Chaat Chutneys | Chutneys For Indian Chaat Snacks
The 3 essential chutneys i.e. Date-tamarind sweet chutney, coriander-mint green chutney & red chilli garlic chutneys are the most important elements in any Indian chaat snack. Basically, chaat is incomplete without these chutneys, it would be rather bland. Learn how to make all the three chaat chutneys in this handy post!
Coconut Chutney Recipe - 3 Varieties of Indian Chutney
Coconut Chutney is delicious South Indian chutney accompaniment made from coconut, chilies, roasted dal, spices and seasonings. Particularly, we serve this chatni with dosa, idli, masala dosa, medu vada, uttapam, upma and many more. Signifcantly, coconut is a part of most of the South Indian Recipes, be it in a form of dried coconut or fresh coconut....
South Indian Coconut Chutney Recipe for Idli Dosa (with Curd) - Edible Garden
As I mentioned in the Tamil Hotel-Style Coconut Chutney post, South Indian chutneys come in many varieties and often are the best combination with idli and dosa. Fresh coconut ground with green chillies, roasted Bengal gram, ginger and tempered with mild spices – what’s not to love? This variation of South Indian chutney has curd...Read More »
Coconut Chutney (8 coconut chutney varieties)
Coconut chutney is a condiment made with fresh coconut, dal, chilies & spices. This recipe post shares 8 different kinds of coconut chutney recipes to accompany most snacks & south Indian breakfasts like idli, dosa, vada & pongal.
Coriander Chutney And Tamarind Chutney
Coriander Chutney And Tamarind Chutney are one of those basic chutneys we Indians absolutely enjoy. These chutney even works great as a dip, sauce for your sandwich or you can even drizzle a little bit on your salad or soup for a tasteful twist.