Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Unakka Chemmeen Manga Chammanthi

My mom from kannur,she send me some Unakka Chemmeen and mango.So when i saw both things i remember about my school day.When she feels lazy she makes me some chammanthi and rice.When its packed in vazhayilla(Banana leaf) a great taste cames out...Wow i just cant say about it...Iam sure while seeing this u will surily remember about ur childhood or u will remember u moms chammanthi..

Ingredients:
Dried prawns/unakka chemmeen 1/2 cup
Fresh grated coconuts 1 cup
Shallots/small onion,thinly sliced 3
Dry red chillies 8(or according to your taste)
Mango 1 medium size
Salt to taste

Method:
1.In a pan fry the dried prawns along with dry red chillies for 2-3 minutes.
2.Transfer this to smallest jar of a mixer,and grind to a fine paste,and transfer to a bowel.
3.Now graind mango and shallots,and add grated coconut along with prawns dry chilies.And add some salt to taste.When all the ingrediants is mixed well transfer to a bowel by shaping to a ball shape with the help of your palms..
4.Serve with kanji or kuthari choru or any type of rice.

6 comments:

Tina said...

Ormakale kai vala charthi.....Kandittu onnu koodi vazhayilayil unnan thonunnu dear...Nannayitundu.

Kairali sisters said...

YEah..njnagalum undakiyallo but red chilly alla pachamulakanu add cheythe..will try this for sure...

Love
Kairali sisters

Vrinda said...

Enikku ithum curdum mathi choy thinnan,mouthwatering

Gita said...

Very new one for me...looks tasty dear...must have tasted good with rice :)

Nostalgia said...

Oh my.. how I want to eat some of that. I totally agree about packing rice and chammanthi in vazhayila..hmm.. terrific

PranisKitchen said...

looks delicious
really liked this chutney.
first time here..nice collection of recipes..will be arround