Ava Akula Pachachadi/Mustard Leaves Chutney/Sarson ke Patte ki Chutney - E.A.T. easyvegrecipes

Ava Akula Pachachadi/Mustard Leaves Chutney/Sarson ke Patte ki Chutney

I tried to use Mustard Leaves/Ava Akulu in a different way, so I made this is chutney. I thought of trying my hand in sarson ka saag, so I bought mustard leaves. I used them very little for it and some were left in refrigerator. Instead of spoiling remaining leaves in the fridge, so I thought of using them purposefully. I thought on my own and tried it. It came very tasty. 


Ava Akulu/Mustard Leaves - 3 bunches or 3 cups
Tomato - 1 Large
Tamarind - 2" streak
Red Chillies - 7 to 9
Salt - to taste
Oil - 3 tbsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 tbsp
Black Gram - 1 tbsp
Asafoetida - 1 tsp


Chop mustard leaves finely and wash them thoroughly under running water. 
Cut tomatoes also.
Heat oil in a kadai. Add chopped mustard leaves, tomatoes and red chillies. Cook them till the leaves and tomatoes softens. Keep them aside. 
Again heat oil in the same kadai, add mustard seeds, black gram and asafoetida. Once they start spluttering remove them fro heat.
Put mustard leaves, tomatoes and red chillies in a mixer grinder. Add salt, tamarind streak, small portion of tadka i.e. mustard seeds and black gram. 
Grind it to a coarse paste. Do not grind it too much otherwise it will loose its shape. Add the remaining tadka and mix well.
Serve mustard leaves chutney with rice. 

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