Flax seeds chutney pudi (agasey chutney pudi) step-by-step recipe with photos.
Chutney pudi is a spice blend or spice mix that is in dry powdered form and is used as an accompaniment for south Indian meals and breakfast. ‘Pudi’ translates to powder in Kannada. Chutney pudi can be called a dry form of chutney and comes in very handy when you are unable to make fresh chutney. It is usually mixed with ghee or gingelly oil before serving. There are several varieties of chutney pudi. This flax chutney pudi is probable the healthiest amongst all.
The most commonly made chutney pudi blends is a mixture of Bengal gram (chana dal), split black gram (urad dal), dried coconut, curry leaves, dry red chilli, and tamarind. There are several other forms of chutney pudi blends. For example, peanuts, flax seeds, garlic, sesame seeds, roasted Bengal gram (puthani), to name a few. Here, I am sharing the recipe for chutney pudi with flax seeds.
Flax seeds are called agase beeja in kannada. My version of this chutney pudi is made with just flax seeds as the main ingredient and I do not use any type of lentils/dal in it. Flax seeds and garlic are the main ingredients of this recipe.
Flax seeds, also known as linseed, is a superfood that is very rich in omega-3. It is a very good source of plant-based omega 3 fatty acids. It is also a rich source of some vitamins and minerals.
Try my version of this easy-to-make accompaniment with your meals or breakfast and add a tasty and healthy element in no time.
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Flax seeds chutney pudi
Flax seeds chutney pudi step-by-step recipe with photos
1. Dry roast flax seeds until they being to pop
2. Fry dry red chilli in 1 tsp oil until they are crispy
3. Fry garlic until the raw smell goes
4. To the same pan, add curry leaves and fry until they are crunchy
5. Next, add coconut and fry for a minute
6. Let all the ingredients cool down completely
7. Grind into a fine powder in a spice mixer