chutney.. tried it and it tastes yummy.. the cabbage taste is there just right- was worried all the other stuff wd overpower it..thanks Padhu

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