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Peanut Chutney

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8 tbsp Peanuts
1 tsp oil
salt to taste
1 big onion- peeled and sliced
3 red chillis- dried
½ tsp tamarind
1 tsp Jaggery
1 tsp garlic
1 tsp Mustard seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
4 small curry leaves
1 tsp urad dal

Nutritional information


Peanut Chutney

  • Veg
  • 12 mins
  • Serves 1
  • Easy



It is about time you began enjoying peanut chutney and made your colleagues at work jealous. Any chutney is enjoyable, but peanut chutney is the king of chutneys. The enjoyable crunch of peanuts pairs perfectly with most any dish. Try it on something sweet or savory. No matter what you put your new delicious chutney on, it will go perfectly in your new Vaya Tyffyn lunchbox.

Health Benefits

Peanuts are not only heart healthy, but due to high levels of protein, peanuts are packed with muscle boosters. Boasting around 567 calories per 100g, you will feel full of energy and fulfilled by these wonder legumes. These quality amino acids are essential building blocks for muscle growth and development. Peanuts even rival most fruits in antioxidant levels, helping to fight acute illnesses and chronic disease. As far as foods go, peanuts may be the world’s healthiest snack. A veritable storehouse of vitamins and minerals, regular consumption helps provide a well-balanced and rounded diet.

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How to make peanut chutney

  1. Microwave peanuts in a bowl for 3 minutes then set aside. 
  1. Heat red chillis and garlic in a saucepan. 
  1. Add the onion and cook for 3 minutes or till it becomes soft. 
  1. Put the cooled onion mixture in a blender with peanuts, salt, tamarind, and the jaggery and blend thoroughly. 
  1. Heat the mustard seeds till they begin to pop, then add in cumin seeds; cook for about 10 seconds. 
  1. Add the urad dal and curry leaves and cook until the urad dal begins to change color. 
  1. Mix the urad dal, onion mixture, and mustard seeds together. 
  1. Serve and enjoy.


George Washington Carver, known as the “plant doctor"; and "the grandfather of peanuts,” did not invent peanut butter. However, he discovered many ways to use peanuts and innovative farming methods, including crop diversification and soil conservation.

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