Monday, 4 May 2015

Shengdana Chutney / Peanut Masala Powder

Shengdana chutney/ Peanut masala powder is one of the best masala powder accompaniment to khakra, roti, bhakri, khichdi etc... It is spicy and easy to be made. It is basically a most common chutney / masala powder made at most of the Gujarati's, Rajasthani's and Maharastrian's house. 

There are many variations to make it. This is my method of making the chutney / powder.

Roasted peanuts, 1 cup {without skin}
Red chili powder 3 tbsp
Coriander powder 2 tbsp
Salt as per taste
Sugar 1 tsp {or a pinch}

In a mixer take roasted peanuts{without its skin}, add the masala's - red chili powder, coriander powder, salt and sugar and grind to a coarse texture. 
{Don't over grind, as it will become sticky due to the oil releasing from the peanuts}. 

Transfer it to a air - tight jar.

Enjoy with khakara topped with ghee, or as per liked....


  1. Must try!! I love chutney. This one is simply good as a condiment for our daily meals.

  2. Not something I have tried before but it looks delicious!!

    1. Do try and it is really delicious. Thank you dear

  3. Dry chutney powder is new to me. Looks tempting and inviting! :D

  4. looks good have heard about a lot from my maharashtrian friends. Will try soon.

  5. It looks delicious. Very tempting. Yum yum :)

  6. This masala powder is looking amazing, it must be flavorful. I haven't tasted it ever so curious to know. Will try it soon dear. Thanks for sharing such a nice recipe.

    1. Thanks a lot, it gives a feeling of appreciation with such great words...

  7. love this chutney.. very well described..


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