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.
The Sweet and Spicy Tomato Chutney Recipe is a spicy and tangy chutney that is flavored with garlic. The chutney acts as a perfect accompaniment with papads and can be served with parathas and breads. It is no oil recipe and can refrigerated for at least a week.
Serve the Sweet and Spicy Tomato Chutney With Garlic along with Dosa.
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This Andhra style Carrot Chutney is a spicy sweet chutney and is a twist to the usual chutneys. Chutney adds a taste to your dish and therefore, you should try this Carrot Chutney which is tasty and healthy at the same time.
Serve Carrot Chutney with Kanchipuram Idlis, Phulkas or Neer Dosa.
If you like this recipe, you can also try:
Lahsun Ki Chutney
Tomato Onion Chutney
Red Chilli Coconut Chutney
The Chili Coriander and Capsicum Rusk Chutney Recipe is a unique mouth watering recipe that is made from fresh coriander leaves, capsicum and break rusk.The tanginess and subtle sweetness from the lemon brings out delicious taste that makes it a perfect accompaniment for many dishes.
Serve the Coriander and Capsicum Rusk Chutney as a spread on top of healthy Sabudana Vada or any tea time evening snack.
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Heerekai Sippe Chutney is a wholesome chutney that is packed with fiber and nutrition is made from the peel of the ridge gourd. Heerekai or Ridge Gourd is used in a lot of dishes like Tovve (a variety of dal preparation), Sambar, Bonda (bajji), dry Sabzi etc. Every Time we make dishes with ridge gourd, we save up the peel and make this delicious healthy chutney.
Serve the Heerekai Sippe Chutney along with Dosas or even as a side dish along with your main course.
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Kadale Chutney is a chutney which is commonly served in hotels across South India along with idli, dosa, vada and many other dishes. It is a spicy and tangy chutney which adds a flavour to the recipe.
Serve Kadale Chutney with Homemade Soft Idlis or Masala Dosa and Beetroot Sambar for a delicious South Indian meal.
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South Indian Coconut Chutney
Heerekai Sippe Chutney
Ginger has forever been known for its ailing properties and how it is a great aid for digestion. This Allam Pachadi recipe is not only tasty but is also very easy to prepare.
Allam Pachadi makes best accompaniment to Pesarattu, although it can be served with any other kind of dosa too. Traditionally, the reason it features with Pesarattu is because it makes digesting of green moong dal easier.
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Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney)
Tamil Nadu Style Vazha Thandu Thogayal Recipe (Banana Stem Chutney Recipe) is a quick side dish made with banana stem. The ingredients are tossed and fried in the pan before it is ground into a smooth paste. The chutney in Tamil Nadu is a side dish or an accompaniment for Dosa, Idli and Chapathi.
Banana Stem is a local ingredient in Tamil Nadu which is prepared in most of their household. Banana Stem is very fibrous and diabetic friendly ingredient. It helps to solve any gastric problems in the ...
Zucchini Chutney or Thogayal is a delicacy in almost every South Indian household. The thogayal recipe is made with roasted ingredients urad dal, red chilies, and curry leaves when ground along with tamarind into a paste along with the zucchini gives a fresh aroma which makes it simply delicious. Thogayals are typically mixed with rice and eaten. It can be eaten with Dosa, Idli or any other way you choose to eat it.
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Bengali Style Tomato Khejur Er Chaatni (Tomato, Cranberry, and Dates Chutney )Recipe is a simple side dish made with the combination of flavors like sweet, sour and tangy. This will tingle the taste buds and is made especially by Bengali’s as their taste palate have these as their common flavors in their dish.
Serve the Bengali Style Tomato, Cranberry, and Dates Chutney Recipe along with hot pulka or Lachaa Paratha to relish your dinner meal.
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Suran/Elephant Yam/Jimikand is a vegetable filled with protein, minerals and antioxidants, that are necessary for our body. It has a very low GI (Glycemic Index), making it safe for people having diabetes. It is rich in Omega 3 fatty acid and thereby helps to reduce bad cholesterol. It also aids digestion and bowel movements and is also believed to have anti-aging properties. This recipe of Suran Chutney is a speciality dish from the State of Bihar. Suran is boiled, mashed and infused with oil, spices ...
Mysore Chutney is a delicious South Indian condiment which goes well with dosas and other south indian delicacies. It is very famous in Karnataka and is prepared in most of the households. It is easy to prepare and enhances the tastes of dishes at your parties. Chutney enhances the flavour of food and can be stored for a few days.
Serve Mysore Chutney with homemade soft idli or masala dosa.
You can also try other similar recipes such as
Tomato Garlic Chutney
South Indian Coconut Chutney
Red Chilli Thecha is a popular chutney made in most households in Maharashtra. This spicy Maharashtrian style Red chilli chutney Recipe is a classic example of a simple dish, which uses just a few day-to-day ingredients, but takes your meal to another level. There are several variations of Thecha, this one uses fresh red chillies. You can alternatively use dried red chillies soaked in warm water. Adjust a number of chillies to your taste or depending on how pungent/hot they are. Red Chilli Thecha ...
