Hmarcha Rawt/ Green chillies chutney Mizoram special

Mizoram's Hmarcha Rawt pronounced as Marcha Rot, is so similar to maharashtrian thecha that it almost fell like an easy option to make and accepted in the house. I had made this as a dip so mixed in some warm water.

It is hardly a recipe actually. But it is still interesting to note the steps

4 to 5 green chillies
1 spring onion finely chopped
1 tspn ginger grated
1 cup warm water
salt to taste
Oil 1 tspn
1) Roast the green chillies on a hot griddle with some oil. 
2) Ground the green chillies roughly along with onions, ginger and salt
3) Mix it well
4) It is ready to be served

I added a cup of warm water and mixed it. Also sprinkled the green onions

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I would add a dash of lemon juice just to make it a little tangy..great recipe from the NE .
Srivalli said…
Oh you wanted to bring in change..:)..good..
Wow! That is one hot dip!
Priya Suresh said…
Omg, super hot and fiery chutney, each one of us did a wonderful choice na.
Unknown said…
it is spicy day today with so many us doing this chutney - so hot and so fiery!!
Harini R said…
I am sure it is a very hot and spicy dip!
jayanthi said…
the green onions are a nice addition.. looks great
Gayathri Kumar said…
Very tasty fiery chutney. Looks so yumm...
Pavani said…
Spicy and delicious chutney.
Chef Mireille said…
what an easy shmeezy recipe
Usha said…
Looking at the picture I thought you either posted a wrong picture or the wrong recipe. After reading further I realized it is the water that you add that gave this chutney the soupy consistency. It is indeed an easy recipe.
Another version of hmarcha rawt,sounds interesting..
Padmajha said…
My folks would love this chutney!!
Archana said…
delicious. First I thought it was asoup but then I loved the end product.

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