Coconut Coriander Chutney Recipe (for Idli, Dosa)

Coconut Coriander Chutney Recipe (for Idli, Dosa)

Coconut Coriander Chutney Side dish for Idli-Dosa
I like coconut coriander chutney in all the coconut chutney I make, I simply love the flavors of coriander leaves in coconut chutney.  Simple and flavorful coconut cilantro chutney goes well with idli, dosa or even vada, bonda.  Like most of the recipe this simple chutney too has variations you can add mint leaves for added color and taste, adding a pinch of jaggery balance the flavors. Add garlic if you love your garlic and if you don't like skip the tamarind so you see there are plenty of options here.

We can play with it in this chutney as per our wish or just to bring little freshness in the same old recipe try a change here and there if not stick with the authentic tasted old way as below, the option is yours.

Coconut Coriander Chutney Side dish for Idli-Dosa

 There's nothing much to say it's a simple and straight forward chutney recipe, I didn't click step by step pictures as I was doing multi-tasking on a higher scale and hope you don't mind that meanwhile check out the recipe.

Coconut Coriander Chutney Side dish for Idli-Dosa

Coconut Coriander Chutney

Author: Category: Chutney /Accompaniments | Cuisine: South Indian
Prep Time: 2 Mins | Cook Time: Total Time: 7 Mins
Serves: 3-4


For Chutney
Granted Coconut - 3/4 Cup
Roasted Chana dal/Pottukadalai - 2 tbsp
Coriander Leaves/Hara Dhaniya - 1/2 Cup
Green Chilli - 6-7 or to taste
Tamarind - Peas Size
Ginger - 1 inch pieces
Salt - To Taste [I add around 3/4 tsp]

For Tempering
Sesame Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Curry Leaves - Few


1. Grind together all the ingredients listed under 'For Chutney' with little water into smooth paste and transfer the chutney in a bowl.
2. In a tadka or small pan heat oil add mustard seeds, curry leaves and allow to splutter. Pour over chutney.

Enjoy this chutney with idli, dosa, bonda etc

Coconut Coriander Chutney Side dish for Idli-Dosa


  • You can also add few mint leaves.
  • You can add pinch of jaggery.
  • You can also add 1-2 pods of garlic.
  • In tempering or tadka add 1 tsp urad dal, normally I don't add this.
  • If you don't eat tamarind then skip it.
Few other chutney as a side for Idli-Dosa
 Have a nice day.
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