Shenga Chutney

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We had recently travelled to Tuljapur for Bhavani Mata’s darshan.We stayed overnight at solapur…..there every shop had  hoarding of  Shenga  Chutney available.With  lunch we ordered a bowl of this chutney,and it was amazing,just loved it….so googled for the recipe and got this one….same as from solapur.

Ingredients:

2 Cup peanuts roasted and deskinned.

10 cloves garlic.

2 to 3 tbsp chilli powder(as per your taste).

1 tsp jeera

1 tsp sugar

salt as per taste.

Method:

Put all the ingredients in bowl of mixer.

Grind using pulse button,so oil from peanuts  is slowly incorporated  in the mixture.

Store in an airtight jar.Tastes yummy with jowar bhakri.

Tip-Same can be also made without garlic.Add chopped onion to this chutney just before serving,tastes good.

It can also be done in mortar & pestle.

Happy Cooking !!!

Sameera

Published by Sameera's Kitchen

A little blog about ordinary and extra ordinary cooking that I do on daily basis for me and my loving family,I am a working woman pursuing an exiting career in aviation industry,with a ten year old kid.. with whatever little time I have spare in my hand after doing day to day chores......I utilise it for cooking and baking......It refreshes me completely.

6 thoughts on “Shenga Chutney

    1. For it to be really good, you have to use the local Solapur peanuts only… I know a load of people who buy nothing but peanuts from Solapur for this chutney….

  1. Loved your food blog. Design and photography made me view the recipe and that too is worth every bit and interesting. 😊👏🏻 Great work

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