Chammanthi is a spicy semi dry condiment or chutney from the Indian state of Kerala.The Kerala cusine is Incomplete with out this spicy chutneys.There are a lot of variety chammanthi s in Kerala with or with out coconut.This Mulaku chuttaracha Chammanthy (Dry red chili chutney) is so easy to make and very spicy.you can make it in different ways.It is a classic condiment and goes very well with cassava and rice porridge called kanji
You can make this chammanthi in two ways one with tamarind or with out tamarind.Traditionally fire burned chili is used to make this but now a days its quite difficult so you can fry the chili in coconut oil for convenience.but the taste of fire burned chili is far far better
The fried or roasted red chili ground with tamarind,salt and shallots.then pour coconut oil. that’s it.remember this is a very hot chutney adjust the amount of chilies as per your preference.
Here is the nostalgic recipe of Mulaku chuttaracha Chammanthy (Dry red chili chutney).try it and enjoy
check the video recipe here
A delicious and easy to make Kerala Style Chicken Fry.Chicken Marinated in spices and deep fried into golden.Perfect as an appetizer.
This is my favorite chicken fry recipe.I like eating fried chicken occasionally. Whenever I crave for a chicken fry this is my first choice,a typical Kerala style recipe.Chicken marinated in spice mix,then deep fried with green chili’s and curry leaves.The flavor is amazing.Here I didn’t use normal red chili powder because Aaadhith likes to eat less spicy food.The normal Kerala style chicken fry is very spicy If you want a spicy fry use normal chili powder instead of Kashmiri chili powder.