Parwal Chutney (Pointed Gourd Chutney)

Parwal or pointed gourd is usually used to prepare curry, sweet or fry. Potato parwal curry is liked in North Indian states and is prepared frequently. Today i am preparing parwal chutney. Parwal looks similar to Tindoora/Gherkins, but it is bigger in size.This tasty and healthy chutney can be served along with bread, bread sticks,…

Horse Gram & Mango Chutney (Ulavalu chutney)

Horse gram & mango chutney is a traditional south Indian chutney. Horse gram is believed to help in reducing overweight  and also good  for diabetic patients. It also provides heat to body during winters. This chutney is a perfect combination of protein, iron, calcium and vitamin C. This chutney goes well with steamed rice, dal…

Coriander Chutney

Tasty and easy coriander chutney is prepared with coriander leaves, green chillies and sesame seeds. It goes well with all fried snacks, flat bread, steamed rice or with any south Indian breakfast. Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes Serves: 8 to 10 servings Ingredients: Coriander: 1 small bunch (washed and roughly chopped) Sesame…

Mint & coconut chutney

Mint and coconut chutney is a very simple and tasty chutney, Apply this chutney on a sandwich bread for that refreshing and  tangy taste. Versatile mint & coconut chutney goes well with any fried snack like dal vada, pakoda, bajji or for that kathi roll. Also serve this chutney along with Uthappam,  dosa,  idly,  pongal,…

Coconut chutney

This simple coconut chutney is a must to serve along many South Indian snacks like idly, dosa, vada etc. Coconut chutney is prepared with fresh coconut and green chillies. Some amount of roasted chana dal / chutney dal is also added for preparing the chutney as a thickening agent If it is prepared for serving…

Tomato & Coriander Chutney

Tomato & coriander chutney is healthy and tangy South Indian chutney. It can  be  served as a dip for pakoda, potato chips or any fried snacks. It is a versatile chutney and goes well with steamed rice or with any south Indian breakfast like Idly, Dosa, vada or Uttapam. It can also be served along…

Green Chutney

Green chutney is prepared with fresh coriander leaves, mint leaves and green chillies. Spicy green  chutney is served as a topping for Dahi vada, Samosa, Papadi chaat and various other chats. Green chutney can also be applied on sandwich bread for additional taste. There is no cooking involved to prepare this chutney. Preparation time: 10…

Sweet Tamarind chutney

Tamarind chutney or Meetha chutney is prepared with tamarind pulp, jaggery and spices. Some people also add dates pulp as a sweetener. Sweet and sour tamarind chutney is served  as a topping for Dahi vada,  Papdi chaat, Kachori,  Samosa  and many  other chaats. Because it is a thick spicy concentrated chutney, we need just  little…

Sweet & Sour Mango Chutney

Sweet & sour mango chutney is prepared with slightly ripen raw mango.There is no need to add any sweetener like jaggery or sugar. Slightly ripe mango’s sweetness gives this chutney a different taste. Mango pieces are cooked in little oil to soften a little. Spices are added to balance the sweet and sour taste. This…

Mango & Sesame Seeds Chutney

When raw mangoes are in season  many different pickles and Chutneys re prepared with these mangoes. My grandmother used to prepare tasty raw mango and black sesame seeds chutney. white Sesame seeds also can be used to prepare chutney. Though both chutneys looks different in color they  are amazingly tasty. Black sesame seeds adds a…

Groundnut Chutney

Ground nut chutney is prepared with roasted ground nuts and green chillies. A small amount of tamarind pulp and jaggery is also used to balance the taste. Versatile ground nut chutney goes well with any Indian breakfast like pongal, dosa, idly, uthappam, upma, Medu vada and the list goes on. It can be served as…

Dosakaya Chutney (Yellow Cucumber Chutney)

Dosakaya chutney is a traditional south Indian chutney prepared with yellow cucumber and green chillies. This chutney can be served as a dip for any fried snacks or as a side dish. It goes very well with steamed rice and ghee. Preparation time: 10 minutes       Cooking time: 15 minutes      …