South Indian cuisine boasts of countless traditional chutneys that can be paired with dosa, vada and many other meals.
Andhra-Style Allam Pachadi Recipe: We found this unique South Indian chutney that can elevate your meal in no time. You must give it a try!
Looking for new south Indian flavours? Make this peanut chutney and amp up your meal.
South Indian cuisine uses a lot of peanut chutney but this Andhra-special peanut chutney with the tanginess of tomatoes offers something unique.
South Indian food fan? Why not enjoy it like you do in restaurants. Round off your special meal with this tomato coconut chutney, which is very easy to make.
Peanut chutney recipe: Just grab a handful of peanuts and some common spices that you are already using to prepare your south Indian fare
Dangar Chutney Recipe: This South Indian-style Chutney is a must-have in the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu.
South Indian Recipes: From vegetables, fruits and seasonal greens to local spices and herbs, you can find a gamut of local produce in these condiments. Here are some of our personal favourites.
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.
Onion-peanut chutney recipe: This onion-peanut chutney will not only make your meal a tasty affair, but also warm you up from within.