Let me share an easy but tasty exclusive Kerala cuisine – Thenga chammanthi recipe with you. I am sure that this dish needs no introduction to a Keralite. Its such a popular dish in Kerala. Seeing the photo alone will fill a Keralite’s mouth with enough saliva. This is a nostalgic item for all Keralites.
Though its an easy to prepare dish, with minimum ingredients its really tasty one. It is very simple dish which anyone could give a try and Its assured that there wont be any failures. Enough about the description, let me tell you how to make it.
Thenga chammanthi recipe
In a pan pour 1 tea spoon coconut oil and lightly warm up the red dry chillies.
Grind the red chillies along with grated coconut, green chillies, shallots, ginger, tamarind (Valanpuli or sambar puli), sliced mangoes and salt. (Add little water, if you are not using the mangoes).
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