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Dry peanut and garlic chutney

Peanut and garlic dry chutney, very commonly  used  with Maharashtrian and south Indian cuisine. aroma of garlic and taste & health benefits of peanuts and garlic make this spicy chutney very special ..some times we sprinkle it on sandwich spreads also to make them special ..

Dry Peanut & Garlic chutney 




Peanut - 1/2 cup
Green chilies - 3-4
Garlic cloves - 5-6
Red chili dry- 3-4
sesame seeds - 1 tsp
Pomegranate seeds - 1 tbsp
Boondi .....as required

To make dry chutney

Roast peanuts, red chili, pomegranate seeds and sesame seeds together till you get a nice aroma do not over roast it . Now grind all ingredients together to make dry chutney .keep this chutney in a airtight container to store . you can store this chutney easily for 2-3 weeks without refrigerator. omit green chilies if you want to store it for a long .

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