This Eggplant-Tomato Chutney is a mouth-watering chutney that tastes especially great with rice and a dollop of ghee (clarified butter). This is another vangi/baingan chutney recipe that’s and easy to make and vegan. Use this eggplant-tomato chutney as a spread for your sandwiches or as a dip for tacos and chips, or over a baked […]
Category: Chutney Recipes
With these chutney recipes, you can spice up any meal. Hot and spicy or sour and sweet, these chutney recipes are easy and help you add flavor and punch to your food. No Indian meal is complete without chutneys and pickles.
Made with different vegetables and fruits, these chutneys are healthy, easy to to make, as well as delicious, low-calorie, low-fat, and high-flavor accompaniments.
With these recipes, you can include some very nutritious and healthy fruits and vegetables, as well as lentils and legumes, in your chutneys, dips, and spreads. Try the Mint Chutney or browse for more chutney recipes below.
This Eggplant-Cilantro Chutney that my mom makes is a hot favorite with my family and friends. Not only is this vangi/baingan chutney quick and easy to make, but it goes with rice as well as roti. You could use this chutney as a spread for your sandwiches or as a dip for tacos and chips, […]
Coconut Chutney for Rice is a delicious chutney that’s a hot favorite in Andhra. Hot and a little tangy and sweet, this chutney (known as kobbari pachadi) is dry but a perfect accompaniment for rice. Serve with lots of ghee and pappadums. This is an easy chutney recipe. Servings: 4-6 Cooking Time: 10 minutes Ingredients […]
Coconut chutney is served with many South Indian appetizers and snacks, such as idli, vada, and dosa. It also tastes great with rice. With this easy recipe, you can whip up this chutney in minutes. Servings: 6 Cooking Time: 5 minutes Ingredients 1/2 cup fresh, grated coconut (nariyal, thengai, kobbari) 1/4 cup dalia ( roasted, […]
Cilantro Chutney (Coriander) is hot and tangy, and tastes great with rice and ghee (clarified butter), or as a dip for snacks like fritters and pakodas. You can also use this chutney as a spread for your sandwiches. Servings: 4 Cooking Time: 10 minutes Ingredients 1 cup cilantro (coriander leaves), chopped 1 tsp tamarind water […]
Chayote Pear Chutney is a great side for South Indian breakfast dishes like idli, vada, and dosa. This sweet-sour chutney is easy to make. If you want to serve something other than coconut chutney and sambar with idlis, try this tasty chutney. You can also serve it with plain rice and spice up your meal. […]
Ash Gourd Chutney is a slightly tangy and delicious chutney, and a great way to spice up your meals. Ash gourds or winter melons are available almost year-round in the US. Look for them in Indian and Asian grocery stores or whole foods stores. Ash gourd is extremely low in calories, and as such great […]
Mint chutney is great to serve with rice and ghee (clarified butter) or with cutlets and aloo tikkis. Spice up your vegetarian sandwiches with this chutney as a spread. Try this chutney on your burgers instead of mayonnaise or mustard – a great way to cut calories while enhancing flavor. Servings: 6 Cooking Time: 10 […]
This tomato chutney is sweet, sour, and spicy, and can be served with idlis, dosas, and vadas. It’s also great as a dip for pakodas, chips, and french fries, and as a spread for sandwiches. This delicious South Indian tomato chutney recipe is very easy to make. Servings: 8 Cooking Time: 10 minutes Ingredients 4 […]