Chutneys have been a part of our Indian cuisine for centuries
Chutneys are a huge part of Pakistani and Bangladeshi food too
There must be something that’s sets a chutney apart. Which is why food experts across the world refrain from classifying it as a sauce, relish or even a dip. Chutneys have been a part of our Indian cuisine for centuries. Made fresh by grinding ingredients such as coriander, coconut, sesame, groundnuts, yogurt, cucumber, mint and tomato to name a few, chutney is a common side dish used extensively in almost all Indian cuisines. Chutneys are a huge part of Pakistani and Bangladeshi food too. Here are 9 Chutney recipes in Hindi that you must try.
A lip-smacking chutney made by using a fine blend of coriander, garlic and chillies. The chutney goes best with kebabs, pakodas and a range of Indian starters. Dhaniye ki chutney is sure to leave you licking your plates clean.
Dhaniye ki chutney recipe in Hindi is sure to leave you licking your fingers
A summer favourite, aam ki chutney is the perfect sweet and sour side-dish that often holds the potential to outdo the charm of the main dish. Aam ki Chutney goes best with poori- subzi and piping hot rice and dal.
An easy to make and oh-so delicious chutney made by blending amla and saunf. The sour chutney is also one of the Ayurveda's most precious gems. Amla and its extensive range of benefits makes the chutney one of the healthiest chutneys in Indian cuisine.
The sour chutney is also one of the Ayurveda's most precious gems
Be it vadas, idlis, dosas or appams, no South Indian fare is complete without the standard coconut chutney. Packing the best of South Indian produce in coconut, tamarind pulp and green chillies, coconut chutney is a lovely foil to the soothing sambhar which makes for another staple on the South Indian platter.
Coconut chutney recipe in Hindi is going to win your hearts
A beautiful blend of hand churned spices and herbs like mint, turmeric, dhaniya and plum Jam, this rustic recipe is sure to leave you craving for more. We can see you slurping already.
This rustic recipe is sure to leave you craving for more
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