Chutney and Raita is a traditional accompaniment in every Indian regional cuisine. It is present at almost every Indian meal either for breakfast, or along with parathas or even along with a tea time snack.  The chutneys are either made like pickles or made from fresh ingredients like herbs, vegetables or even certain fruits. Chutneys are ground either with a mortar and pestle or an ammikal as they call it in Tamil or in a small mixer jar. In this section you will find authentic homemade recipes of chutneys like Tomato Chutney, Coconut Chutney, Mint Chutney, Date Tamarind Chutney and many more.

 

Andhra Style Allam Pachadi (Ginger Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Allam Pachadi (Ginger Chutney Recipe) is a classic chutney that is accompanied along with pesarattu, idli or dosa. The chutney is made by sautéing the dals, onions, and spice on to a kadai and then ground along freshly grated coconut, a hint of jaggery and some tamarind juice. The spice are well balanced and taste delicious as a side dish for any breakfast dishes. Serve the Andhra Style Allam Pachadi along with pesarattu or idli to enjoy your morning breakfast.  If you are looking ...

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Red Chilli and Tomato Pachadi Recipe

Red Chilli and Tomato Pachadi recipe is an easy and instant recipe which requires less ingredients to make. It comes with tangy flavour but with a hint of red chillies. It is full of flavour and can be served with various dishes like paratha, idli, dosa, uttapam, steamed rice etc. Serve it as a side dish along with your meal and we are sure it will enhance the taste of your food. Serve Red Chilli and Tomato Pachadi along with Mixed Vegetable Sambar, Cauliflower Thoran and Steamed Rice with a dollop ...

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Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe (Mint Mango Chutney)

Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe (Mint Mango Chutney), Kannadigas are found of raw mango in most of their traditional dishes. Raw mango is used in dishes like chitranna, gojju and curries etc. In this recipe the raw mango is blend with fresh herbs like coriander leaves and mint leaves to create a tangy and yet fresh flavorful chutney. Serve the Karnataka Style Pudina Mavinakayi Chutney Recipe along with dosa, idli or pesarattu to enjoy your breakfast.  If you are looking for ...

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Uttarakhand Mooli Thechua Recipe (Radish Salad)

Uttarakhand Mooli Thechua Recipe is a Radish Salad. Thechua is a signature dish of Uttarakhand. This simple side dish recipe is healthy, no cook recipe and can go well with your weeknight dinner as a desi salad. Made with just a few ingredients, this Mooli Thechua Recipe is very easy to prepare as well. Serve Uttarakhand Mooli Thechua Recipe (Radish Salad) alongside a complete meal of Phulka, Moong Dal Dubka Recipe, steamed rice and Kalonji Gobi Aloo Recipe. If you like ...

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Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe (Red Chili Chutney Recipe)

Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe (Red Chili Chutney Recipe) is a spicy red chutney that has ground red chiles tempered with mustard oil and crackled mustard seeds and curry leaves. The chutney is famous among the locals in Northern Karnataka. Serve the Karnataka Style Ranjaka Recipe with Tawa paratha, Yellow Pumpkin Dal Recipe and palya by the side.  If you are looking for more chutney recipes here are some: Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) Tomato Onion Chutney | Thakkali Vengayam ...

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Andhra Style Kandi Pachadi Recipe (Masoor Dal Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Kandi Pachadi Recipe (Masoor Dal Chutney Recipe) is a delicacy from Andhra. The chutney is made from roasted masoor dal, urad dal and dry red chillies and ground along with roasted gram and tamarind to make a coarse chutney. Then the chutney is tempered with mustard seeds and curry leaves. Serve the Andhra Style Kandi Pachadi Recipe with Homemade Crispy Ghee Roast Dosas and Spicy Crunchy Masala Idli Recipe to enjoy your morning breakfast. If you are looking for more Chutney recipes ...

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Kanda Kairichi Chutney Recipe (Maharashtrian Onions & Raw Mango Chutney)

Kanda Kairichi Chutney Recipe (Maharashtrian Onions & Raw Mango Chutney) is a quick side dish that can jazz up a meal. Tart unripe mangoes team up with sharp pungent onions to make this tangy,sweet & spicy condiment. Serve Kanda Kairichi Chutney Recipe (Maharashtrian Onions & Raw Mango Chutney) with Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipe (Tapioca Pearl Spicy Flat Bread) or Maharashtrian Vegetable Amboli Recipe for a delicious meal. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Lahsun ...

