Dry Garlic Chutney (Lasoon Chutney)

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  1. Pankti Salvi
    11/02/2018

    Hii.
    Can we use readymade chana dal instead of boondi

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    • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
      11/05/2018

      No bcz chana dal is harder then boondi and taste also slightly different!

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  2. Sheela
    04/20/2015

    Chopped garlic 1/4 cup? Red chili powder 1/4 CUP? Is that correct? Seems a lot to me. The quantities are the same as the dried coconut. Is this chutney very very hot? I am eager to try, but 1/4 cup of garlic and red chilli is a LOT!

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    • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
      04/20/2015

      this chutney should be spicy and main ingredient is a garlic, that’s why i use more garlic and chili powder, try this way i m sure you will like it!! but you could use as per your taste!!

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      • Sheela
        05/14/2015

        Thanks! Will try for sure.

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      • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
        05/14/2015

        thank you!!

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  3. Mithra
    03/10/2015

    Why Boondi ?

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    • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
      03/11/2015

      its make more crispy n taste delicious! taste like mumbai vadapav chutney!! 🙂

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  4. Sandhya Ramakrishnan
    02/10/2015

    This is a very delicious recipe…My son loves garlic and would love this. Lovely clicks!

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    • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
      02/10/2015

      thanks Sandhya!

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  5. anu
    02/10/2015

    wow never heard of this chutney powder….
    will surely try this…

    Cheers
    Anu @ RasA-svAda

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    • Binjal’s VEG Kitchen
      02/10/2015

      thanx Anu!

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