Friday, November 30, 2018

Shengdanyachi Amti- Maharastrian Peanut curry




    This Shengdanyachi Amti is a Maharastrian Peanut  curry. This is a fasting curry as there was no onion or garlic. I followed Tarla Dalal's recipe to make this curry. Another version of this curry uses kokum which gives a light brown colour and tanginess to curry.

  This authentic Maharastrian amti was delicious and goes well with plain rice. It was a easy and quick recipe to make if you had the ingredients required.




 For this month's Ssshhh secretly cooking , we are making dish from Maharastra . My partner Priya Suresh of Priya's Versatile Recipes gave me Peanuts and coconut as my secret ingredients.

Requirements : 
  1 cup Peanut 
 One and half  tbs grated coconut 
 Two Green chilli
 one piece of cinnamom 
 One Clove
 Salt to taste
A pinch of Sugar
 To Temper : 
  Two tbs Ghee
   One Dry chilli
  A pinch of Hing 
  One tsp Cumin seeds
 A sprig of curry leaf

Coriander Leaves For garnish

Method : 

 Dry Roast the peanut and let it cool.
Grind the Peanut , green chilli , clove and cinnamon along with half cup of water to a fine paste.

Heat Ghee in a pan , add cumin seeds , hing , dry chilli broken and let them fry.

Add in the curry leaf and ground paste and cook for few minutes. The Paste will turn colour and thicken slightly .

Add one and half cup of water , salt and sugar . Let it boil for ten minutes. 

Take off flame and sprinkle chopped coriander leaves. 

Shengdanyachi Amti is ready to serve.
  

16 comments:

  1. Interesting recipe.. looks yum

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  2. Wow, I don't think I have ever had a chance to try this dish out. It does look super inviting! :)

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  3. Sheganyachi amti looks so tempting. I was not knowing about this recipe and is very new to me. A good and easy recipe to try.

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  4. That's a very interesting gravy with so much peanuts in it, feels like a chutney... lovely share...

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  5. this amti and hot rice with papad. wow... that's a great combo :)

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  6. Voww dats soo delicious n flavour ful.. Very useful n new recipe.. Looks fantastic

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  7. This looks totally delicious...curry with just peanuts and coconut is really new to me...will give a try

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  8. Can guess how flavourful and delicious this amti will be. Such a nutty and flavourful dish to have with some rice. Droolworthy amti there.

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  9. Anti looks delicious.. perfect with plain rice .

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  10. I have never made peanut curry! always used them as an additional flavour but your dish truly celebrates peanut as the main ingredient. It is really interesting :-) I would love to try it. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Just love this Amti and it is so different from the usual ones, na?

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  12. This Amti is had usually on fasting days especially for Ashadi Ekadashi day with Variche Tandul and I absolutely love this!

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  13. I have found memories of my mil making for me when I was expecting n was cravings something I had never tasted. When I described it to her she just smiled and made danaychi anti as she called it.
    Beautifully made will taste great with bhagar. Thanks will do it asap.

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  14. Amti sounds simple yet delicious. Awesome share. I would love to have it with steamed rice.

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  15. I guess this is going to be one of the easiest curries one can prepare. With no onion and garlic, best suited for fasting days.

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  16. Maharashtrian Amti is so delicious .. specially with plain rice. Simply love it.

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