Green chili chutney ( side dish for dosa/ idli)

Its been a hectic month for me.  Slowly settling down... ok wait.. we didn't got our goods yet!! :( . Our goods arrived before then we expected ,but as our house is not ready ,so we were not able to accept them. Thats it,goods delivery was postponed. i hope they will deliver them at least by this weekend.  So these days my kitchen ware consists of  2 pans ,1 electric cooker and 2 small steel vessels. Luckliy we kept Mixi and chopper etc things in car before it was shipped .
Ok enough of this move stuff.  I like having 'Chutneys'  in lunch box. I'm a big fan of them.Though I like pickles but don't want them everyday because of amounts of oil/Salt they have.  I like to preapare everyday curries bit bland. They are mostly steamed and seasoned.  so these chutneys provide a bit a spice/hotness .

This recipe i read long time ago in a local magazine. I thought it might taste spiced up version of peanut chutney. But no ,not at all. Try this and taste your self.

This goes well with Dosa / Idli or Vada

to grind :
10-20 green chilies ( depending upon hotness, All chillies are not created equal..:)
1/2 cup chopped onion ( reduce onion if you are using sweet onion )
1/2 cup peanuts
1/2 tbsp tamarind extract or 2 pieces of tamarind ( I used store bought one)
 3-4 strands coriander leaves or 1/4 cup 
1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
1/2 tsp  Methi / Fenugreek seeds
1 tsp coriander seeds
1 tsp oil

1 tsp Oil  as required..
Red chillies
1 tsp Urad dal / minnapappu
1 tsp Cumin seeds
1 tsp Mustard seeds / avalu
4-5 curry leaves
a pinch  of Asafoetida / hing

Procedure :
1.heat a pan and add peanuts  till they are Roasted.

2.add oil  , add  urad dal,Mustard Seeds, fenugreek seeds till you see fengeek and urad dal change color . Keep them aside fry green chilies , Onion pieces ,coriander leaves 

4.grind them all with tamarind juice and salt.

 5. Preparing seasoning: heat 1 tsp of oil,add mustered ,urad dal ,red chillies. once these seeds splutter add asafoetida ,curry leaves.

Variations : you can add grated coconut also while grinding.