Make These Wonderful And Soothing Chutneys At Home
Chutney is a common side dish in South Asian cuisine. It is simple to learn and make them at home, let’s learn how to Make These Wonderful And Soothing Chutneys At Home.
Introduction: Chutney serves as a great combination to snacks like idli and samosa and is made by crushing all its ingredients. There are varieties of chutneys you can serve from sweet, hot to spicy ones. Hot ones are usually served with less spicy foods and light chutneys are served for spicy foods. In ancient times, people used to grind on stones, but now they have started using mixer or blender for chutney making.
Mango Chutney: To all those who love a little tangy taste in their meal will love mango chutneys. It is made with green mangoes, coriander leaves, ginger, garlic, red chili pepper, vinegar, salt and sugar. It can be served with any north Indian food as it makes any non-spicy, dull and boring food spicy and delicious. Add raisins to make sweet mango chutney. In no-mango season, mint can be used in place of mango. The soothing chutney even tastes great without mango. For recipe, follow the link.
Amla Chutney: Indian gooseberry is called Amla in Hindi language. Small pieces of amla without its seeds are used along with cilantro, green chilies, ginger and salt to make awesome chutney. Click the link to find a good gooseberry chutney recipe.
Coconut Chutney: Coconut chutney is normally served with South Indian delicacies. Grated coconut, chopped cilantro, green chilies, roasted split peas and limejuice are the main ingredients of this chutney recipe. Click on this link for a recipe.
Tomato Chutney: Slightly cooked tomatoes are mixed with chopped spring onion greens, garlic, salt and red chili powder to make delicious tomato chutney, which is easy to make and great in taste. Click here for tomato chutney recipe.
Tamarind Chutney: Snacks served with curd, samosas and pakoras taste great with tamarind chutney. The main ingredients of this soothing chutney are tamarind, jaggery, roasted cumin powder, black salt, red chili powder and salt. Thick in texture and tangy in taste, this tamarind chutney is easy to make and a favorite of all. Click here for a recipe.
Date Chutney: Dates are considered good to eat during winters as it can cure common cough. Dates are mixed with ginger, raisins, almond, vinegar, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, red chili pepper, salt and sugar to make this delicious recipe. Click here for a recipe.
Peanut Chutney: Peanuts can render another delicious soothing chutney recipe your guests will love to have with any meal. Soaked crushed peanuts are blended with coriander leaves, jaggery, green chilies and salt to make this delicious recipe. It is recommended to avoid eating this chutney, if you are allergic to peanuts. Otherwise peanuts are a rich source of vitamin E, fiber, magnesium, manganese, niacin, folate and phosphorus. Here is the recipe for peanut chutney.
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