Hmarcha Rawt / Red Chilli Chutney

by - April 21, 2014


 Hmarcha Rawt / Red Chilli Chutney

        Mizoram  means "land of the hill people"  and it is one of the Seven Sister States of the North Eastern India, sharing borders with the states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Burma.    Like other seven sister states, Mizoram food is different from it other part of India and Retain its own  identity. Like other part of India, Rice is the stable food of Mizoram people and they use little oil in their cooking. 

     I adapted  this recipe from here and this recipe is quite similar to sambal( chilli garlic paste) recipe.  You can add tamarind paste to balance the spiciness... Let see the recipe now..

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Soaking time: 10 ~ 15 minutes if you are using red chillies
Cooking time: 7 ~ 10 minutes

Ingredients:
25 gms green or red chillies
2 pearl onions or 2 tbsp chopped onions
1/2 tsp grated ginger

Method:
1. Dry roast the green or red chilies in medium heat until it change its color. Cool to room temperature. If you are using red chilies, Roast and soak them in 1/2 cup of water for 10 ~ 15 minutes and drain the water.
2. Grind the the chillies with salt to coarse mixture. Adjust salt to taste.
3. Add chopped onions and grated ginger to the chilies mixture and serve.

 Hmarcha Rawt / Red Chilli Chutney


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 Hmarcha Rawt / Red Chilli Chutney



Preparation time: 5 minutes
Soaking time: 10 ~ 15 minutes if you are using red chillies
Cooking time: 7 ~ 10 minutes

Ingredients:
25 gms green or red chillies
2 pearl onions or 2 tbsp chopped onions
1/2 tsp grated ginger

Method:
1. Dry roast the green or red chilies in medium heat until it change its color. Cool to room temperature. If you are using red chilies, Roast and soak them in 1/2 cup of water for 10 ~ 15 minutes and drain the water.
2. Grind the the chillies with salt to coarse mixture. Adjust salt to taste.
3. Add chopped onions and grated ginger to the chilies mixture and serve.

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16 comments

  1. Thats a quick,hot and super fiery chutney, love that bright colour.

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  2. so hot and fiery chutney!! same pinch... I also made this!!

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  3. oh this looks like our kara chutney without any tempering ...love the colors

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  4. This looks really savory and delicious!

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  5. looks scarily hot.. fiery alright.. great colour

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  6. Oh another chili chutney!..yours look so different as well..I guess all of us have adapted the chutney to different versions..which is very nice..

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  7. super fiery chutney. Love the bowl in the pic.

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  8. Perfect looking hmarcha rawt. Love the colour...

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  9. Spicy and delicious chutney.

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  10. Looks very fiery. Love the bowl you used.

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  11. spicy and delish looking chutney

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  12. Last two days have been chilies chutney day! Loved all the versions I came across. Yum! & mouthwatering

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  13. Looking at the other posts, I assumed this was a green chutney.
    Kudos to all brave marathoners who had tried this spicy chutney. :))

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