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.
Radish Leaves Pachadi Recipe is a healthy South Indian side dish recipe which is diabetic friendly too. Radish greens are a source of wholesome health and a low-calorie food. Serve Radish Leaves Pachadi Recipe as a side dish with dosa, steamed rice, or chapati.
Here are more interesting chutney recipes to try
Tomato Onion Chutney Recipe With Coconut And Mint
Kathirikkai Thogayal Recipe
Beetroot Chutney Recipe
Ripe Guava Chutney Recipe
Beetroot and Fig Chutney Recipe, is a brilliant combination to make and Indian spiced chutney that can be had with your stuffed paratha or even dosa. The flavors in this chutney comes out really nice by adding few ajwain seeds and also by sprinkling few teaspoon of nutmeg powder. As beetroot is rich in nutrients and vitamins it compliments well with juice figs which is rich in dietary fibers.
Serve the Beetroot and Fig Chutney Recipe along with stuffed paratha or Mixed Sprouts Coriander Dosa With ...
Peerkangai Thogayal/Ridge gourd chutney is a south Indian side dish that pairs very well with steamed rice and rasam. Ridge gourd can be prepared in various ways, in the form of curries, as an addition to sambar, but I like it best as a thick creamy thogayal.
Chopped veggies are cooked after tempering with mustard, urad dal, channa dal and green chillies until they turn soft. It is them ground into a paste/chutney. The spices are kept minimal with just a pinch of asafoetida and turmeric to get the ...
Chutney has a wide importance in Indian cuisines and is similar to sauce that comes from the subcontinents. In India, almost every snack or savoury is incomplete without a Chutney. Different snack is teamed with a different kind of a chutney. Few very commonly loved Indian dips/chutneys are Tomato Mint Chutney, Coconut Chutney, Peanut Chutney and the most favourite of all that goes with almost each and every snack dish is the Dates & Tamarind Chutney aka Khajoor imli ki chutney.
Serve Khajoor ...
Thovayal or thogayal are the dry chutneys had along with the meal. Kothamalli Thovayal Recipe is a simple and refreshing chutney recipe prepared using fresh bunch of coriander leaves.
Remove it into a bowl and serve the Kothamalli Thovayal Recipe along with Steamed Rice, Tomato Rasam and Elai Vadam for a simple weeknight dinner.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chutney recipes such as
Dhaniya Pudina Chutney
Tomato Garlic Chutney
In Assamese, 'Bilahi ' means tomatoes and 'Tok' means tangy/sour. A simple yet tangy chutney recipe from Assamese cuisine. This condiment is made on special festivals or occasions by the Assamese. Fresh tangy tomatoes tempered with panch phoran masala. A sweet, tangy, spicy chutney that can be served as a side dish to rotis as well as rice. This dish is so simple to make and can be made within 15 minutes. A delicious condiment that can be used in so many different ways. All you require ...
Hurali Kalu Chutney Recipe (Horse Gram Chutney Recipe) is a spicy chutney made from the horse gram, which is very essential to be a part of your everyday diet. The lentil is rich in iron content and is very important for pregnancy women. It also possess the ability to reduce blood sugar content in the blood and help to reduce the insulin resistance in type 2 diabetics. Do try this delicious spicy chutney which goes well with various South Indian Breakfast dishes.
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Tomato Chutney is generally served with idlis on the food streets in south India. The consistency of this chutney is quite watery, comes without any tempering at the idli shop and makes a pretty enjoyable idli eating experience. You can always add the tempering to enhance the taste of the chutney.
Serve Tomato Chutney with Homemade Soft Idlis during breakfast or as a tea time snack.
You can also try other Chutney recipes such as
Dhaniya Pudina Chutney
South Indian Coconut Chutney
Tomato and ...
Coriander Leaves/Cilantro/Kothamalli is an important herb in Indian Cooking. we either use it to garnish are used as a flavouring agent. This herb can also be used as a main ingredient and used in preparing various recipes. One if it is Kothamalli Thogayal Recipe | Coriander Leaves Chutney. This thogayal stays good only for 2 days. This Kothamalli Thogayal Recipe | Coriander Leaves Chutney can be served as a side dish to the main meal of steamed rice and sambar or as a side dish to vada recipes.
Spiced Prune Chutney Recipe is a sweet and spicy mixture that is made with preserved prunes. It is good way to use it as an accompaniment for various ingredient such as a spread for a sandwich, or can be added to a wrap along with some vegetables, it can also be had with an Indian breakfast dish like dosa or Stuffed Paratha.
The preserved prunes are highly concentrated source of nutrients and is very good for releasing antioxidants into the body. The vitamin A content in prunes are very good for ...
The Gooseberry (Amla/Nellikai) Chutney recipe also known as the Thogayal in south india, is a simple, sattvic preparation of the wonder berry "gooseberry". Gooseberries are rich in antioxidants and vitamins and help in curing a variety of diseases. Furthermore, the gooseberries contain adequate levels of minerals such as copper, calcium, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, and potassium.
Serve this healthy Amla Thogayal Recipe with any paratha of your choice or poori, or with steamed ...
Kanchakalar Khosha Bata is a traditional Bengali dish that is made from raw banana peels. The banana peels are cooked and spiced up with garlic, green chillies and red chillies, and is nutritious and packed with iron.
Serve the Kanchakalar Khosha Bata with hot steamed rice and ghee.
You can also try the following recipes with the raw banana since this recipes only uses the peel:
Kachcha Kela Masala Sabzi Recipe (Raw Banana with Tomatoes & Spices)
Kuruku Kaalan Recipe (Raw Bananas ...
