Nellikka Chammanthi(Indian Gooseberry Chutney)

We all know that Amla is rich in minerals and vitamins, especially vitamin B & C. But still we don’t really bother to eat it raw. Either we pickle it or we keep it in bran.

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Here we are introducing to you, a simple but wonderful side dish using raw gooseberries (Amla), with the special Kerala taste, in Nellikka Chammanthi. It’s a 10 minute dish which gives you a ton of health benefits. It is good to go with rice, Appam, Dosa etc.

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Nellikka Chammanthi(Indian Gooseberry Chutney)


6 Servings

10 minutes

Items List

Name Quantity Image
Indian Gooseberries 50g
Shallots 4-5 nos
Scraped coconut 2/3 cup
Green chilli 1 – 2 nos
Curry leaves 7-10 nos
Ginger ½ inch piece
Salt enough to taste
Water 30 ml


Stage 1

Take Indian Gooseberries and cut it into small pieces. Remove the seeds. Peel the skin of shallots and ginger. Wash them clean. Wash green chillies and curry leaves. Measure 2/3 cup of scraped coconut.

Stage 2

Crush green chillies and curry leaves using a blender. To the crushed mixture add, scraped coconut, ginger, amla, shallots and salt. Blend it into a paste by adding water occasionally (as required).

Stage 3

Remove the chutney from the blender and make it to a ball using clean hands. Transfer the same to a serving bowl. Indian Gooseberry chutney is ready to serve.


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