Flaxseed Garlic Chutney – Superfoods Chutney

Flaxseed Garlic Chutney is a wonderfully flavored superfood condiment. This easy, dry chutney is loaded with plant based protein and dynamo delicious.

Flaxseed, peanuts and sesame seeds are blended with garlic and chilies to make this chutney bursting with flavors and textures. 

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Flaxseed Garlic Dry Chutney served in glass container.

This dry chutney stays fresh in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to a month. so you can make a sizable batch and store it. You can enjoy it with your daily meals several times.

This delectable powder of flaxseed, sesame seeds, roasted peanuts, garlic and spices adds a vibrant and bold flavors to any meal.

And since it’s earthy rich and savory, it also adds taste, variety and many healthy nutrients to your diet.

Nutritional Aspects of Garlic Flaxseed Chutney

Peanuts are rich in protein, fat, and various healthy nutrients. They are high fat / low carb and excellent Protine rich food. They are an excellent source of various vitamins and minerals too.

Sesame Seeds are loaded with vitamins and minerals and plant based protein. They also offer multiple health benefits. They are good source of calcium, copper and magnesium.

Flax seed is considered one of the top superfoods and all for valid reasons. These tiny seeds are full of Lignans, which have both plant estrogen and antioxidant qualities. They also provide healthy dose of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, the “good” fats that have been shown to have heart-healthy effects.

Garlic is believed to ward off all health evils. It improves heart health, lowers cholesterol and lessens inflammation. It’s hefty antibacterial properties, help strengthen the immunity.

So when we combine all these powerful ingredients into a chutney it becomes Superfood Chutney!

Round Dome of Garlic Falxseed Chutney in glass container.

 

Chutney is very widely used and popular condiment in Indian cuisine. Popularly called as South Indian Flaxseed  Podi, chutney mixtures from different seeds and nuts blended along with spices and herbs are a must in Indian dinner scene.

Flaxseed is called Javas or Alsi in India  so this recipe also doubles as Javas Chutney Recipe or Alsi Chutney Recipe

It also has versatility of uses. It spices things up to another notch.

This absolutely delectable chutney will perk up any meal. The taste and texture add a bold and zesty dimension to anything you add it too.

I prefer to sprinkle it over pancakes and toast. Simple basmati rice and this chutney is match made in heaven.

I always have a mason jar full of this chutney and every time, I need to spice up a meal, I resort to it !!

Flaxseed and garlic chutney in glass container and in the mason jar bottle resting on the marble countertop.

This Vegan Indian Dry Chutney is

  • quick and easy to make
  • exquisitely delicious, and
  • takes any ordinary meal to a delightful new height.
  • Gluten free , healthy and wholesome
  • Low carb and Keto Friendly

Depending upon your likings and tolerance for spice levels, adjust the amount of red chilies and salt.

You can substitute or additionally include sunflower seeds, walnuts or dry coconut to the chutney mix.

If you are looking to spice things up, do check out some more fusion chutney recipes. These delectable chutneys are easy to prepare. They wonderfully complement every meal.


HOW TO STORE DRY CHUTNEY?

This chutneys makes a big batch. I like to store it in 3-4 small air tight containers. The key to retain freshness is to avoid the contact with any sort of moisture including water or condensation.

I open one container at a time and use it. That way, rest of the Chutney stays fresh in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Round Dome of Garlic Falxseed Chutney in glass container.

What are the Ingredients of Flax Seed Garlic Chutney Recipe?

All the ingredients needed to make Flaxseed Garlic Dry Chutney

 

HOW TO MAKE DRY GARLIC FLAXSEED CHUTNEY?

Heat 1 teaspoon oil in skillet or pan. You can also quick spray the pan with oil. Roast cumin seeds, garlic cloves and dry red chilis over low heat for few minutes. Keep stirring frequently. Once they are slightly browned, turn off the heat. Remove them in a plate.

Put the skillet back on the heat. Spray the oil once more to coat the skillet. Dry roast sesame seeds and peanuts over low heat until seeds start to pop. Keep stirring frequently. Turn off the stove and transfer to plate.

Let the roasted ingredients cool down completely. Once it’s cool add all these roasted ingredients and salt in grinder or food processor jar.

Grind them until it becomes a coarse powder. The oil from sesame seeds and peanuts should start to bind everything together.

Add flax seed meal or coarse ground flaxseed to the grinder jar. Using the PULSE setting only couple times, grind everything well together. Do not over grind at this step. Adjust the salt to taste.

Transfer into a serving bowl and serve.

Store the Chutney in air tight mason jars once it’s at room temperature. It can be stored in refrigerator upto a month. Enjoy !!

Process shots describing four main steps in making Flaxseed Garlic Chutney Recipe.

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Flaxseed and garlic chutney in glass container and in the mason jar bottle resting on the marble countertop.

Flaxseed Garlic Chutney - Superfoods Chutney

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Flaxseed Garlic Chutney is a wonderfully flavored superfood condiment. This easy, dry chutney is bursting with flavors and textures. Keto, Vegan and Glutenfree.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup coarse ground Flax Seed
  • 20-25 Garlic cloves
  • 6- 8 Dried red chillies
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1/2 cup sesame seeds white or brown
  • 1/4 cup Peanuts
  • 2 teaspoons oil ( or use Oil Spray)
  • Pinch of salt - adjust per taste

Instructions

Heat 1 teaspoon oil in skillet or pan and roast cumin seeds, garlic cloves and dry red chillis over low heat for few minutes.  Keep stirring frequently. Once they are slightly browned, turn off the heat. Remove them in a plate.

Put the skillet back on the heat. Dry roast sesame seeds and peanuts over low heat until seeds start to pop. Keep stirring frequently. Turn off the stove and transfer to plate.

Let the roasted ingredients cool down completely. Once it's cool add all these roasted ingredients and salt in grinder or food processor jar.

Grind them until it becomes a coarse powder. The oil from sesame seeds and peanuts should start to bind everything together.

Add flax seed meal or coarse ground flaxseed to the grinder jar. Using the PULSE setting only couple times, grind everything well together. Do not over grind at this step. Adjust the salt to taste.

Transfer into a serving bowl and serve.

Store the Chutney in air tight mason jars once it's at room temperature. It can be stored in refrigerator up to a month. Enjoy !!

Notes

For a perfect textureof this dry chutney, use corsley ground flax seed ( Also called Flax seed meal)

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 30 Serving Size: 1 Tbsp
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 49Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 12mgCarbohydrates: 4gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 2g

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  1. Great recipe and easy to follow! I submitted a review, but I think it went through before I was able to finish one of the sentences. Anyway, I am not able to see where the reviews are posted. I hope you got it! Thanks for the recipe as I’ve long been wanting to use the flaxseed or ‘alsi’ in the pantry for a dry chutney…and this is the first time I’m making dry chutney. I made it with some variations and it was yummy with dhirda … I have a little extra which I have stored in the fridge as suggested. I look forward to enjoying it with various dishes this month!

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