A refreshing and tasty coconut chutney with fresh coriander is a must try. It goes great with idli, dosa, upma, vadas and snacks. Addition of fresh lime juice give a nice tanginess to this chutney and lifts it up.
Coconut Chutney is our favorite to enjoy with Idli, Dosa, Uttapam and Paniyaram OR Vada.Jump to Recipe
It’s so easy to make and it’s no cook quickly make recipe. I always freeze coconut for my all purpose use.
Green Coriander Coconut Chutney Recipe is a refreshing and simple to make chutney. The addition of coriander leaves along with fresh coconut, green chillies makes this chutney super delicious.
There are many variations to this recipe. No onions and no garlic is used to make this green chutney.It makes for a delectable accompaniment to dishes such as samosas and pakoras, and can even be used as a sandwich spread or served with South Indian Breakfast like idli, dosa.
If you are bored with the regular coconut chutney then this Green Coriander and Coconut Chutney is a must try.
Chutneys are staple in Indian households. However they are all not the same.
Different parts of the country make different types of chutneys depending on the availability of ingredients in the region.
Coconut based chutneys (& dishes in general) are more popular in southern, western and also eastern parts of India.
As i Grew up in South Gujarat we use coconut in some food like Patra, Khandvi but not as much on daily basis. Whenever I plan to make Idli/ Dosa I always.