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Assamese Style Colocasia Chutney / কচুথুৰ, মধুসোলেং আৰু বিলাহীৰ চাটনি


Colocasia chutney or kosuthurir chutney is a very delicious chutney recipe of Assamese cuisine.  Colocasia is a tropical plant found in Assam. It has many varieties. Here in this recipe I'm using small colocasia plant's leaves with stems. This chutney is sour in taste. Here in this recipe I'm using modhuxulung leaves and tomato as souring agent. You can use any other souring agent of your choice.
Serve as a side dish in lunch or dinner.

📎Course : Side dish
📎Cuisine : Assamese 
🔪Preparation Time : 5 minutes
♨Cooking Time : 15 minutes 
🕞Total : 20 minutes
🍴Servings : 4

INGREDIENTS:

  • A bunch of colocasia leaves with stems 
  • A bunch of modhuxulung leaves
  • 1 big tomato or 10-15 cheery tomatoes
  • 4-5 green chillies
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • pinch of turmeric
  • 1/2 tsp panch phoron
  • salt to taste

METHOD:
  1. Wash colocasia leaves with stems under running water.
  2. With the help of a sharp knife gently remove the thorns.
  3. Roughly chop the colocasia leaves and cut the stems in 2" long.
  4. In a pan boil colocasia leaves with stems in salted water for 3-5 minutes. Drain and keep aside. 
  5. Wash modhuxulung leaves and tomato under running water.  Now finely chopped them.  Keep aside.
  6. In a pan heat oil . Add panch phoron . When crackling add turmeric powder.
  7. Now add modhuxulung leaves and tomatoes.  Fry till oil separates.
  8. Cut the chillies lengthwise and make half of them. Add into the pan. 
  9. Add boiled colocasia. 
  10. Add salt. Mix well
  11. Cook until water evaporates and oil separates. 
  12. Remove from heat and enjoy! 

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