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Recipe for 2 minutes peanut Chutney
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||Phulka, Malai Kofta curry (low fat)
||Rice, Madurai Chicken curry
||Masala Paniyaram, Mint Chutney
In a mixer/blender add 2 handful of roasted peanuts, 2 green chili, salt and a pinch of tamarind. Grind to the desired consistency (slightly coarse or smooth) adding water. Tada, a lipsmacking chutney is ready in 2 minutes that is loaded with proteins. This is my goto chutney during weekdays apart from Coconut chutney.
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