Chutneys are an essential part of south Indian cuisine. They pair well with all the popular meals like dosa, idli , flavored rices and are a perfect dip for a variety of snacks. South Indian chutneys are easy to make, low in calories and usually packs a lot of nutrition in a small serving. BellRead more
Here is another coconut chutney – Fresh and Creamy Coconut Chutney. Of the many variations of coconut chutney this one screams “fresh and creamy”! The creaminess comes entirely from fresh ground coconut. Coconut is definitely the star here!
Coconut Chutney with Peanuts is a thick and creamy chutney. This is the kind of hearty coconut chutney that goes well with most Indian tiffin (light meals) items like poori, dosa , upma etc.. The peanuts makes it extra creamy and nutty. This chutney stays fresh for a few hours and isRead more
This is a typical Coconut Chutney prepared in Kerala homes. This creamy, red coconut chutney has smokey undertones and a tinge of tang. I have had it umpteen times – mom, granny, countless aunt’s and a few friends are all experts when it comes to making Coconut Chutney. The taste isRead more
Flax seed chutney powder is an easy way to increase the nutritional value of any , well almost any, dish. Chutney powders are used as an accompaniment to a variety of meals in the South Indian Cuisine. Usually made with a blend of dals (beans/lentils), it adds a bit of crunch and protein as wellRead more