1. Clean and wash brahmi leaves.
  2. Take a kadai / frying pan. Add urad dal, chana dal, red chillies ,curry leaves and hing. Fry them in oil till urad dal n chana dal turns golden brown in color.Allow it to cool.
  3. Transfer roasted masala to a blender / mixer. Add salt , tamarind , coconut and brahmi leaves. Grind to a smooth consistency by adding little water.
  4. Transfer to a serving bowl. Goes well with hot rice / dosa / idly / Paniyaram / adai / Karnataka style rotti
Recipe Notes


  • I prefer adding raw brahmi leaves to the chutney to get maximum benefits out of it. If  u want you can also roast it a bit and later grind it along with masala.
  • Those who do not have access to fresh herb , can buy the powdered version of this herb , which is available these days in any ayurveda shops / organic stores.

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