these chutney recipes, you can spice up any meal. Hot and spicy or
sour and sweet, chutneys help you add flavor and punch to your food. No
Indian meal is complete without chutneys and pickles.
Try the Mint Chutney or browse for
more chutney recipes below.
Made with different vegetables and fruits, these chutneys are healthy,
easy to to make, as well as delicious, low-calorie, low-fat, and
these recipes, you can include some very nutritious and healthy fruits
and vegetables, as well as lentils and legumes, in your chutneys, dips,
This South Indian tomato chutney is great with idli, dosa, vada, as
well as with french fries and chips.
Coconut chutney is served with many South Indian appetizers and snacks,
such as idli, vada, and dosa. This is an easy chutney recipe and takes
only five minutes to make.
Roasted Moong Dal
Roasted Moong Dal Chutney is an easy and healthy recipe.This chutney is
very popular in Andhra Pradesh where it's
called Veyinchina Pesara Pachadi.
Mint chutney is great to serve with rice and ghee (clarified butter) or
with cutlets and aloo tikkis.
Made with soaked mung beans, this is a healthy
accompaniment for rice.
This delicious chutney is great as an accompaniment to rice, roti or as
a dip for snacks.
This Eggplant-Tomato Chutney is a mouth-watering chutney that tastes
especially great with rice and a dollop of ghee (clarified butter).
This sweet and sour chutney is perfect accompaniment for idlis and
This chutney is a perfect accompaniment for rice.
Lemon Cucumber Chutney
This chutney goes very well with roti and rice.
Great to serve with rice or as a dip and spread.
Chutney (Winter Melon)
Delicious chutney for rice or as a dip.
This is a mouthwatering accompaniment for idli, dosa, vada, and rice
A delightful, tangy, dry chutney for plain rice.
Kandi pachadi is very popular in Andhra, India, and is usually served
This is a healthy chutney recipe.
A quick recipe for a tangy and hot chutney for
serving with South Indian idlis and dosas. You can also use it as a dip
for chips and veggies, or as a spread for your sandwiches.
Delicious way to spice up your sandwiches!
A south Indian dip that goes well with idli, dosa, vada, and plain rice.
Chayote Pear Chutney
Serve this sweet-sour chutney with Souht Indian breakfast dishes like
idli, vada, and dosa.
A spicy chutney that goes well with plain rice.
Tamarind dip is a hot favorite with all samosa lovers and makes a
delicious dipping sauce for pakodas, french fries, chips, and many
other appetizers and snacks.
Great accompaniment for idli, dosa, and vada.
Mint-Coriander Chutney is a delicious chutney that goes with many
appetizers and snacks, such as samosa and pakoda.
This is a delicious and quick accompaniment for samosas and other
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