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Yellow Squash Chutney

Friday, November 13, 2009

Squash is loosely grouped into summer squash or winter squash, as well as autumn squash (another name is cheese squash) depending on whether they are harvested as immature vegetables (summer squash) or mature vegetables (autumn squash or winter squash). Well known types of squash include the pumpkin and zucchini.






In my town, all i have is wal mart and a local county store to shop for vegetables. So i do experiments with the available veggies. yesterday, i bought this yellow squash twins to make chutney. I started with a doubt how it tastes and ended with a big surprise, The taste is so delicious and tempting that we cant skip this vegetable from our list.
I made yellow squash chutney by adding bell pepper for spiciness, 3C's ( cumin, coriander n channa dal) for that authentic Indian taste, Tamarind for sour n sweetness  n the main important ingredient for chutneys, none another than... Garlic....... and last but not least cilantro for garnishing.





Source: own
Preparation time: 15 mins
Ingredients:
Yellow Squash: 2, chopped into small cubes or sliced
Green pepper: 1, chopped or u can use green chili,4-5
Tamarind paste : 1tsp
Garlic: 4-6 cloves
Mustard seeds: 1tsp
3C's: 1tsp each
Red chili: 2-3
Oil: 1tsp
Cilantro: for garnishing
Preparation:
1) In a pan, heat oil n add red chili, channa dal, mustard seeds. fry them for 45 secs.
2) Now add cumin seeds. and fry for 30 secs.
3) Add yellow squash pieces n 1/2 cup water n cook for 10 mins, covered on medium heat.
4) Now add, bell pepper or chili, tamarind paste n cook for 4-5 mins, covered.
5) Switch off n add coriander seeds n garlic cloves. Let it cool.
6) Now in a blender, grind the yellow squash mixture without adding any water.
7) Spoon it out to a bowl n garnish with cilantro.




Enjoy this tempting yellow squash chutney with rice along with a touch of ghee.


Note: If u want u can add tempering. Normally, i prefer chutneys to be raw.

3 comments:

Rhandi November 16, 2009 at 11:22 PM  

Yum! I love yellow squash, this sounds great! Welcome to the blogroll!

Silpa November 17, 2009 at 8:59 AM  

Thank You Rhandi.

Kitchen Butterfly November 17, 2009 at 12:03 PM  

I love the sound of this

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