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Loshne Chutney Pitti/ / Garlic Chutney Powder

Loshne Chutney pitti or Garlic Chutney powder is a Konkani dish. My mamama used to make the best chutney pitti. I miss her very much now as she left us last year! But her memories will always be there with me.
Lets proceed to the recipe.
Here is what we need:
Sukkale Cobri/Dry copra/Dry Coconut – 1,grated *check notes Indian Garlic pods – 3 medium,peeled* check notes Red chillies – 15 Tamarind – a small lump Salt to taste

In a thick bottomed kadai,roast garlic in a slow flame till it becomes golden in colour. Transfer this in a plate. To the same kadai add the grated cobri or copra or dessicated coconut and  roast till it gets evenly brown avoid burning, so do this on a low flame.once done remove it in the plate which has garlic Now add the red chillies and roast it on a low flame till it evenly browns.Switch off the flame and allow everything to cool well. Add all the roasted ingredients to a mixie jar or a spice powder jar along with  tamarind and salt to taste. Powder into a mixer into a …

Pasta Sauce

It’s been a very long time I’ve posted something on my lovely space. I do not like to give various reasons! I miss typing recipes and blogging! I keep thinking of posting atleast one recipe a week and I don’t know why I cannot keep upto this… I have so many pictures that I have to post here… I wish to do it asap. Fingers crossed.

 Today’s recipe is much demanded by my friends and insta followers ever since I’ve posted a picture of this sauce. Not its high time I post the recipe here!  I do not claim this as typical Italian recipe. I've made it according to our taste. Without much a do I will post a easy recipe for Pasta Sauce. This recipe is versatile it can be used for pasta,as a dip or even as a spread for sandwiches or chapathi.
Here is what we need for the sauce
Ingredients 2 Kg fresh tomatoes peeled and seeded (see notes) 15 cloves  garlic ¼ cup olive oil ¼ th cup fresh basil finely chopped(here I have used local basil as I didn’t get Italian basil) 1 sprig fresh thyme leaves or ½ tsp.…