Sunday, October 13, 2013

A very easy to prepare and a very tasty chutney. I had come across this recipe a long time ago but never got a chance to make it. I purchased Thai Guavas and I luckily remembered to give this recipe a try. We loved it. I served it with Set Dosas in addition to Roasted Gram Chutney. I even tried it with some roti and it tasted fantastic. 


Give this chutney recipe a try the next time you have some guavas that need to be used up and you will thank me.

Here is the recipe..

Serves 2


Ingredients :
Guava - 250 grams 
Ginger - 1 Teaspoon chopped (original recipe used 1 Tablespoon)
Green Chilli - 1 chopped (Original recipe used 2 Tablespoons)
Lemon Juice - 1/2 Tablespoon (original recipe used 1 Tablespoon)
Coriander Leaves - 1 Tablespoon chopped (original recipe used 2 Tablespoons)
Salt to Taste

Method :
1. Wash and cut the guava into small pieces.
2. Add the guava pieces, ginger, green chilli, lemon juice, coriander leaves and salt to the jar of a mixer or food processor. 
3. Grind it to form a coarse or a smooth chutney. 


Enjoy Guava Chutney. Yes, that's how simple it is.

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Recipe adapted from NDTV Cooks.

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24 comments:

  1. Wonderful recipe..I couldn't believe it..we can prepare chutney with guava!! very nice.looks so yummy....thank you for sharing...

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    1. Thanks Resna and you are always welcome.
      Let me know how you like it if and when you try it.

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  2. Love Guavas!! Will try this chutney when I get it next time, U dont remove the seeds is it? the ones we get have lots of seeds!

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    1. Removing seeds would be a personal choice Aara. I did not. Most of them got ground and only a few remained. The Thai Guava has less seeds anyway.
      Let me know how you like it if and when you try it. Adjust the ingredients as per taste.

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    2. Yea I can see one or 2 seeds in the side now :D

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  3. Wow! Awesome recipe... The chutney looks delicious dear :-)

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  4. The chutney looks delicious and love the color...

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  5. Delicious guava chutney looks perfect love it.

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  6. Very interesting chutney..Will get some thai guava to give a try.

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    1. Sure Priya. Do let me know how you like it if and when you try.

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  7. Never knew about guava chutney! sounds really interesting.

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  8. we make jam out of guava but never made chutney, thanks for the kind words for my sprouts dish on Pooja's space. love to see you at my space too.

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  9. chutney with guava is interesting..looks yummy and love the color

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  10. never heard of guava chutney. so simple and easy.

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