Tomato chutney is one of my recent favorite chutney’s to accompany idli’s and dosa’s. It is tangy from the flavor of the tomatoes itself and some chilli powder adds a nice heat.
I have always had dosa’s and idli’s with the usual coconut chutney or the green coconut chutney coz that is what it is served along with in most restaurants, in Mumbai atleast. I discovered this chutney only when I started working and one of my South Indian colleague who was also the head of one of the departments, had got it for lunch. As we always sit to share our lunch, I tasted some and loved it. It was nice and tangy with a little heat from the after taste. I got in touch with her through Whatsapp lately and she was kind enough to share the recipe again, she had shared the recipe that time as well, but I hadn’t been smart enough to jot it down. I just made it once and forgot about it! Continue reading →
Cilantro (coriander)-mint chutney also known as green chutney or hari chutney in Hindi is one of the most versatile chutneys in India. This chutney is a must accompaniment for chaats, and other snacks like pakoda’s, kachori’s, samosa’s, as a sandwich spread and the likes! Continue reading →
Date & tamarind chutney, is a yet another important component of any chaat snacks. It’s made of dates, tamarind and jaggery, seasoned with some flavorful spices balancing out the sweet and sour flavors. This chutney is not only delicious but healthy as well due to it’s iron rich ingredients. Continue reading →
Wishing all my reader’s a very Happy and prosperous Diwali! I hope everyone is having a ‘blast’ 🙂
Red chilli garlic chutney, a hot & spicy chutney with a prominent garlic flavor is must for all Indian chaat snacks. It adds loads of flavor and works in harmony with the other 2 essential chaat chutneys i.e. Cilantro-mint chutney & Date-tamarind chutney, both of which I’ll be sharing in the coming days. Continue reading →