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Andhra Style Mamidikaya Pesarappu Pachadi Recipe (Raw Mango and Moong Dal Chutney)

Andhra Style Mamidikaya Pesarappu Pachadi Recipe (Raw Mango and Moong Dal Chutney) is a specialty in Andhra cuisine. Pachadi in Andhra cuisine are mainly chutney that is ground with a dal or any vegetable. It is a delicacy to most of the localities in Andhra and they love eating the pachadi with a steamed rice and a dollop of ghee. The pachadi has the right tanginess from raw mango and is rightly paired with roasted moong dal. Serve the Andhra Style Mamidikaya Pesarappu along with dosa or Mini ...

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Malabar Style Dates Coriander Chutney Recipe

Malabar Style Dates and Coriander Chutney Recipe is a must try chutney that has a very tangy and sweetness from the dates. The chutney has also few spices like dry red chilli which give the heat to the dish. It can be had with any kind of dosa or idli. It is very quick to make and just requires ingredients that are readily available in the kitchen. Serve the Malabar Style Dates Chutney Recipe along with Homemade Soft Idli Recipe (Steamed Rice and Lentil Cake)or you can put it in sandwiches, wraps ...

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Karnataka Style Southekayi Seppe Chutney Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Peel Chutney Recipe)

Karnataka Style Southekayi Seppe Chutney Recipe (Mangalore Cucumber Peel Chutney Recipe) is made from the very famous Mangalore cucumber peel that is a local vegetable from Karnataka.  It is extensively used to make various dishes like curry and palyas etc. Usually people tend to not eat the peel of a vegetable and rather throw it away but here we have found out that in this cuisine they use to make a delicious chutney along with coconut and dals. Serve the Southekayi Seppe Chutney Recipe (Mangalore ...

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Brahmi Chutney Recipe

Brahmi Chutney Recipe is prepared from Brahmi leaves. Brahmi is actually  a medicinal herb that grows in the fields and is a powerhouse of nutrients. It has been extensively used in Ayurveda. It is said that Brahmi leaves when consumed early morning in empty stomach boosts memory power and intelligence level. Today’s recipe Brahmi Chutney Recipe is a simple nutrient dense dish  that can be relished with rice, Homemade Crisp Ghee Roast Dosas, Carrot & Cheese Filled Idli Recipe, Jolada ...

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Watermelon Seeds And Pumpkin Seeds Podi Recipe

Watermelon Seeds And Pumpkin Seeds are super awesome and taste so fresh. They are high in protein and full of nutrients. However its difficult to eat them on their own. Including this in your everyday diet or at least twice a week is recommended. At first I made a podi along with other dals and then made this batch with just the seeds and urad dal. Serve Watermelon Seeds And Pumpkin Seeds Podi as a side dish along with Steamed Rice, Keerai Sambar and Cabbage Thoran for a weekday meal. If you like ...

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Murungai Keerai Thogayal - Moringa (Drumstick Leaves) Chutney

The Murungai Keerai Thogayal is must try lipsmacking spicy drum stick leaves chutney that is made tangy and spicy to be served along with a hot crispy dosa or along with steamed rice and ghee. Moringa Leaves or Murunga keerai is iron rich spinach which is good for anemia. The recipe is usually prepared in lesser quantity hence a mortar pestle works the best as we can get a coarse chutney.  Serve the Murungai Keerai Thogayal along with hot steamed rice, cabbage poriyal and Thakkali ...

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Karnataka Style Moolangi Chutney Recipe (Radish Thogayal)

Karnataka Style Moolangi Chutney Recipe (Radish Thogayal) is a simple side dish made by blending sauteed grated radish, along with dals and red chillies. The final tempering adds to its appeal. This chutney can come in handy when you have dosas as breakfast or Karnataka Style Moolangi Chutney Recipe (Radish Thogayal) can be served as an accompaniment with the main meal of steamed rice, Nuggekai Kharbyaali Recipe, Gorikayi Palya Recipe and Hunase Saaru Recipe. If you like ...

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Biriyani Chammanthi Recipe (Green Chutney Recipe)

Biriyani Chammanthi Recipe (Green Chutney Recipe) is one of the main accompaniment for Thalassery Biriyani. The Biryani is famous in a small town in Kerala which is prepared in a different style when compared to the Hyderabadi style. The green chutney pairs it up really well as it is quite aromatic and filled with herbs and freshly ground coconut. Therefore this will help in balancing the richness of the Biriyani taste. Serve the Biryani Chammanthi Recipe (Green Chutney Recipe) along with Peppery ...