Idli Chammanthi Chutney ( Fresh Coconut and Onion Chutney) is a traditional Kerala dish served with Idli Dosa. In this recipe, we are using fresh coconut and it is called as Pachcha tenga in Malayalam. The coconut gives you a sweet taste to the Chammanthi Chutney. The spices use in the chutney gives a new flavour to the idly or dosa with which we eat.
Serve Chammanthi Chutney with Idli or Dosa.
This can be served as breakfast or packed for kids lunch box as well.
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Chow-Chow Kothamalli Chutney Recipe| Chayote Coriander Chutney is one of my signature vegetable chutney recipes. I love to make vegetable chutneys a lot as it tastes different from the usual coconut or coriander chutney and also I love to include a vegetable dip with my main dish. Adding veggies to the chutney makes it more interesting and also apt for kids and adults who are hesitant with veggies. Serve it with idlis, onion rava dosa recipe or as an accompaniment with full course lunch.
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Paruppu Thuvaiyal a speciality of Andhra Pradesh. It is a coarse chutney made using lentils. In this chutney, a paste is formed using Toor dal and Bengal Gram and is tempered with the south Indian tempering.
Paruppu Thogayal is a quick and simple recipe and tastes heavenly with hot steamed rice and ghee.
If you like this recipe, you can also try our other chutney recipes such as
Tomato Onion Chutney
Tomato Garlic Chutney
The nutritive peels of the humble Ridge gourd (Dodka) can be used to make a quick, lip smacking chutney. Sesame can be added along with the ridge gourd for an extra crunch, and to increase the health quotient of the chutney. Flax seeds can be another addition to increase the nutritive value of the chutney.
Serve the Ridge Gourd Peel chutney as a side dish along with Phulka, Steamed rice and Sweet Potato Dal Recipe.
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Kerala Style Spicy & Tangy Inji Curry is one of the most delicious curries in Kerala Cuisine. The primary ingredient of this curry is ginger which adds a lot of health benefits to the recipe. Ginger through history has been used for relieving digestive problems. Inji Curry is an unavoidable part of Onam Sadya, and it is also said that it is included in sadya in order to help aid digestion of the heavy feast. The tamarind and jaggery lends it a hot, sour and sweet taste. I have tasted Inji Curry ...
We tend to forgo the vegetable peels most of the times neglecting their nutritional values which are at times higher than the actual vegetable. Ridge gourd is loaded with nutrients such as dietary fiber, vitamin C, zinc, thiamin, iron and magnesium and so is its peel. Comparatively the peel is richer in dietary fiber than the gourd itself. The Tangy & Spicy Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney is a spicy flavorful condiment for steamed rice or idli dosa and makes a delicious spread for the ...
Tomato Curry Leaf Chutney With No Onion No Garlic Recipe is a side dish made by blending tomato,green chillies,curry leaves which has been sauteed with some Indian spice like mustard seeds and turmeric powder to enhance the flavour.
Chutneys are usually served along as a side dish for many of the dishes like Dosa, Idly, and Paratha in the southern part of India. Chutney can be ground with a mortar or a pestle. Different spices are used in order to play with the flavour for making different chutney.
Coconut Peanut Chutney Recipe (No Onion No Garlic Recipe) is a side dish made by blending fresh grated coconut with green chillies,toasted peanuts and also flavoured by using coriander leaves and curry leaves.
Chutneys are usually served along as a side dish for many of the dishes like Dosa, Idli, and Paratha in the southern part of India. Chutney can be ground with a mortar or a pestle. Different spices are used in order to play with the flavour for making different chutney.
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If you think that Pomegranate seeds are used only for garnishing Curd rice, then you will be surprised about this Pomegranate Seeds Chutney. The Kashmiri Anardan Chetin is a chutney prepared with the dry pomegranate seeds (called as anardana) along with coriander and mint leaves. This chutney has the balanced concoction of tanginess and spiciness. If you find it difficult to find dried anardana, then use fresh pomegranate seeds as well. The addition of pomegranate seeds lend a mild sweetness to the ...
Raw tomato chutney recipe is a nice tangy, spicy chutney made with raw tomatoes that is a nice twist to the regular chutney. This raw tomato chutney can be served with dosa, idli, roti, with plain steamed rice or with curd rice.
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Ripe guava chutney recipe is one of the favorite South Indian chutney recipe in India. It is also referred as “Amrood Ki Chutney” in Hindi language. In this post I’ll share step by step procedure of making this sweet and spicy relish recipe. And I am sure that you will be astonished and will love the taste of this chutney. Ripe guava chutney is sweet, spicy and has a pleasant smooth and velvety green texture.
Serve the Ripe Guava Chutney with ajwain besan ka paratha for a healthy, hearty ...