Sunday, August 26, 2012


South Indian breakfasts are the ultimate pleasure. I’m a huge fan of them and my personal favorite is the Masala Dosa. I could eat that every day for the rest of my life. I think. Anyway, here’s an awesome chutney and uttappa recipe with more focus on the chutney because I cheated with the uttappa. Lol.

For onion uttappa:

Readymade idly/dosa batter
Gingelly oil (that’s what I use)
Green chilli

Chop the onions and chillies fine. While pouring the dosa batter on the pan, sprinkle the onions and chillies over it and let it fry. That’s it.

If you want a plain dosa, just skip the onions and chillies and pour in the batter in a small frying pan. Sprinkle the gingelly oil and flip when done.

For coconut chutney:

This is the ultimate coconut chutney recipe. It’s my moms and it’s unbeatable. I don’t know correct measurements so you’ll have to do the guessing. I made it in this blender, so my measurements are according to this.

Less than 3/4th blender of fresh scraped coconut
Half an onion, or one small onion
1/4th tsp. ginger garlic paste
1 dried chilli
½ tsp. tamarind
2 tbsp. water
A pinch of salt

Blend all the above ingredients. If required, add more water. If it’s too spicy, add little more tamarind.

Serves 2 really hungry people. 


  1. MMMMMMM. I love chutney!!! :) looks good. Can you show us how to make some Masala dosa in the next post?

  2. lol i would love to. but i dont know how to. haha. anyways, looks like i have another experiment to make. n trust me, u must try this chutney!!

  3. mouth waterin!love a good south indian breakfast..put some green chillis and tomatoes

    1. Thank you. i added red chilli instead of green. and tamarind for the sourness instead of mango. but your suggestion would make a good substitute.