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Roasted Garlic Tomato Chutney Recipe

Roasted Garlic Tomato Chutney Recipe is a lip smacking accompaniment made by using garlic as a main ingredient. Fried Garlic Chutney is a spicy, tart and delicious chutney which goes pretty well with the south indian breakfast recipes. Serve the Roasted Garlic Tomato Chutney Recipe along with steaming hot Carrot & Cheese Filled Idli Recipe or Homemade Crisp Ghee Roast Dosas and Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe for South Indian breakfast. Did you know: Garlic is a magical ingredient ...

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Tamil Nadu Style Manga Pachadi Recipe (Mango in Spicy and tangy Curry Recipe)

Tamil Nadu Style Manga Pachadi Recipe (Mango in Spicy and tangy Curry Recipe) is a must on the day of Tamil New Year Festival. The day is not complete without serving this dish on a big banana leaf accompanied by various other dishes. The raw mango is slowly cooked in tamarind water, jaggery and flavored with spicy and aromatic sambar powder. Serve the Tamil Nadu Style Manga Pachadi Recipe (Mango in Spicy and tangy Curry Recipe) along with steam rice, Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe and Kuruku ...

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Himachali Dry Mango Chutney Recipe

Dry Mango Chutney is a traditional Himachali recipe which is easy to make and need very few day to day ingredients. In Himachal, it is usually served with Dal and Steamed Rice but you can always serve as a side dish with your meal. It is sweet and tangy in taste and remains fresh for 3 days in refrigerator. Serve Himachali Dry Mango Chutney with Himachali Chana Madra and Steamed rice for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Himachal recipes such as Himachali Chana ...

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Green Chana Chutney (Green Chickpea Chutney) Recipe

Green Chana is widely eaten in Rajasthan and they make a lot of dishes out of it. One of the dishes is this green chana chutney. It is healthy and takes a few ingredients to prepare. You can serve it in breakfast or as a side sig along with you everyday meal. If you don't find the fresh one, you can always make this chutney with the frozen green chana.  Serve Green Chana Chutney as a side dish along with your meal of Panchmel Dal, Boondi Raita and Phulkas. If you like this recipe, you can ...

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Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe)

Andhra Style Karivepaku Pachadi Recipe (Curry Leaf Chutney Recipe) is an innovative version of creating a chutney from an herb that we always use it for tempering. Curry leaf is a kind of herb which is often removed or take out when it is added to the dish but it contains good amount nutrients in them. It has a pleasant aroma and also filled with health benefits. It helps to cure diarrhea, gastro normal problems and is very essential for diabetic patients. These leaves are also believed to fight ...

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Nagaland Style Pumpkin Oambal Recipe

Pumpkin Oambal is a traditional chutney-like or side dish recipe from Nagaland cuisine. It is prepared from pumpkin and has a sweet and sour taste to it.  The Naga cuisine is primarily non-vegetarian and the food is extremely hot and spicy with many varieties of chillies available in the region. Smoking, fermenting and sun drying are the various techniques used in Naga cooking. Pork, meat and fish are used majorly along with bamboo shoots and vegetables. Serve this sweet and sour Pumpkin Oambal ...

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Mosdeng Serma Recipe (Tripura Style Tomato Chutney)

Mosdeng Serma is a popular recipe of Tripura, one of the North Eastern states of India. It is a spicy tomato chutney which is traditionally served with pork side dishes and hot steamed rice. Like most recipes of North East, this a simple recipe with basic spices but is very tasty and brings in the traditional flavours of the region. Dry red chillies are soaked in water before bringing it into the recipe here. I used green chilies along with red chillies, since I lave the flavour that it brings along ...

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Ellu Chutney (Sesame Seeds Chutney Recipe)

Ellu Chutney (Sesame Seeds Chutney Recipe) is one of the popular accompaniment recipes from South India. It is usually made using black sesame. Sesame with its nutty taste and flavor gives a unique taste to this til ki chutney. Serve Ellu Chutney (Sesame Seeds Chutney Recipe) as a side dish to your favorite idli / dosa recipe. If you are looking for more chutney recipes, here are a few more Beetroot and Fig Chutney Recipe Tamil Nadu Style Vazha Thandu Thogayal Recipe (Banana Stem Chutney Recipe) Hurali ...

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Mizoram Style Hmarcha Rawt (Roasted Green Chilli Chutney)

Mizoram Style Hmarcha Rawt (Roasted Green Chilli Chutney) is a recipe from North East India. It is a tangy and spicy chilli chutney locals of Mizoram prefer having with main dishes. The recipe is also quite easy to prepare and just take 10 to 15 minutes. Serve with Spicy Chicken Curry Recipe In Naga Style or Thekera Tenga Recipe (veg) and steamed rice. Here are a few more accompaniment recipes that you would also love Hurali Kalu Chutney Recipe (Horse Gram Chutney Recipe) Kothamalli ...

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