Archive for the ‘Chutneys’ Category
Raw Tomato chutney is easy to make yummy chutney to accompany with hot steamed rice/Idli/Dosa. It is a nice tangy, spicy chutney made with raw tomatoes, green chili, with coconut and a tempering of spices, this chutney is a must try recipe if you love tangy and spicy food. Here is how to make green […]
Toor dal chutney recipe is healthy and easy to make. The combination of two lentils and grated coconut is the main highlight of this recipe. Many varieties of chutneys can be prepared by using different types of dal which is a great accompaniment for breakfast or to serve with plain rice.
Wood apples are hard-shelled fruit, a summer fruit In India, Wood apple pulp is used in Ayurvedic medicine as a tonic for the liver and the heart. Most often the Wood apple is cracked open using the back of a knife and a steady hand, and the flesh is scooped and eaten fresh from within the shell, […]
Urad dal chutney is a simple and tasty chutney made with freshly grated coconut, urad dal, red chili, asafoetida, and tamarind. Roasting urad dal until golden brown under low-medium flame is very important to prepare this chutney. A tasty and flavorful chutney to serve as a side dish for Idli, Dosa or Paddu/paniyaram.
Red Chilly Chutney a Hot and spicy yet delicious chutney prepared with dry chilies as a condiment for many Indian snacks. A garlic flavored tasty and tangy chutney made with soaked dry chilies, garlic, cumin which can be preserved for many days. A perfect side dish for Bakri, Jowar roti, Akki roti, Idli, Dosa …
Green Chutney (Hari Chutney, Dhaniya Chutney) is a yummy, mouth-watering, spicy chutney. This recipe uses coriander leaves, green chilies, mint leaves as base ingredients while garlic, ginger, roasted gram are used to give it a delightfully spicy taste and flavor
Curry leaves chutney powder is a healthy and tasty chutney powder made with fresh curry leaves, dry coconut, and other simple ingredients. Curry leaves are natural flavoring agents with a number of important health benefits, which improves digestion, lowers cholesterol, prevents graying hair, good for eyesight and much more… Incorporating curry leaves powder in your […]
Chutney powders are the perfect accompaniment to almost all South Indian breakfast dishes. It’s a life saver on those busy mornings, lazy mornings when you don’t have time/mood to prepare chutney. Flax seeds are basically tiny nutty-flavored seeds have innumerable health benefits, Regular consumption of flax seeds is good for heart, hair, skin, and aid […]
Uchellu chutney is a traditional combination for Ragi rotti/Ragi dosa. An easy to make chutney with simple ingredients. Niger seeds is similar to black cumin seeds but are soft and slippery, similar to sesame with unique taste, a protein rich seeds, It is an essential ingredient in most curries like Yengai– Masala stuffed in Egg […]
Beetroot chutney is a healthy and tasty chutney to serve with Dosa, Idli, chapati or as a side dish for rice. It is an easy to make recipe with simple ingredients, a healthy dish to start your day. Beetroot chutney is prepared with fresh Beetroot, coconut, chana dal, urad dal and other simple ingredients, which makes a […]
Spicy peanut chutney is a tangy and tasty chutney to enjoy with Dosa or Idli’s. It is a delicious chutney prepared with coconut, roasted peanuts, dry chilies, cumin, pepper, garlic which makes a spicy flavorful chutney to enjoy with Idli or dosa’s. An easy to make chutney with simple ingredients.
Ondelga chutney is a quick, tasty and healthiest chutney to serve as an nutritional side dish for any south Indian breakfast dishes like Idli, dosa, paddu or rotti’s. Brahmi is actually a medicinal herb that grows in the fields and is a powerhouse of nutrients. Its known as ondelaga in Kannada, thimare in Tulu and Vallarai in […]