Breakfast Recipes – Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi)

We usually use cucumber in salads or raita. But for the change today I prepared Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi). I learned this recipe from my amma. It is packed with vitamins and minerals. It hardly takes 10 minutes for preparation and the taste is very delicious. If you are looking how to lose belly fat, this chutney is best recipe for your diet chart. Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi) is low in calories but high is dietary fibers it is best for weight loss.


Cucumber works as coolant for the body it is made up of 95% water. Cucumber is ideal for hydration. Cucumber contain flavonol, it is anti inflammatory agent it plays a very important role in brain health. Cucumber contain anti cancer agents such as lignans, polyphenols, these helps to reduce the risk of breast cancer, ovarian cancer and prostate cancer. Cucumber is loaded with vitamin C and Beta carotene.

Main ingredient of Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi) is Cucumber.

Health benefits of Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi)

  • It is packed with antioxidants. Especially vitamin C and Vitamin A and helps to prevent cancer.
  • It is protein rich food.
  • It contain fair amount of vitamin B it helps to manage stress.
  • It is rich in Dietary fibers, improve digestive system as well as maintain a healthy weight.
  • It is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, iron and zinc, it helps to reduce the symptoms of high blood pressure.

Serving size – 7 to 8

Total time (Preparation +cook) – 10 minutes

Shelf life – 3 days (store in fridge)



Cucumber – 500g

Dhaniya (coriander leaves) – 20g

Green chills – 5 no

Dry chili – 4 no

Urad dal (split black gram) – 1 tbsp

Chana dal (split Bengal gram) – 1 tbsp

Till (sesame seeds) – 1 tbsp

Rai (mustard seeds) – 1 tsp

Methi (fenugreek seeds) – 1/4 tsp

Hing (asafetida) – a pinch

Haldi (turmeric) – ¼ tsp

(Optional) Sugar – 1 tsp

Emli (tamarind) – small lime size (removed seeds and thread)

Salt – as per taste

Oil – 1 tbsp


1-Wash and chop cucumber and green chills into small pieces. As shown in figure.


2-Heat a pan add 1 tbsp oil add chana dal. Sauté it.


3-When chana dal turns into light brown add urad dal, jeera and dry chills, fry it.


4-Then add mustard seeds, methi and till to it fry for a while. At last add hing and switch off the flame, take it out in a bowl. Allow it to cool. Fry it in medium flame.


5-In grinder add tempering, coriander leaves, salt, sugar, turmeric, tamarind and ¼ portion of chopped cucumber.


6-Grind it and make paste. (Not too smooth, little coarse is ok)


7-Mix this paste to chopped cucumber and green chills pieces.


8-Delicious cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala pachadi) is ready.

Serve with hot steamed rice, chapatti or any other breakfast recipe.


Nutritional Information of Cucumber chutney (Dosakaya Mukkala Pachadi) Recipe

Energy kCal – 500.3,

Protein, gm – 14.1,

Carbohydrates, gm – 53.3,

Fat, gm – 25.3,

Dietary Fiber, gm – 21.8,

Vitamin A, mcg – 1444.8,

Vitamin B1, mg – 0.5,

Vitamin B2, mg – 0.2,

Vitamin B3, mg – 2.9,

Vitamin B6, mg – 0.0,

Vitamin B9 Folic Acid, mcg – 138.0,

Vitamin B12, mcg – 0.0,

Vitamin C, mg – 68.2,

Vitamin D, mcg – 0.0,

Vitamin E, mg – 1.0,

Vitamin K, mcg – 62.0,

Calcium, mg – 394.0,

Phosphorus, mg – 394.4,

Iron, mg – 10.2,

Magnesium, mg – 139.4,

Copper, mcg – 1316.7,

Manganese, mg – 1.7,

Molybdenum, mcg – 705.6.0,

Zinc, mg – 4.1,

Chromium, mcg – 45.6,

Selenium, mcg – 0.0,

Omega 3, mg – 0.0,

Omega 6, mg – 4800.0


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