Here is a list of all the different kinds of chutney recipes that you need in your life
This recipe is for spice lovers as it is made of chillies, garlic and sesame seeds. This chutney can be paired with dosas and make your dish even better.
Dry Fish Chutney
If you love seafood and can't live without it, try this amazing recipe that you can store easily and accompany with your otherwise simple meals.
Be it samosa or dosa, you can literally pair it with everything. Learn the technique of making the easiest pudina chutney recipe that is well balanced in taste, and hits the spicy and salty notes perfectly.
Red Chilli Chutney
A combination of red chillies, mango chunks and coconut gives you this delicious and fiery red chilli chutney ever. It can be accompanied with South Indian as well as Maharashtrian cuisine.
It tastes sweet and tangy, exploding in the mouth with subtle hints from the spices that bring out it's punchy flavours.
Garlic or Lasunachi chutney is a popular Maharashtrian side dish that can add so much flavour to your staple lunch or dinner. Garlic can really elevate your food and helps in digestion as well.
Although it sounds fancy, this recipe is versatile. It can be eaten with chapatis, used to make sandwiches and can be paired with nachos.
This famous recipe from South India is eaten with all the breakfast staples including idli, dosa, upma, uttapam etc. It has the goodness of all spices and coconut that makes this a delicious delight.
The tanginess from the raw mango and sweetness of jaggery is what makes this a perfect blend of flavours to make your meal yummy. When raw mangoes are in season, it is a recipe you want to make.
Curry Leaves Chutney
Curry leaves, garlic and green chillies is all you need to make this recipe. You can also convert it into a dip by adding some curd to it!
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