Coconut chutney is the most common chutney found in the South Indian cuisine. It goes particularly with Idli, Dosa and Vada. There are many variations of coconut chutney made from Urad Dal or Moong Dal.
Chutneys are an essential part of an Indian household and there are many variants of it that go along with every dish, one such variant is the spicy and tangy tomato chutney. Inspired by the ...
East meets West. Cheesecake meets gulab jamun. An interesting combination sure to make a mark at your dinner party.
This instant bread chutney will taste just as great as your favourite coconut chutney. To make this chutney, all you need are some bread slices and a handful of common kitchen ingredients.
This chutney made of capsicum or bell pepper or Shimla mirch is unheard of but it is a must-try. With or without the pairing of coconut chutney, capsicum chutney is a worthy side dish that ...
This til ki chutney recipe gives a nutty twist to creamy coconut chutney and produces a unique side dish, which is tasty and healthy too.
Pachadi can easily be considered similar to North Indian raita, due to the inclusion of yogurt (dahi) and different kinds of fresh vegetables to the dish.
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'.