Pudina chutney is the most loved tangy dip that can be paired with any dish, be it spicy samosas, crispy aloo pakode, or simple daal chawal - it will just double the taste.
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Mint Recipes: Mint (pudina) is a wonderful ingredient to add in to your daily diet for which we've got you the best mint recipes to prepare at home and reap in its many benefits! From ...
If you are bored of the run-off the-mill pudina chutney, you can try a bevy of other dips to dunk your pakodas in.
We simply cannot imagine our summer fare without a smattering of these chutneys on the side.
Immunity-boosting chutney: The fruity flavour of kiwi and sharpness of mint herb meld together perfectly to make a great-tasting side dish for our Indian meals.
Tangy and eclectic, pudina chutney goes back years in time. Mint is also loaded with menthol and active oil, which is responsible for most of the herb's health benefits
Many of our history books never chronicle the role played by our foods, herbs and spices in shaping the country's fortune.
This recipe of Mumbai's special masala toast sandwich that will remind you of your favourite sandwich joint in the city.
How can you possibly resist a sprinkle of fresh coriander on your daal, soup or chicken curry? How can you not have a bowl of mint sauce (popularly known as pudina chutney) stacked away in ...