Chutney made with the goodness of plums infused with warm flavours of cinnamon, chillies and cloves.
A sweet and tangy chutney with guavas, lemon, chillies and ginger.
An unusual chutney made with curry leaves, onions and tamarind pulp.
A sour chutney with the goodness of amla, saunf and bhrami leaves.
Tangy and tantalizing mango chutney can be remarkably versatile, use it as a spread on sandwitches or with rice/chappatis or simply dip your snacks into it!
Zesty bell pepper chutney that can be paired with a range of dishes.
Coriander chutney is common to most Indian households but this recipe will blow your mind! The overpowering taste of coriander is beautifully balanced with mint leaves and a few drops of lemon juice.
An easy to make yummy coriander ki chutney that goes best with kebabs and other Indian starters.
A refreshing chutney made with coconut and coriander.
Chutney made from ambiya, mint and garlic.
Chutneys evolved during the British rule. Chutney was a favorite of the British from the years the Empire ruled India. One famous chutney was called Major's Grey, named after a British Army Officer. During the ...
Your repertoire of South Indian delicacies may range from Coorgi pandi curry (pork curry) to nadan kozhi varuthathu (spicy chicken fry) but the one which is most popular and world renowned is 'idli'. A simple, ...
Chutneys and pickles are an integral part of Indian dining. Here's a round-up of some of the most popular chutneys from across the country.
Today, I devour having gunpowder/chutney podi/pudi with hot rice and dosas, along with a generous pour of ghee of course.
Indian chefs often experiment with the recipes and ingredients, true! But a spicy and crispy 'Crab Samosa' served with mango chutney is something that would surely make you think about the level of creativity and ...