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How to Make Dry Roasted Peanuts Chutney

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        You can use it as a vada-pav chutney or sprinkle it over buttered toast or stuff it inside a paratha with a dab of ghee. Spice up a cucumber-onion-tomato salad with the dry peanuts chutney and squeeze of lemon. Use it as raita masala instead of the usual salt, Mirchi and jeera combination. Every kid's and many grown-ups favorite

sandwich filling peanut butter. Peanuts are packed with a lot of nutrients and offer a variety of health benefits. Peanuts contain monounsaturated fatty acids that prevent heart diseases.
It is mildly spicy accompaniment that forms an essential part of a Maharashtrian thali. This chutney serve as the perfect accompaniment for Vada Pav and Kanda Bhaji.


Preparation Time: 2 Minutes.
1 cup of peanuts chutney contains 446 Calories

Ingredients :
  1. Peanuts / Groundnuts / शेंगदाणे (dry roasted) 1 cup
  2. Red chilli powder 1 tbsp
  3. Salt 1 tsp


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Instructions :
  1. In a blender or grinder add dry roasted peanuts 1 cup, red chilli powder 1 tbsp and salt 1 tsp
    and grind to make a coarse powder.        
  2. Here, spicy, tempting dry peanuts chutney is ready to serve, serve it with jowar or bajra bhakri, chapati or it goes well with vada pav too. Enjoy!​!!

Dietary Comment :
Based on a 2000 calorie diet.
The whole Recipe contains 446 calories, along with carbohydrates - 19.45 g, dietary fibers - 6.75 g, fats - 36.9 g, proteins - 20 g.


Health Benefits of Peanuts Chutney :
  1. Peanut is an excellent source of niacin, which helps or provides protection against Alzheimer's disease and age-related cognitive decline.
  2. It helps to lower the risk of colon cancer in women and men.
  3. Peanuts contain vitamins, minerals, nutrients and antioxidants and thus are abundant energy sources.
  4. Heart: Peanuts contain monounsaturated fatty acids that prevent heart diseases. It lowers bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol in the body.
  5. Peanuts are rich in proteins and are suitable for proper growth and development of the body.
  6. Vitamins: Peanuts are an excellent source of B complex, vitamins like niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin B9, pantothenic acid, etc.
  7. Minerals: Potassium, manganese, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron, selenium and zinc are some of the minerals present in peanuts.
  8. If taken before and during early pregnancy, the folic acid lowers the risk of a baby being born with serious neural tube defects reduced.
  9. Diabetes: Manganese in peanuts helps in calcium absorption, fats and carbohydrates metabolism and sugar level regulation in blood.
Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!!!

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