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Brahmi or timare or ondelaga chutney recipe explained in this video with Kannada narration and English subtitles. Brahmi leaves are very good for brain function and immunity. Brahmi chutney is prepared using brahmi leaves, coconut, ginger, red chili, jaggery, salt and tamarind. This is a no-cook chutney recipe. Brahmi leaves are very common across Malnad and Karavali region.
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