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20 Aug 13
Fried Coconut Chutney ( South Indian Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, one chutney or the other is usually required to be served – either to accompany idlis, dosas and other tiffin varieties, or as a side dish for rice preparations. With coconut being an easily-available ingredient in the south, coconut-based chutneys are quite common.
23 Jul 09
Beetroot Chutney, How To Make Beetroot Chutney by Tarla Dalal
This chutney is quick and easy to prepare and is also different from the usual chutneys
. It is a delectable combination of grated beetroot and coconut which is sautéed with urad dal, curry leaves and red chillies. It is then puréed and t ....
19 Mar 14
Fruit Chutney by Tarla Dalal
A fruitilicious chutney that goes great with finger foods of all kinds! with the goodness of pineapples, pears, apples and grapes, this fruit chutney is further perked up with tamarind and spice powders. The black salt however is the secret ingredient, which enhances the flavour of the fruits.
11 Sep 14
Carrot Garlic Chutney ( Healthy Breakfast) by Tarla Dalal
Vibrantly coloured and tasty, this vitamin-rich chutney is a great addition to the breakfast menu on rainy or cold winter mornings. Although this version uses much less spices and oil than the traditional version, this carrot garlic chutney tastes great and is sure to shake awake your senses! the nu ....
14 Mar 16
Healthy Coconut Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Coconut is high in saturated (bad) fats that cause obesity and heart diseases and aggravate diabetes. Reduce the quantity of coconut you normally use and add roasted coriander, urad dal and chana dal for healthier, tastier chutney.
14 Oct 15
Raw Mango and Onion Chutney by Tarla Dalal
A chutney with raw mango and onion may surprise you, but making this a part of your daily diet helps to prevent you from sunstrokes.
07 Jul 12
Raw Mango and Onion Chutney ( High Blood Pressure) by Tarla Dalal
Can’t imagine a life without pickles and piquant chutneys? Appease your craving with this tasty yet healthy chutney made of tangy raw mangoes and pungent onions balanced with jaggery, chilli powder and jeera powder. This low-calorie, low-sodium chutney is an alternative that will score high on both ....
20 Aug 13
23 Jul 09
Tomato Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Like most South Indian recipes, this is a hot and spicy tomato and onion chutney. Perk up your meal with this chutney. Purée this to make a coarse chutney and enjoy the contrasting flavours.
23 Jul 09
Turai Chutney by Tarla Dalal
This chutney is absolutely delicious. Though classified under chutneys, this vegetable chutney is eaten with plain hot rice drizzled with a few drops of melted ghee and makes a meal by itself. Turai or ridge gourd is cooked with tomatoes, tempered with mustard, green chillies, garlic and curry leav ....
22 Feb 17
07 Mar 16
Fresh Garlic Chutney by Tarla Dalal
This chutney is usually is made using dry coconut, which is high in saturated (bad) fat. I made this healthier, low fat version by completely avoiding the use of coconut.
This chutney tastes equally tasty and zings up the flavour of snacks may it be Oil- Fre ....
14 Feb 11
Carrot Garlic Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Home-made vegetable chutneys are a better option than store-bought sauces and dips, which tend to be highly salted. Carrots subtly flavoured with garlic, chilli powder and lemon juice makes a mouth-watering accompaniment for buckwheat.
23 Dec 13
Garlic- Tomato Chutney by Tarla Dalal
A unique twist has been given to the simple garlic chutney by adding tomatoes and spring onions to it. Tomato gives it the much needed tang, while the coriander and spring onion greens add to the crunch and earthy flavour. This chutney compliments mint and masoor rolls and whole wheat salad wrap.
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