Thursday, February 28, 2008

Kobbari Pacchadi


Ingredients

1 cup fresh coconut ( chopped)
1 small tomato ( chopped)
1/2 onion (chopped)
6 to 7 green chillis
salt
1 tsp oil
cilantro

for tempering

2 garlic cloves( chopped)
2 tbs oil
1 dry red chilli
1 tsp cumin and musturd seeds



Method


Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan add green chillis sautee for 2 min and keep aside then add chopped onion and tomato fry for 2 to 3 min

In a chopper add fresh coconut ,fried green chillis. salt grind to chunky paste
then add fried onions ,tomato and cilantro PULSE 2 to 3 times until well blended

For tadka heat oil in a pan add cumin seeds,musturd seeds,dry redchilli and garlic fry until garlic is golden then add to above ground chutney

Done serve with hot rice and papad

27 comments:

LG said...

Have not tasted this before. Looks delicious.

Uma said...

Looks so simple and tasty Sagari! Love it!

Saswati said...

Very differnt recipe sagari must be really yummy with rice.

Jayashree said...

looks good....bet it will taste good with dosa/idli too.

Seena said...

Will taste good with rice, yummy..!

Lavanya Raj said...

pacchadi looks so great..very simple and fast one to try it out.

Daily Meals said...

Never made kobbari pachadi with tomato, looks yummy...

Asha said...

I can imagine the taste with rice, yum!:)

Kalai said...

Love coconut and this looks like a wonderful preparation, Sagari! Lovely pics. :))

Dhivya said...

easy and healthy dish sagari..

Vanamala said...

very simple .. will try it

Rosie said...

I just adore the ingredients in this dish sagari!! Lovely pic of the dish which makes it so very tempting to want to try it now!

Rosie x

AnuSriram said...

Looks awesome... good click! Goes good with anything...

Rupa said...

Never had this before..a quick recipe indeed..may taste yummy with chapatis..Thanks

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Sounds interesting and simple too! Love the pic...

easycrafts said...

looks different and new

Bharathy said...

Very Unique and intersting recipe, sagari!..and a treat for coconut lovers like me :)!
Bet it tasted great with hot rice and papad!

Divya Vikram said...

Lovely dish sagari..

Cynthia said...

This is the first time I am hearing of this but I have bookmarked the recipe and will definitely make it to eat the next time I make dal and rice :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks so yummy Sagari! Thats a comfort food!

Cham said...

I ve never tasted before but looks delicious . I got to try it :)

Aparna said...

We make a tomato pachadi something like this, no onions though.
Nice recipe. Would be lovely with pulao or biryani.

Homecooked said...

Looks so delicious.DO u know if we can try this with grated coconut?

Laavanya said...

Delicious and simple!

manju said...

Hi Sagari,
I came by to leave you a note about how much we loved your recipe for the moongdal w/gourd! Now I've found this recipe to take back with me, too. My hubby loves coconut so I'll surprise him w/this one! Thanks for the 2 recipes.

Minti said...

Looks delicious - I will be trying this sometime in the future...

Sagari said...

so nice of u manju for giving feedback ,defenetly u will love this coconut chutney too