I adapted the recipe from a cook book written by Jaya V Shenoy.
- Roasted Dry Red Chilli - 2
- Tamarind - Small gooseberry sized
- Salt- To taste
- Coconut Oil- 1/2- 1 tsp
- Onion, finely chopped- 2 Tbsp
Take roasted dry chilli, tamarind and salt, in a blender.
Grind it to get a coarse paste. Then add little water and grind again to get a smooth paste.
Then transfer it to a bowl. Add more water to get desired consistency (final consistency is little watery). Then add in chopped onions and coconut oil. Mix well. Add salt, if required.
Piyava Gojju is ready!!
Serve it as a side dish to rice, undi or dosa. Above measurement serves 2-3 people.