Traditionally, tamarind chutney is sweet and tangy - it is traditionally made from tamarind pulp, jaggery, and spices.
Meethi Chutney is must have accompaniment for chaat dishes in India. Its sweet and sour taste is enough to make your taste buds tingle.
Koshimbir is a typical Maharashtrian salad served as an accompaniment to the main dish. A meal must contain a salad to make it fully nutritious. Maharashtrian salad/koshimbiri or chutneys enhance t…
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Has to be the best tomato chutney in the world. Also, it is vegan and gluten-free. Get the super easy recipe today.
Try this very simple recipe, throw a few things together & your Kebab is ready. Don't forget to eat this kabab with mint & coriander chutney.
Check this Green Chutney Recipe that goes well with every dish like snacks & kebabs. You just need a bunch of mint & fresh coriander leaves. Try it Now!!
Coconut and Coriander Chutney is a South Indian recipe that is simple and easy-to-made that adds more flavors to your food.
Moong Daal Chila or Lentil Salty Crepes with Chutney
Coriander, Mint & Avocado Chutney is a healthy and extremely delicious dip. Enjoy this with chips, fruits, main courses. The recipe is super simple too.
This the ultimate coconut chutney, make it your staple as it goes with every dish. Super simple to make with a few pantry essentials.
This is my mum’s recipe and my most favourite chutney in the world. This chutney reminds me of home, my childhood, summer and long school holidays. Ahh memories! Prep Time: 5 mins Ingredients: Raw mango: 1 cup chopped Dry Red Chillies: 3. Soak them in water for a few minutes. Garlic Cloves: 5-6 Salt […]
Cape gooseberry chutney recipe is gluten free and very simple to make. The perfectly balanced sugary, sour and spicy taste. Try today!
Tomato Tamarind Garam Masala Chutney/Dip. Healthy, delicious, gluten free dip.
Tomato khejur amsotto chutney recipe aka tomato khejur chutney is very delectable and a popular Bengali chutney. It is sweet, slightly tangy and spicy in taste with inimitable flavor. It is a pure Bengali delicacy where tomatoes, khejur aka dates, and amsotto are cooked in sugar with panch phoron, some cashews, raisins, and lemon juice. Khejur amsotto chutney is normally served between the main course and dessert. Bengalis use the term ‘Pater seshe’ for serving chutney.
Methi na gota aka methi na bhajiya is a hugely popular traditional Gujarati snacks recipe. It is prepared in almost every Gujarati house, especially when fresh methi leaves are easily available. You can even find this delight in shops that sell farsan aka Gujarati snacks items. Methi gota recipe is basically a flavoured, slightly sweet and spicy Gujarati gota recipe, which is crispy from the outside and is soft, spongy & fluffy texture inside. In this preparation, finely chopped fresh methi leaves (fenugreek leaves) are amalgamated with besan (Gram flour), some spices, and then deep-fried in small portions till golden brown. It is mostly served as evening snacks with tea but can also be consumed as an appetizer with mint chutney or tomato ketchup and fried green chillies.
Pani puri or golgappa is a popular Indian street food, made from a round, hollow puri filled with spicy potatoes, chutneys and tamarind water.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, it's time to start thinking about entertaining. You guys know I love a tasty dish, but there's nothing like shortcuts to make a get-together come together quickly. I have a fantastic recipe for an Orange Pecan Cranberry Chutney that makes the perfect sauce, spread, or dip during the holidays and it takes less than 20 minutes to whip up! You can make a big batch to have on hand when you need a quick dish to bring to a party and use it in so many ways, like as a dip for these delish breaded mushrooms and a sauce for cocktail meatballs. Give it a try and you'll be hooked on this tart, sweet sauce that's perfect with any savory dish!