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23 Sep 13
Sweet Chutney ( Desi Khana ) by Tarla Dalal
This is an indispensable part of chaat platters! if you are serving snacks, you ought to have sweet chutney to go with it – to complete the picture. While it is an accompaniment in its own right.
21 Dec 15
Dahiwali Pudina ki Chutney, Curd Phudina Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Dahiwali phudina chutney is an unusual combination of coriander, mint leaves and curds. . Lemon juice is added to give a nice colour to this chutney. . This can be used for serving with any tikkis. . .
16 May 14
23 Jul 16
Homemade Chilli Garlic Paste by Tarla Dalal
Homemade Chilli Garlic Paste is an excellent paste that is used in making mouthwatering pav bhajis.
26 Nov 12
Tomato Chutney ( Cooking with 1 Tsp Oil) by Tarla Dalal
This tangy chutney is the best combination for bland dishes like Idli
and appe! One of the most popular South Indian
chutneys, this is sure to perk up any meal it is served with. Purée the mixture of sautéed tomatoes, onions and dals ....
06 Mar 16
Fresh Garlic Chutney, Spicy Lasun Chutney, Indian Lahsun Chutney by Tarla Dalal
The aroma of garlic is unmistakable and pungent. Oil your hands before you peel garlic to prevent your fingers from discolouring and to prevent having a lingering garlic aroma throughout the day!
Soaking garlic cloves is hot water makes it easier to peel them. Make this chutney in large quanti ....
03 Apr 16
10 Dec 15
Pineapple and Raisin Chutney by Tarla Dalal
If your taste buds love adventure, then this Pineapple and Raisin Chutney will be a perfect treat for them!
With the crispy, tangy taste of pineapples and the aesthetic sweetness of raisins, perked up by the exhilarating aroma of whole spices, this chutney serves as a vibrant
20 Aug 13
Dry Masala Powder ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
Tat the heart of mumbai’s roadside snack culture is the dry masala powder, a savoury combination of pepper, cumin seeds and cloves. In reality, it is the black salt that breathes life into these spices, as it enhances the pungency and gives the aroma and flavour typical of chaats.
08 Mar 16
Radish Chutney, Mooli Ki Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Radish has a lingering flavour similar to other pungent ingredients like onion, ginger and garlic, but is surprisingly not commonly used to make chutneys. Here, radish is combined with flavourful mint and coriander, and tangy curds, to make a chutney that is well-balanced in flavour, colour and text ....
14 May 15
Til Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Just a little bit of til is enough to elevate the aroma and flavour of any dish, so you can imagine just how tempting this Til Chutney would be. Made with a combination of roasted sesame seeds, garlic and mild spices, this chutney will increase the appeal of any dish it is served with to an irresist ....
20 Aug 13
Green Chutney ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Chaat without green chutney? Never! One of the most important ingredients used by Mumbai’s street-food vendors, the Green Chutney is used not just in the preparation of chaat but also in various other exciting dishes like vada pav and sandwiches too. You can even serve it as an off-beat dip for chip ....
23 Mar 13
Green Paste by Tarla Dalal
This spicy and thick Green Paste adds a wonderful flavour to curries and pulaos. It has a striking flavour of coriander and mint, balanced by the team work of poha and grated coconut. This innovative twist reduces the amount of coconut used and totally removes peanut from the scene, thereby reducing ....
23 Nov 15
Healthy Green Chutney ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking) by Tarla Dalal
A great accompaniment for any starter or farsan, this green chutney is laden with potent antioxidants that fight free radicals. Perk up the taste of snacks like Chola Dal Panki or Moong Dal Dhoklas with this yummy chutney.
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