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Avocado Chutney

Posted by Annita on December 3, 2008

Avocado,otherwise known as butter fruit/butter pear is a tropical fruit which has a rich nutty flavor with high fat content,mostly health promoting monosaturated fat.Studies shows that Avocados are a good source of potassium ,fiber and vitamins.It is also good for heart health and fighting against cancers.
Because of its high nutritional value,i’ve started including this fruit also in our  diet.So far i’ve tried avocado chappathi,milkshake,chutney and guacamole,and i’m still on the look out for more avocado recipes.I’ve also heard that a ripe avocado tastes good with some sugar sprinkled on it,haven’t tried it though.


How to use Avocado  :-

Avocado is usually eaten when its ripe.The skin of the avocado will turn from green to dark purple as it ripes.If you are buying raw ones,keep it in the room temperature for 2-3 days or until it turns dark,be careful not to over ripe it.To prepare the avocado,make a cut half lengthwise and gently twist the two halves.Now use a spoon/knife to remove the seed and then scoop the flesh from it.It’ll come out easily just like butter.

And now the recipe for chutney…

Ingredients :-

For Grinding :-

Avocado scooped – 1/2 of a big one
Grated coconut – 1 cup
Shallots – 2
Green chillies – 2-3(as per your taste)
Ginger – 1/2 inch size
Salt – to taste
Lime juice – 1/2 tsp(Optional)

Grind all the above ingredients together into a smooth paste adding necessary water.

For popping:-

Mustard seeds – 1/2 tsp
Shallots chopped – 1
Red chillies – 1
Curry leaves – a few
Oil – as needed


Heat oil in a pan and pop mustard seeds.Throw in shallots,following by red chillies and curry leaves.Fry until shallots turn brown.Add the ground ingredients,mix together and heat for a few minutes.Do not boil.Serve with dosa/idly.

Note :-This chutney is not good for storing as avocados turn black as it stands.To prevent this darkening of avocados for sometime,drizzle it with lime/lemon juice.


27 Responses to “Avocado Chutney”

  1. ligi said

    anitta,should this curry made with ripe one?????

  2. Gini said

    So avocado is available in Kerala? I hear its a good baby food too.

    • Annita said

      I’ve heard that its available widely in coorg..And i’ve tasted butter shake from calicut too…so it might be available there i think…
      And thank you for passing that baby food info…

  3. babi said

    my son is same as ur son’s age ..can u give me some good kids menu for his lunch box ..& ur site is so good ..i like it ..simple & including pics is a good idea ..that helps me a lot ..who is the designer …thank you for sharing ur wonderful idea’s with us

  4. meeso said

    Avocado anything is a favorite of mine, looks delicious!

  5. Chilli said

    I love avocados and I’ve often thought of how much some guacamole versions I’ve eaten taste like chutney. This looks like a great recipe. Can’t wait to try it.
    I’ve been a long time reader of this blog and love the recipes you include in it. Thanks for being an inspiration to food bloggers like me everywhere.

  6. Namratha said

    Wow, Avacado chutney, the first of its kind I’ve seen.

  7. Julie George said

    Love your site… chanced upon it just when I thought of going on a diet!
    Many thanks for all the recipes & keep it up.

  8. lakshmi said

    good cooking blog there!!..good luck
    avocado tastes superb when mixed along with sugar and cinnamon powder!!

  9. delight2read said

    Hi Anitha,
    Avocado chutney looks great! will try this as soon as possible. You can also make raitha using Avocado, will post the recipe soon in my blog
    Nirupama Sriram

  10. nice article it a lot

  11. Deepa said

    Hi Anitta, How do you select good avocados? Which ones do you use- African/Indian? I tried both. I used them in fruit cocktail. At times they are terribly bitter. No one in my family can stand it. It spoiled the entire dish. Looking for some suggestion from you.

    • Vijayaa said

      I have never tasted Indian but african’s owww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I fell in love with them. Seems you have not chosen the rightly ripen avocado. The best test is when you press the fruit it should be soft. Also when it is ripe it is scoopable.
      just you can scoop it out from the fruit as you can scoop out ice cream. With rightly ripened avocado you will enjoy whether it is fruit cocktail or vegetable salad or as a bread spread (brown bread), you will enjoy.

  12. jacob said

    Avocado chutney recipe is great, Though it appears in shops here a lot most of it consumed in the form of shakes and juices
    and often it is loaded with sugar and milk. This recipe is great and health promoting Let people follow it for better health and more awareness in using avocados .

  13. The green color of Avocado chutney is mouth watering. I have tried it at home, its really delicious and tasty.I love this recipe .

  14. wow this is a yummy looking guacamole fusion recipe:) LOVE IT!

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  16. Ajay said

    Can someone please let me know where in india can you get avacado?

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  20. Sinu Benny said

    Avocado tastes good when mashed and sprinkled with sugar and also when made into an ice cream with cream, condensed milk , powdered sugar and avocado paste

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  23. Lean Wenzl said

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