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Tomato Pickled Chutney is made from fresh tomatoes and garlic that which can be served with sandwiches, rotis, muthiya, cheela, pancakes, rice, khakhra etc. At my home chutney is always there ready in fridge because we enjoy it with all our meals. It can be even served as a dip with cracker or tortillas chips during the summer time parties.
Aam Ras or Keri no Ras is a delicious pulp of mangoes made in every gujatati's home during the mango season. Whenever I have visited a Gujarati friends’ home during summers during my school days, I have not dared to miss eating Ras Puri, that is one of the most delicious and delectable combinations I have had. Come every mango season, ‘Ras’ as Gujarati’s like to call it is savoured everyday of the mango season with Puris or Rotlis along with the regular choice of vegetables and lentils.
Nellikai / Amla /Gooseberry Thokku is a type of chutney or a pickle acting as an accompaniment to your main dish. Gooseberries are known for their high Vitamin C and other nutritients and this is a great recipe to savor it as. It has absolutely no oil, but just green chilllies and a few condiments. At home we serve it along with steamed rice and ghee
Karuveppilai also known as Curry Leaves makes a delicious chutney is very popular in the south indian homes. We traditionally mix it along with hot rice and sesame oil and savor this delicious chutney. Curry leaves are also very rich in nutrients and said to have many medicinal benefits.
Puli Inji is a delicious tangy spicy gingery accompaniment made from fresh ginger, jaggery and green chillies. At home we savor this with almost everything like dosa's, idli's, chilla's, and especially with Upma Kozhakattai. It is a very simple recipe and can be stored in the refrigerator for about a week or two.
Raw Mango Chutney are a favourite accompaniment to most Indian meals. Each regions of India has a specific way of making it. But I like it just the way my mother always makes it. Super delicious. They can be had alongside with vegetables and breads like Paratha, Bajra Na Rotla, Thepla or even along with a spicy tamarind rice or as a spread ove toasted bread.