Peerkangai Thogayal Recipe is a delicacy in almost every South Indian home. The thogayal recipe is made with roasted ingredients like urad dal, red chilies, and curry leaves when ground along with tamarind into a paste along with the peels of ridge gourd it gives a fresh aroma which makes it simply delicious.
Serve Peerkangai Thogayal with steamed rice, or have it with idli-dosa.
Other Thogayal recipes that you can try are:
Zucchini Thogayal (Tangy and Spicy Zucchini Chutney)
Ridge gourd has many nutritional benefits as it is loaded with fibers, vitamins, and minerals. From an Ayurvedic point of view, ridge gourd increases vata and kapha, but it cools down and pacifies the dosha pitta in the body. Since the ridge gourd is low in saturated fat and cholesterol, it is the ideal diet for those who are looking for weight loss.
Ridge Gourd Pachadi is a typical South-Indian condiment. The word pachadi is a portmanteau of the words pachai, meaning raw or green and adi, ...
The Sweet and Spicy Strawberry Chutney recipe is a dish made from fresh strawberries that are cooked in a jaggery and lemon juice and spiced with chillies, ginger and cumin seeds. The taste of strawberries will appeal to the kids very well. This Strawberry Chutney can be used as an accompaniment for chaats, as a dip with crackers, as a spread over breads or even along with parathas for breakfast.
Other chutney recipes that you can try are:
Date and Tamarind Chutney Recipe | Khajur Imli ...
Pudalangai Thogayal Recipe (Snake Gourd Chutney Recipe) is a very simple side dish prepared from a long melon which is very famous to be used in most of the Dal preparation or Poriyals in Tamil Nadu. The chutney is sweet and has a little bit of tanginess to it. This can be paired with any of the breakfast dishes as a healthy accompaniment.
As snake gourd is a diabetic friendly vegetable as it is low in calories and it is very good for health and good amount of nutrients.
Serve the Pudalangai Thogayal ...
Apple and Raisin Chutney Recipe is a British style savory spread made with apples and raisin and a hint of cinnamon that provides the much required warmth. Apple and cinnamon is a match made in heaven and this chutney, sweetened with the addition of raisins is perfect food gift to share with your friends. Enjoy Apple and Raisin Chutney for breakfast along with stuffed parathas or another Indian bread of your choice, or spread it on toast. It makes a great option for your kiddie snack box ...
Red Chilli Coconut Chutney Recipe is a delectable spicy accompaniment (chutney) to many South Indian breakfast options such as idlis, vada, uttapams or dosai. It also pairs well with South Indian snacks and tiffin items. This recipe uses red chillies blended with freshly grated coconut and a dash of coconut oil, to give it extra flavour. Packed with the goodness of coconuts and the punch of red chillies, I find that it pairs well with Sambar or Dal when had with rice too. If you are averse to the ...
Uchellu Chutney Recipe made of Niger Seeds is a popular chutney accompaniment made in North Karnataka regions. Uchellu Niger Seeds are a black thistle seed variety known for its distinct flavour and smell. This chutney is popularly made along with jowar roti, akki rotti, kadubu or chapatis. It is a great accompaniment for breakfast or tea time.
Here are some other popular chutney recipes for you to try at your homes:
Capsicum Chutney Recipe
Amla/Nellikai Thogayal Recipe
Puli Ingi Recipe
Peanut Chutney Recipe is a delicious a nutty, toasty and typically Indian chutney that requires minimal effort. Made without coconut, the chutney is healthy and bursting with additional flavours from curry leaves, chillies and two kinds of lentils. It makes a great breakfast side dish or accompaniment. You can serve the Peanut Chutney along with Aval/ Poha Dosa, Goan Shepeche Polle, Ragi Idli or even Kuzhi Paniyaram as a healthy accompaniment compared to the typical coconut-rich chutneys we are used ...
Carrot Peanut Chutney Recipe is a perfect accompaniment to idli or dosa breakfasts. This recipe can also be made without using the coconut, for a healthier version. Those who are allergic to peanuts, can avoid it and add roasted gram instead. Carrot can be replaced by radish or ridge gourd. As you can see this truly versatile chutney it is a great option for a breakfast accompaniment.
Have you tried the:
High Protein Peanut Chutney
Uchellu (Niger Seeds) Chutney
Tomato Onion Chutney
Chana Dal Chutney Recipe is made of roasted chana dal or dalia dal and in South India it is popularly used in the making of chutneys, bot wet and dry. This particular chutney is very hot and spicy and it goes well with all kinds of South Indian Tiffin/Breakfast items.
Serve this Chana Dal Chutney with Aval/Poha Dosa, Tomato Uttapam or Carrot Onion Uttapam.
Other chutney recipes that you can try are:
Sweet and Spicy Raw Mango Chutney
South Indian Coconut Chutney (For Idli's & Dosa's)
Andhra Pradesh is famous for it's spicy powders and chutneys. This Andhra Style Peanut Chutney is high in protein and makes for a healthy side dish with idli, dosa and even paranthas.
It is so easy to make & is full of flavours that it will become your goto chutney recipe for breakfast.
Other chutney recipes that you can try are:
Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney)
Lahsun ki Chutney | A Spicy Garlic Chutney
Date and Tamarind Chutney Recipe | Khajur Imli Chutney
Andhra Style Zucchini Tomato Chutney Recipe is yet another flavourful chutney from the South Indian cuisine that is rich in its repertoire of condiments and chutneys. A traditional Andhra style meal is well known for its fabulous chutneys, which are freshly prepared and use a variety of vegetables, combined with lentils, nuts and spices. Zucchini Tomato chutney is one such, which tastes amazing and uses just regular ingredients. Zucchini is a summer squash and is very low in calories and cooks very ...