Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Andhra style cauliflower chutney


I know from past few days no updates from me. So now started with an spicy recipe. These days I tried out so many recipes for u viewers. Love to share all those. Coming to this recipe I learnt from my M.I.L. And my hus is biggest fan of this.


Cauliflower - 1 1/2 cup
Mustard powder - 1/2 spoon
Chilly powder - 1 spoon
Salt - To taste
Tamarind - 50 grams


Oil - 10 spoons
Cumin seeds - 1/2 spoon
Mustard seeds - 1/4 spoon
Garlic cloves mashed - 3 to 4
Curry leaves - 5 to 7


1. Soak tamarind for half an hour.Boil water until bubbles started. Add cauliflower in boiling water for just few seconds and remove cauliflower and drain water.Take a neat dry cloth or towel and spread this cauliflower and let it dry for 1 hour.


2. Boil the tamarind until it became thick juice.When it became cool. Extract juice and throw the waste out. Take a bowl add cauliflower , chilly powder, salt, Mustard powder and Tamarind juice mix all together well.


3. Take a pan add oil when it became hot add all things under temper when it starts spluttering add in to cauliflower mixture and mix well. If u store this chutney in refrigerator it will stay for 1 month.


1. If u want to add Lemon Juice u can add 2 to 3 spoons of Lemon juice instead of Tamarind juice.
2. Store in a dry air tight container. Don't put wet hands or wet spoons so that your pickle won't spoil.


  1. Looking awesome, and very good in taste and for health, this Andhra Recipe is like to have with rice. It's so yummy

  2. I love Andhra chutneys. Especially Cauliflower chutney. Really watering in mouth after seeing this recipe. Best platform for learners for those who are trying to learn who to cook south Indian recipes.

  3. One of the tastiest pickle after avakkaya