If Oggarane is one of the essentials of South Indian kitchen, buttermilk is something we all love to drink after a major meal. Buttermilk is thinned down plain 'no-flavor' yogurt. A little chutney is added to this thinned down yogurt and allowed to stand for 10 mins and served chilled :)
Make 2-3 tbsp of this chutney and it makes atleast 12 glasses of buttermilk which serves my purpose for a week. You can store this chutney in your refrigerator in a airtight container for a week.
You need the following for making chutney :
Ginger : 4" big piece
Green Chillies : 2 (1 big and 1 tiny ;)
Garlic : 1 small pod
Cumin : 1 tbsp
Coriander leaves : 2 tbsp (chopped)
salt : 1 tsp
Grind everything to coarse paste and store in a container.
Add 1 tsp of this chutney and little salt to 1 tbsp of plain 'no-flavor' thick yogurt. Add required amount of water and stir well.
Add oggarane and serve chilled or without chilling it. You can garnish with chopped coriander leaves.
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