Awesome Indian chutneys to complement your recipes

Awesome Indian chutneys to complement your recipes

Chutneys form an inevitable part of the Indian cuisine and food isn’t consumed without them at any meal, especially at the breakfast and at the snack time. Chutney is nothing but a sweet or spicy variation of an Indian aromatic dip which is served complementary with Indian appetizers and snacks.

Here are of the awesome Indian chutneys to complement your recipes and satiate your taste buds:

Schezwan sauce/chutney:

schezwan chutney

This is a quintessential part of the Indian chutney scenario merely due to the fact that it goes well with all kinds of Indo-Chinese recipes. It  is spicy since it is formed of mainly chili, which goes well with the Indian taste buds pretty well and also requires ginger, onion, celery, vinegar and soya sauce to keep the recipe authentic.

Mint Chutney:                                                

Mint ChutneyA completely versatile Indian dip, Mint chutney is a must have to enjoy any kind of appetizer, snack or even in the main meals. Using mainly mint leaves, you need chilies as per your taste along with garlic and ginger and not to forget yoghurt, this chutney is a must make for aromatic taste.

Coconut Chutney:

Coconut ChutneyAs the name suggests, this one is made up of coconut and chillies and compliments almost all of the South Indian cuisine dishes such as idli, dosa, vada, aloo bonda but also not forgetting the taste it gives to dhokla, a Gujarati snack.

Sweet and Sour Mango Chutney:

Mango ChutneyMade up of dry mango powder (amchur) along with some commonly found spices in India, this sweet and sour chutney compliments chaats which are famous with every Indian. Starting from the likes of pakora, bread dahi chaats, aloo tikki, samosa and kachoris, this one is a must make and have at any household.

Chili Ginger Chutney:

Ginger ChutneyThis one is a complete chutney which can make even the simplest of paratha, rice, chapatti and other array of Indian snacks in the likes of gathia, namak pare and matthi taste heavenly. The main ingredients being chili and ginger, try having them with snacks or a meal and stay refreshed.

Coriander chutney:

Chutney Corianderthis spicy Indian dip is made of coriander leaves and green chillies. You just need to grind these and add lemon, salt, ginger and garlic as per the flavour you want. The Indian kitchen dishes are incomplete without  the taste of coriander chutney at any meal time!

Boondi Raita:

dipThis is a version of an Indian yogurt dip which complements any kind of dish such as paratha, biriyani, roti, pulao among plenty of others. Using dry boondi and yogurt and some spices to top it up with, this quintessential chutney taste amazing with snacks and appetizers with equal effect.

Bon Appétit!

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