Last updated on October 14th, 2019
Looking for different and tasty chutney recipes? Make badam chutney or almond chutney that is delicious, healthy and flavorful. This chutney tastes wonderful and pairs up well with soft idlis, dosa, set dosa, pongal and many ore south Indian breakfasts.
I am trying to share some easy chutney recipes here these days. We are always on look out for easy chutney recipes as we make idli or dosa every other day. There will be days when we run put of coconut, onion or tomato yet in need to make some chutney recipes. This badam chutney recipe is a very unique one that my mom makes when she runs out of coconut for chutney. I love this chutney and I too make it often.
If you want to include nuts like almonds or even veggies more frequently in your diet, chutneys recipes are best way to do so. I often make mixed veg chutney, carrot chutney. flax seed chutney, peanut chutney, zucchini chutney. They taste yum and go get your veggie dose in the breakfast. This almond chutney is a delicious addition to this list.
Badam Chutney Recipe
Is vegan and gluten free
So delicious and flavorful
A healthy chutney
Easy and quick to make
I usually make this badam chutney in two ways.
- With just almonds, coriander leaves
- Almonds, capsicum, onions and tamarind.
While both are delicious in their own ways we like the later more as it is more flavorful and slightly tangy. Also when you make this chutney with tamarind, you can also serve it with rice. Here I am sharing the recipe for almond chutney with capsicum, onions and tamarind.
To make badam chutney recipe use whole raw almonds. Blanched almonds make the chutney very creamy and the unique texture of the chutney will be lost. I have added green bell pepper here. You can use any colored bell pepper.
You can even use chopped green chilies instead of bell pepper. In that case you will have to increase the quantity of almonds to get more volume. This badam chutney recipe is an excellent way to include badam in your family’s diet especially if they are not fond of munching on raw almonds.
How To Make Badam Chutney Step by Step
1.Heat one tablespoon sesame oil in a pan. Add dried red chilies and gram dal. Fry till dal turns golden.
Add chopped bell peppers. Saute till the peppers wilt.
2. Add tamarind and saute for few seconds. Let cool.
3. Take the cooled ingredients in a mixer jar. Add 10 whole almonds.
Grind to a smooth or coarse chutney with required salt and water.
Tempering Badam Chutney
heat 2 teaspoons oil in a kadai. Temper with mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Add the tempering to the chutney and mix well.
Serve badam chutney with idli/dosa.
I hope you will try this easy badam chutney recipe and enjoy as much as we did.
Badam Chutney Recipe
Badam chutney recipe, how to make badam chutney recipe
- 10 whole almonds
- 1 medium bell pepper
- 1 tablespoon gram dal
- 3 dried red chilies
- a small piece of tamarind
- For tempering
- 1 teaspoon mustard seeds
- 10 curry leaves
- Heat one tablespoon gingely oil in a kadai. Add dried red chilies and gram dal. Fry till dal turns golden. Add chopped bell peppers. Saute till the peppers wilt.
- Add tamarind and saute for few seconds. Let cool.
- Take the cooled ingredients in a mixer jar. Add 10 whole almonds. Grind to a smooth/ coarse chutney with required salt and water.
- heat 2 teaspoons oil in a kadai. Temper with mustard seeds and curry leaves. Add the tempering to the chutney and mix well. Serve badam chutney with idli/dosa.
2. You can use colored bell peppers too.