South Indian cuisine uses a lot of peanut chutney but this Andhra-special peanut chutney with the tanginess of tomatoes offers something unique.
Looking for new south Indian flavours? Make this peanut chutney and amp up your meal.
A 4-year-old boy makes his favourite peanut chutney in this adorable video. Watch it here
Peanut chutney recipe: Just grab a handful of peanuts and some common spices that you are already using to prepare your south Indian fare
Onion-peanut chutney recipe: This onion-peanut chutney will not only make your meal a tasty affair, but also warm you up from within.
South Indian cuisine is abound with lip-smacking condiments, peanut chutney being one of them. This earthy treat is often paired with idli, idiappams and dosa in Andhra Pradesh.
We have quick and easy recipes of instant chana dal chutney, instant coconut chutney, instant peanut chutney and instant onion-tomato chutney.
This idli recipe will teach you how to make soft and spongy idli without needing idli maker or special idli stand, and a tasty chutney made with peanuts to go with it.
Podi is generally eaten with ghee and rice or akki roti. It is also used in dosas and idlis. Some even use this chutney in upma for adding an extra flavour to it.
Chutney is not just extremely healthy, but also adds an amazing flavour to any meal that you pair it with, including a simple bowl of steamed rice.