Recipes - Horsegram Chutney (Mangalorean style)


2 tbsp. horsegram
2 Sp. grated coconut
4 kashmiri chillies
4 flakes garlic
1 tsp. tamarind juice
Salt as per taste


Dry roast the horsegram on a tava, on a low flame, until it splutters. Allow it to cool. Grind the horse gram along with all the above ingredients in a chutney grinder. Add just enough water to get the right consistency for the chutney while grinding.

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  • Francis D Souza, Mumbai

    Sat, Jan 19 2019

    I am interested to learn about how to prepare “kullta kaat “ with Mogem..Can anyone upload a recipe,please.This tastes good specially in monsoon season as I remember.

  • Minna Lobo, Mangalore/Pune

    Fri, May 24 2013

    Some clarifications on the Horsegram Chutney recipe sent by me- The correct proportions of the first two ingredients are- 2 Serving Spoon Kulith (horsegram) and 3 Serving spoons of grated cocunut. The quantities of the rest of the ingredients, as mentioned in the recipe, are correct.

  • maria, bangalore

    Tue, May 14 2013

    2sp grated coconut means in konkani 2 spoons of 'kanthlo narl.'

  • Vicky, mangalore/Canada

    Wed, May 01 2013

    Re to the recepe (horse gram chutney) would like to know what is 2Sp grated coconut Please clarify.

  • dsouza, mangalore

    Sun, Apr 14 2013

    konkani'kullith' or "kudu" in thulu

  • Flavia, Mangalore/Mumbai/Abu Dhabi

    Sun, Apr 14 2013

    what is horsegram either in konkani or in hindi

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